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February 2018 Archives

When a medical mistake results in catastrophe

When a loved one is seriously ill in Ohio or anywhere else, the family will trust the advice of the people they believe to be the experts: the hospitals and doctors. This could hold true particularly when a child is involved. The family is consumed with worry and the need to help each other through the crisis. They trust the medical professionals to do the best for their sick child. A medical mistake would not be at the forefront of their minds.

A Night Out Ends in a Fatal Car Accident

A fun night out with friends gone terribly wrong.  No one wants to think of this happening, but unfortunately, it can happen in the blink of an eye.  A driver is distracted for an instant. That is all it takes for a night out with friends to become a life-changing tragedy caused by a car accident.

Medical malpractice claims re lack of informed consent

Ohio residents who have medical problems would naturally expect their physicians to provide a high degree of care. A patient is entitled to be informed of the diagnosis of his or her condition, what the recommended treatment will involve and whether any risks exist. A doctor must also notify the patient of alternative therapies and their risks, along with the potential consequences if the patient chooses to take no action. Failure to ensure that a patient understands this information could lead to a medical malpractice claim.

Slip-and-fall in bar and grill leads to premises liability claim

Owners of restaurants and bars in Ohio must maintain safe and secure premises. Neglecting important safety practices such as cleaning wet spills immediately and also putting out warning signs can lead to slip-and-fall accidents -- often causing severe injuries. A restaurant in another state is facing the consequences of alleged negligence after a patron filed a premises liability lawsuit against the business owner.

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