Treating infectious diseases always involves some degree of risk for healthcare workers. But the challenges doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals and staff have faced during the Covid-19 pandemic reach far beyond those … [Read more...] about Covid-19’s Terrible Toll on Nurses
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The recent Covid-19 epidemic has triggered an increased demand for food and grocery delivery. Though many restrictions on Ohio businesses have been lifted, many people remain hesitant to return to indoor dining and grocery stores. … [Read more...] about Delivery Driver Injuries: Who is Responsible?
In most years, about 20 bicyclists are killed on Ohio roads, and fewer than 1,000 are killed nationwide. Those numbers are small compared with other types of traffic fatalities, including pedestrian deaths. Still, motor … [Read more...] about Ohio Bicyclist Deaths are Rare–But the News Isn’t All Good
Though final data isn’t yet available, the Governors Highway Safety Administration (GHSA) is projecting that pedestrian fatalities around the country reached a 30-year high in 2019. GHSA estimates 6,590 pedestrian traffic deaths … [Read more...] about Pedestrian Accident Risk is on the Rise in Ohio
Most people have at least a general idea of how liability works in an Ohio car accident case. A negligent driver who injures you, damages your property, or is responsible for the death of a loved one is generally responsible for … [Read more...] about Injured by a Teen Driver? Here’s What you Need to Know
The movement to legalize recreational use of marijuana in Ohio continues, and voters may be asked to weigh in on a Constitutional amendment in November. Two petitions have been submitted to the Ohio Attorney General’s office this … [Read more...] about Marijuana-Related Car Accidents