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If you have suffered an injury and are considering a lawsuit, one important factor to consider is the statute of limitations. If you do not file your lawsuit within tRead More..
A lot more people are home safe and sound with their families this Christmas than in previous years. Although in the first half of the year, traffic fatalities in OhioRead More..
Ohio’s wrongful death laws allow for the recovery of several types of damages in the event you lose a loved one due to the negligence of another person. In thisRead More..
In September 2007, a 49-year old police officer began pursuing a speeding motorist when his Ford Crown Victoria began hydroplaning out of control. It spun around and the rear ofRead More..
When a new development project is being planned, an essential component of the planning is to determine whether the development will adversely affect the residents and businesses of the areaRead More..
Back in March 2007, a chartered bus was traveling in an HOV lane on I-75 SB. On board were 33 members of Ohio’s Bluffton University baseball team, traveling to FloridaRead More..
On Saturday, a car accident led to a chain reaction of accidents that stalled traffic on I-70 in Springfield, Ohio, and sent several people to the hospital. However, although thrRead More..
PPIs, proton pump inhibitors, are a class of heartburn medications that includes Pilosec, Nexium, Prevacid, Protonix, and others. These medications are becoming increasingly common for controlling the frequency and intensityRead More..
Last month, we talked about the issue of unnecessary stenting, a form of medical malpractice that compensates doctors well for putting patients’ lives at risk. Now, the Senate Finance CommittRead More..
Since 2009, there has been a rising concern that doctors nationwide are performing unnecessary stent procedures. Stents are small mesh tubes that are used to keep narrowed blood vessels openRead More..
On November 19, the FDA finally announced Xanodyne Pharmaceuticals had decided to voluntarily withdraw Darvon and Darvocet (Darvon plus acetaminophen). Studies have shown that even small doses Darvon and DarvocetRead More..