May 26, 2016

We Are in the Middle of a Public Health Crisis – and Our Doctors Caused It

By |May 26, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

Last month, Marc Pera wrote an article for the Ohio Association for Justice about the dangers of Dilaudid, a common painkiller used in hospitals. He spoke of how deadly the drug could be when patients aren’t monitored correctly, or when doctors do not take the time to ensure the dosages are right. He wrote of [...]

May 17, 2016

Insurance Companies Are So Rich, They Now Gamble with Your Money

By |May 17, 2016|Medical Malpractice|0 Comments

There’s something clearly high risk about the phrase “hedge funds,” especially when you do not work in the world of finance. Of course, knowing the definition doesn’t make it less frightening “a limited partnership of investors that uses high risk methods, such as investing with borrowed money, in hopes of realizing large capital gains.” What [...]

May 10, 2016

Zika Update: Ohio Department of Health Issues Official Warning

By |May 10, 2016|Brain Injury|0 Comments

A special report published in The New England Journal of Medicine in mid-April reviewed the evidence linking the Zika virus and birth defects. Doctors from the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention found that enough evidence exists to conclusively establish that Zika virus does cause birth defects, though further research is required to determine [...]

May 4, 2016

New Justice Program in Kentucky Will Help Prevent Elder Abuse

By |May 4, 2016|Nursing Home Abuse|0 Comments

A lawsuit has been filed in Minneapolis on behalf of a widow suffering from dementia, alleging that her three children defrauded her estate of $24 million. The allegations focus on one son, Troy Engels, who claims the allegations are false and the lawsuit is not in his mother’s best interest because her estate will be [...]