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According to NOLO in their article “Ohio Car Accident Laws,” it is vital to be up-to-date on the latest laws and regulations. “If you’ve been injured and/or incurred significant vehicle damage after any kind of traffic accident in Ohio, there are a few Ohio laws that could have a big impact on any case you […]

As reported by Medical News Today in their article “What to know about birth trauma,” there is a range of severity when it comes to birth trauma and while most are considered minor, it is important to know what is and is not considered a trauma. “Birth trauma is an umbrella term referring to any […]

According to Stanford Medicine in their article “Birth Injuries,” there are various types of injuries that can occur during the birth process. “Sometimes during the birth process, the baby may suffer a physical injury that is simply the result of being born. This is sometimes called birth trauma or birth injury,” Stanford Medicine said. Click […]

As reported by Forbes in their article “What Is Medical Malpractice? Definition & Examples,” medical malpractice is very serious and you should look to an experienced attorney to help navigate the complexities of malpractice law. “If a professional healthcare worker provided you with services that were performed without the required level of skill, they can […]

According to Forbes in their article “Birth Injury Lawsuit Guide 2023,” there are many different types of birth injuries that can occur and it is important you understand your options should this happen to your family. “Labor and delivery affect both mother and child significantly. But birth injuries go beyond typical effects. They are often […]

According to Medical News Today in their article “What is medical malpractice?,” it is important to know what your rights are if you feel you have been mistreated by a medical health professional. “Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare professional neglects to provide appropriate treatment, take appropriate action, or gives substandard treatment that causes harm, […]