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Last night, a construction worker was killed in a car accident as he was participating in overnight work on Interstate 271 in Summit County, Ohio. According to the Ohio HighwayRead More..
The increased car accident fatality rate continues to be led by rural accidents, such as the one at the intersection of Rts. 37 and 257 west of Delaware, north ofRead More..
Last month, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) released new guidelines for restricting the hours worked by resident physicians, but these rules fail to meet benchmarks suggested byRead More..
Yesterday, a large assembly of drug experts met in an FDA advisory panel to decide whether to recommend that the type 2 diabetes drug Avandia should be pulled because ofRead More..
Last night Hamilton County’s sheriff’s deputies were informed that a 3-year-old was removed from a swimming pool after having been underwater for an unknown amount of time. The Cincinnati-area boyRead More..
According to statistics released this week by the Ohio State Patrol, fatal traffic crashes increased in the first half of 2010, bucking the trend of decreasing auto accident deaths. AccordingRead More..
Three studies were published this week on GlaxoSmithKline’s blockbuster diabetes drug Avandia (rosiglitazone). Two of the studies show that Avandia (rosiglitazone) is a dangerous drug that increases the risk ofRead More..
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has targeted distracted driving as its next major initiative to reduce deadly and injurious car accidents. Mostly, they are focusing on cell phonesRead More..
Conventional wisdom is that teens are more likely to engage in irresponsible behavior when driving, which can lead to car accidents and serious personal injury. However, a recent study publishedRead More..
This Tuesday, June 15th is the 5th Annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. This holiday is intended to make people aware of the epidemic of elder abuse and prevention strategiesRead More..
Workers’ compensation in Ohio is different from most other states. In Ohio, being an employee does not categorically prevent you from filing a personal injury lawsuit against your employer. HoweverRead More..