April 2018 Archives

Driving without distractions: How to avoid them

Cleveland area drivers must remain alert when they are in the driver’s seat. They need to be able to spot hazards, make split-second decisions and use the right driving behaviors to avoid them. When they become distracted, they may never see the vehicle in front, or at least not in time to hit the brakes. These types of crashes often cause life-threatening injuries, such as fractures, internal hemorrhaging, brain damage and spinal cord trauma. There is also a higher risk of death. 

Court to decide if college concussion lawsuit can continue

The Ohio state Supreme Court will decide whether a widow can proceed with a lawsuit over claims that her husband suffered catastrophic injuries while playing football for Notre Dame in the 1970s. The former player was suffering from dementia and the early onset of Alzheimer's when he filed a lawsuit with his wife in Ohio in October of 2014. They named Notre Dame and the NCAA as defendants and claimed that these institutions displayed reckless disregard for the safety of football players by not educating and protecting players from concussions.

Loss of embryos leads to lawsuits

Changing technology can complicate negligence lawsuits. For instance, in a recent situation, Ohio courts will need to rule on whether the destruction of thousands of eggs and embryos at University Hospitals is a personal negligence or medical malpractice case, which can limit the award of extra punitive damages.

First autonomous car death lawsuit settled

It may be only a matter of time until autonomous vehicles, currently under development, are on Ohio's roads. Wrongful death cases involving last month's first fatal self-driving vehicle crash poses new legal questions for motorists and pedestrians across the country concerning this new technology.


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