On Wednesday, Oct. 24, Elk & Elk Attorney William Price will discuss the ins and outs of negligence cases during an Ohio State Bar Association CLE program. Continue reading “Elk & Elk Attorney William Price to present at Ohio State Bar Association program”
Getting injured while using any product can be frustrating and painful. And it can be easy to blame the item and assume it is defective.
While this can certainly be the case, not all accidents caused by a specific product are the result of a defect. To know if a specific incident could involve a defective item, and therefore could warrant a legal claim, readers should understand what makes a product defective.
Nearly 6 million Americans are Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) drivers, and most of them drive the semi and tractor-trailers you see crisscrossing highways and interstates across the country. For these drivers, who spend days and weeks at a time on the road, it can be challenging to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Numerous studies have linked the driving profession with having some of the highest risk factors for health issues such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, sleep apnea, high blood pressure and obesity.
With low access to dependable healthcare, many drivers may not even be aware of the serious conditions that may be impacting not only their health, but their ability to drive safely.
After you’ve suffered a serious injury, it can be hard to get your mind off the future. Will you be able to go back to work? How will your medical bills get paid? What impact will your injuries have on your loved ones?
Being able to provide a thorough, documented health history can greatly improve the value of your case and help you get your life back on track as you recover. Continue reading “Can your prior health history strengthen your personal injury case?”
To many in Ohio, autumn means changing leaves, and football. Fall is a season of change, as the temperature drops and the heating bill rises.
Unfortunately for motorists, it also means deer are much more active.
How much so?
Your chance of hitting a deer doubles between October and November.
Ohio drivers have a 1 in 134 chance of hitting a deer.
On October 6, a group of 17 friends rented a limousine for a surprise birthday party in upstate New York.
The day was supposed to be a celebration among friends, but it ended tragically. All 17 passengers, the driver, and two pedestrians were killed when the limo ran a stop sign, slammed into a parked vehicle, and crashed into a ditch.
A new study by the Centers For Disease Control And Prevention shows a large disparity between black and Hispanic babies and white babies when it comes to developing certain neonatal health conditions.
Black and Hispanic babies are more likely to be born prematurely than Caucasian babies.
Giving birth is one of the most memorable days in a mother’s life. Unfortunately, sometimes it is memorable for the wrong reasons. Rather than delivering a healthy, happy baby, too many women suffer traumatic deliveries that result in serious injuries to their baby.
For instance, a jury recently awarded a mother nearly $9 million for the damages she and her son suffered during a difficult delivery.