It has been a winter of treacherous road conditions in Ohio and the rest of the Midwest and East. Ohioans who have driven on the Pennsylvania Turnpike know that it is a major route for commercial trucks. On Valentine’s Day, the icy, snowy conditions led to two multi-vehicle collisions that
On February 11th, a woman received the maximum sentence allowed for a drunk driving accident that killed local Ohio lawyer, Annie Rooney. Drunk at the time and with high levels of marijuana in her system, the driver left a bar last July and ran three stoplights before eventually crossing Rt.
For Ohio physicians and facilities, many procedures are considered simple or routine. The same is true across the country, and patients often have less stress with such procedures as they trust in the fact that their physician and medical team has performed the procedure many times successfully. Sometimes, issues occur
A 20-year-old man from Amanda, Ohio, died in a late afternoon single vehicle crash. He was riding in a car driven by a male friend. The driver apparently suffered a loss of control over his car, a Ford Thunderbird, which was rounding a curve in close proximity to the 6500
In Ohio, medical negligence is taken seriously. If you have lost a loved one due to medical malpractice, it’s important that you know you’re not alone in this trying time. There are steps you can take to make sure this won’t happen to anyone else, and you may be able
Every person should be able to trust that medical care being provided to them is done in a professional, expert and safe way. Residents in Franklin, Ohio, would demand this type of medical treatment. Even those in prison should be able to trust health care professionals providing medication or treatment.
Anytime an individual submits to medical procedures, he or she is putting a lot of trust and faith in medical staff. During a pregnancy, the mother is trusting both her own safety and that of her unborn child to doctors, nurses and others. After the death of their days-old child,
When you or a loved one visits a doctor or hospital for care, you expect to receive the best treatment possible. Sadly, that doesn’t always happen. One Ohio woman is suing the Cleveland Clinic, the North Ohio Heart Center and a doctor for the death of her husband. She claims
Accidents happen and sometimes injuries result. However, when a hospital visit for appendicitis gives a 6-year-old girl a fatal brain injury, negligence is one of the words commonly used. Ohio readers may have heard of this shocking story that begins in the Dominican Republic. The family was on vacation when
A head-on crash between an SUV and a Jeep in Columbiana County, Ohio, resulted in the tragic death of three occupants of the SUV. The decedents included two volunteer firefighters, a 39-year-old man and his 27-year-old wife, as well as an 11-year-old girl riding as a passenger in their vehicle.