June 2018 Archives

Surveillance cameras in nursing home rooms

In many cases, nursing home neglect and abuse takes place behind closed doors and without corroborating witnesses. Some states have laws allowing surveillance cameras in residents' rooms to prevent this. In Ohio and other states, however, there may be legal issues with utilizing these cameras.

Government considers stronger bus restraints

Almost 500,000 buses in this country transport over 25 million students to and from school daily, according to the National Transportation Safety Board. However, the NTSB has criticized the lack of safety requirements and has recommended 3-point seatbelts. Failure to equip bus with seat belts led to student fatalities and could be the basis of wrongful death actions until buses are properly equipped.

Safety measures for trampolines

Trampolines can be a source of serious injury for children, more so than playground equipment. Look at the numbers: The Consumer Product Safety Commission reported 80,831 emergency room visits in 2016 due to playground accidents. In comparison, 103,512 ER visits were reported for trampoline accidents, and it is safe to assume that children spend more time on playground equipment than on trampolines, which are fewer in number and less accessible.

Bounce house fun can end dangerously

A bounce house that allows children to jump and cavort on an inflatable platform has become a fixture at birthday parties and picnics in this country. However, there were injuries every day involving these attractions, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. Some of these have involved catastrophic injuries.

Helmet maker sued for alleged football death

Protective gear, such as football helmets, may not prevent catastrophic injuries despite assurances from manufacturers and athletic teams. A father in Ohio is believed to be the first person to sue a helmet maker for fatal head injuries his son suffered when playing football.

Surgical mistakes are a common form of medical malpractice

Ohio residents undergo surgical procedures for a number of reasons. While some are subjected to operations in order to save them from life-threatening conditions, others have elective surgeries to fix issues that they perceive in their own bodies. All surgeries introduce serious risks into the lives of those who endure them and it is an unfortunate fact that many surgical mistakes happen to Americans each and every year.


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