Posts tagged "Wrongful Death"

Unsafe employers cited in report

A death at an Ohio company put it on a list of employers in this country who placed employees and communities at risk through their unsafe practices, according to the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health private safety advocacy coalition. A fatal workplace accident is often the basis of a wrongful death lawsuit.

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.

Underage bartending leads to wrongful death lawsuit

Social hosts, in addition to bars and restaurants, may be held legally responsible in Ohio for injuries caused by serving alcohol to minors or intoxicated guests. In a recent case, the father of a 19-year-old who was killed in a drunk driving car crash filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the party host who hired her as a bartender at his private party.

Feds reverse vehicle safety rules

The federal government has implemented numerous regulations following a fatal truck or car crash and other deadly accidents. However, the U.S. Department of Transportation has withdrawn, repealed or delayed implementation of at least 12 transportation safety rules since the beginning of 2017 designed to prevent accidents that lead to wrongful death in Ohio and across the nation.

Settlement releases state from amusement ride case

Amusement parks are usually a fun escape from daily life. Negligence or unsafe equipment, however, can lead to injury and death in this unlikely venue. A partial settlement with the State of Ohio over the wrongful death of an amusement park rider and seven other injured riders is a reminder of the risks posed by unsafe amusements.

Chili eating blamed for pedestrian death

A recently filed wrongful death and negligence lawsuit seeks to hold a bus driver liable for the death and injury of pedestrians in 2016 because he allegedly looked away from the road to throw away a chili container. The plaintiffs also charged that this was the driver's fortieth vehicle accident since joining the Southwest Regional Transit Authority in 2006.

School buses lack safety belts

Ohio lacks any requirements for seat belts on school buses, even though one proponent argued that wrongful death and personal injury verdict awards would drop. More importantly, there are six child fatalities in this country each year, while 7,000 children also suffered injuries in school bus accidents.

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