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Ordered medical tests not done can result in a medical mistake

When a person goes to a medical facility in Ohio for tests, he or she expects that the recommended tests will be done. On occasion, other tests may be suggested, and the patient typically signs a form allowing for the test. Failure to perform recommended tests could result in a medical mistake being made. Such is the case of a gentleman who was recommended to have an HIV test done. He was experiencing facial paralysis and was considered at high risk for HIV as he was gay and had worked as a paramedic.

A young man's death blamed on a defective product

July 4 is rapidly approaching and it brings with it thoughts of all things American -- hot dogs, apple pie and sports. Few will argue that youth sports are not beneficial to young people. Participation in sports in Ohio teaches teamwork, good sportsmanship and perseverance. None of this should happen at the cost of a child's safety. A recent case charges that a defective product was at fault in one such instance.

A life cut short by a drunk driving accident

Pedestrians venture out of their homes in Ohio to run errands, go to work or maybe even just take a walk. No one suspects it will be the last thing the person does. A drunk driver can change the outcome of an errand, a day at work, or a walk in an instant as the result of a drunk driving accident.

An ice cream truck involved in a fatal car crash

When one thinks of ice cream trucks and children in Ohio one envisions laughter, smiling faces and cold, sweet ice cream. One does not envision the sounds of a car crash, whirring Life Flight helicopters and ambulance sirens blaring. But that was the situation in a tragic crash near Huber Heights.

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