Motorcyclists are at greater risk of serious injury and death than occupants of passenger vehicles such as cars and light trucks. That probably comes as no surprise, given how exposed a biker is compared with someone riding in a … [Read more...] about Single Motorcycle Crashes: Who’s to Blame?
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Medical malpractice claims are based in negligence, like personal injury claims. To prove negligence, the plaintiff must show that: The defendant had a duty of care; The defendant breached (or failed to fulfill) that duty; … [Read more...] about Medical Malpractice and the Standard of Care
Liability waivers got a lot of attention last summer and fall, as businesses and other organizations started rolling out “Covid waivers.” Even the President of the United States asked attendees at his campaign rallies to sign a … [Read more...] about Are Liability Waivers Valid in Ohio?
Large trucks present special dangers on the road. They’re harder to maneuver, take longer to stop, and have larger blind spots than passenger vehicles. And because they are so much larger and heavier than cars and SUVs, they’re … [Read more...] about The Danger of Ohio Tanker Truck Accidents
For most injured Ohio workers, workers’ compensation is the first--and perhaps only--source of compensation. That’s because in Ohio, workers’ compensation is an exclusive remedy. That means an employee injured on the job typically … [Read more...] about Injured on the Job in Ohio: Now What?
You’ve undoubtedly seen public service announcements, signage, and other warnings about slowing down and being alert when driving in work zones to avoid injuring or killing road workers. Still, between 2016 and early May of 2021, … [Read more...] about Ohio Work Zone Accidents: Statistics & Liability