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Blog Posts in December, 2016

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  • New Ohio Law Protects Cyclists
    New Ohio Law Protects Cyclists

    On December 19, 2016, Governor Kasich signed into law HB 154 which requires motorists to leave at least three feet of clearance when passing cyclists on Ohio roadways. Prior to the passage of HB 154, ...

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  • 7 Key Things to Tell Your Personal Injury Attorney
    7 Key Things to Tell Your Personal Injury Attorney

    Being injured at the hands of a negligent party can be a frustrating experience, especially when dealing with the various complexities of your subsequent personal injury claim. While the difficulties ...

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  • Hierarchy in Hospitals Causes Medical Malpractice, Not Prevents It
    Hierarchy in Hospitals Causes Medical Malpractice, Not Prevents It

    Hospitals typically operate under an unofficial hierarchy of medical staff. Surgeons and doctors are placed at the top of the pyramid, with nurses, support staff, clerks, and orderlies down towards ...

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  • Ohio Tort Reform Used to Protect a Rapist
    Ohio Tort Reform Used to Protect a Rapist

    Our blog has dedicated a number of posts to the inherent unfairness created by the damage cap provisions included as part of “tort reform” legislation in the early 2000’s. These limits on noneconomic ...

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  • 8 Million Cuisinart Food Processors Recalled After Blades Chip in Food
    8 Million Cuisinart Food Processors Recalled After Blades Chip in Food

    If you own a Cuisinart food processor that you bought between July 1996 and December 2015, don’t use it until you read this blog. Following a voluntary recall from product manufacturer Conair on ...

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  • Doctors That Cause Medical Malpractice More Likely to Repeat Errors
    Doctors That Cause Medical Malpractice More Likely to Repeat Errors

    By studying thousands medical malpractice settlements that were paid to plaintiffs between 2005 and 2014, the New England Journal of Medicine uncovered one unsettling truth: a slim percentage of ...

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