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  • Families of Victims of State Fair Tragedy Preparing for Legal Action
    Families of Victims of State Fair Tragedy Preparing for Legal Action

    On July 26 th , tragedy struck the Ohio State Fair after an amusement park ride failure killed one person and injured seven more. Now, lawyers, including Michael Rourke of Rourke & Blumenthal, have ...

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  • Attorney Mike Rourke Discusses Zero Turn Mower Cases in Recent Podcast
    Attorney Mike Rourke Discusses Zero Turn Mower Cases in Recent Podcast

    In a monthly podcast called Civilly Speaking, presented for the Ohio Association for Justice, Attorney Mike Rourke shares the facts about zero turn mower cases. Often used on golf courses, farms, and ...

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  • Fire Ball Tragedy Makes Unfairness of Ohio Law Clear
    Fire Ball Tragedy Makes Unfairness of Ohio Law Clear

    On August 6, 2017, Netherlands based KMG, the manufacturer of the Fire Ball ride that catastrophically failed, causing a death and several severe injuries, posted on its Facebook page that it has ...

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  • Why Are Mothers in America Dying?
    Why Are Mothers in America Dying?

    As reported by Propublica and NPR, the US has the highest rate of maternal deaths in the developed world and 60% of these deaths are preventable. With Mothers Day just around the corner, these ...

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  • Is Texting & Driving Illegal in Ohio?
    Is Texting & Driving Illegal in Ohio?

    Like other states throughout the nation, Ohio has laws in place that make texting while driving illegal for all ages. Drivers under 18 years old – also known as novice drivers – are prohibited from ...

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  • Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?
    Who Can File a Wrongful Death Claim?

    Wrongful death is one caused by the wrongful act, default, or neglect of another person. According to Ohio law, the “personal representative” of the deceased person’s estate must bring the wrongful ...

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