Personal Injury

15 Jun Memory Loss After a Car Accident: What to Do?

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, there were over 65,067 car accidents in 2018, resulting in 17,853 injuries. Of those injuries, you can be sure that many of them were traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). The CDC reports that car...

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28 Apr Ohio Workers’ Compensation: Vocational Rehab

A work injury can leave you with pain, lost wages, medical bills, and struggling to rebuild your career. The Ohio workers' compensation system can offer relief, but the process can be complex. Mistakes can cost you time, money, and delay...

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29 Mar Ohio Workers’ Compensation: Compensation for PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a debilitating condition that affects approximately 3.5% of Americans. When post-traumatic stress disorder is brought on by the nature of your work or a specific work incident, it is difficult to know what your options are...

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14 Mar Common Birth Injuries

Common Medical Mistakes That Cause Birth Injuries Developments in medical care have decreased perinatal mortality rates or both mothers and babies. As a result, when birth injuries do occur, they are unexpected and devastating for everyone involved. In some situations,...

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30 Dec Ohio DUI Facts You Should Know

There are several misconceptions about the laws and procedures when it comes to being charged with driving under the influence in Ohio. It’s best to know your rights before you’re stopped or pulled over so or can make informed decisions...

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15 Nov Detecting Delayed Injuries after a Sandusky Car Accident

Even a Sandusky car accident that seems minor at the time can result in serious physical injuries. Because you may suffer delayed injuries after a car accident, it is essential that you consult a doctor immediately after a collision as...

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30 Oct Can I Recover Compensation if I Was Partly at Fault for a Car Accident in Ohio?

Ohio law recognizes that we all make mistakes, and sometimes mistakes on the road cause accidents. Under state law, you can be partly at fault for a car accident and still recover damages through an insurance claim or negligence lawsuit....

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