All car accidents have the potential to end in tragedies, leaving family members of the victims distraught. In addition to the emotional toll, car accidents can have serious financial implications for victims or the families of fatally injured victims. One recent car accident in Ohio has left five families wishing they could turn back time.
If you or someone you love suffered unnecessarily due to a doctor error, you have legal options under Ohio law. Doctor errors are often cited in medical malpractice suits in the state, along with errors made by other medical professionals, such as nurses and pharmacists. At the law firm of Colley Shroyer & Abraham, we have years of experience helping victims of doctor errors pursue compensation via medical malpractice suits, and we can help you as well.
People throughout Ohio enjoy a variety of recreational activities throughout the year. For hiking, riding horses and hunting, thousands of landowners give permission to others to enjoy recreation on their properties. Unfortunately, sometimes a recreational user will suffer an injury on dangerous property, leaving the landowner worried about liability and the victim worried about related medical bills and lost wages. So, when are landowners liable and when can recreational users seek compensation?
In the state of Ohio, all victims whose injuries resulted from others' negligent acts have rights. These rights extend to those who were injured by drunk drivers, as drunk driving is considered a form of negligence. If you are an injured victim of a drunk driving accident that occurred on an Ohio roadway, help is available at the law firm of Colley Shroyer Abraham.