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The Fight to Hold the Military Accountable for Medical Malpractice

The Feres Doctrine is an injustice that has limited the ability of military service members to bring medical malpractice claims for years. Established in 1950 by the U.S. Supreme Court,…

Children Can be Killed by Defective Furniture

Hazards lurk everywhere—even in our homes. According to statistics kept by the U.S. Consumer & Product Safety Commission (CPSC), one child dies every two weeks after a television, appliance, or…

Broken Glass Injuries

During serious collisions, the windshield is one of the first things to break. In an effort to counter this, vehicle manufacturers began putting lamination made of an automotive grade urethane…

The Dangers of Cargo Spills

Late last month, part of Interstate 77 was closed for eight hours after a collision caused by a wrong way driver caused a nearby fuel truck to swerve off of…

Collecting Compensation for Injuries Sustained in a Dooring Accident

Although Ohio bicyclists are not banned from using sidewalks under state law,, many voluntarily choose to utilize bike lanes or are required to do so by a local city ordinance.…

Family sues police over excessive use of force

A family whose son was killed during a police stop has filed a civil lawsuit against the city, police department and the officer involved in the stop. The family's allegation…


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