How To Prove Negligence in Birth Injury Cases

April 1st, 2015 | Birth injury

A doctor or medical professional’s negligence is one of the leading causes of birth injury in the United States today. In fact, data from the National Institute of Health shows thousands of infants are harmed as the result of such errors each year. One of the more common errors that occurs is a failure by… Read More

Avoiding Product Liability Concerns Associated With Colored Contacts This Halloween

October 30th, 2014 | Defective product

Halloween is just around the corner and many people are putting the final touches on their costumes. After all, it’s the details that make a costume great! But could part of your costume be putting your health at risk? If you’re using colored contacts to alter the look of your eyes, the answer could be… Read More

Woman Charged In Connection To Ohio Nursing Home Abuse

May 29th, 2013 | Personal injury

May 29, 2013 A 70-year-old Dayton woman is facing charges in connection to a case of Ohio Nursing Home Abuse. Reports indicate the incident occurred in March 2012 at the Arbors at Dayton Subacute and Rehabilitation Center located on Albany Street in Dayton, Ohio. According to an article released by WHIOTV News, the woman was… Read More

Woman Charged In Connection To Ohio Nursing Home Abuse

May 29th, 2013 | Personal injury

May 29, 2013 A 70-year-old Dayton woman is facing charges in connection to a case of Ohio Nursing Home Abuse. Reports indicate the incident occurred in March 2012 at the Arbors at Dayton Subacute and Rehabilitation Center located on Albany Street in Dayton, Ohio. According to an article released by WHIOTV News, the woman was… Read More

New Law Protects Young Ohio Athletes From Brain Injury

April 24th, 2013 | Personal injury

April 24, 2013 New information is shedding light on the serious consequences an Ohio Brain Injury can have on the remainder of a young athlete’s life. Now, officials are taking steps to ensure injured players receive the care they need before returning to the field. According to an article from The News-Messenger, the Ohio High… Read More