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Should You Get a Second Opinion?

Receiving news that you have a serious of  life-threatening medical condition can be devastating, and you may be curious whether it’s worth getting a second medical opinion from a different doctor. Read More
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Categories: Medical Malpractice
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Cuyahoga County Over-bills Thousands of People on their Property Taxes

The Robenalt Law Firm was recently featured on WKYC-TV to discuss the class action case they filed against Cuyahoga County for the thousands of people they over-billed on their property taxes. Just after the housing market crashed, people were billed… Read More
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Categories: Other News
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Using OBRA Regulations in a Nursing Home Negligence Case

While medical malpractice cases and nursing home negligence cases share a number of similarities - both are often subject to a 1-year statute of limitations, or 2 years in the event of wrongful death, both often require expert medical testimony, and… Read More
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Trucker Shortage Makes Driving Hazardous

Truck drivers’ wages have been steadily increasing, and it appears this trend will continue through 2019. Nevertheless, the trucking industry continues to face a shortage of drivers. This is in part due to the fact that truck drivers often work lon… Read More
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Injuries from Falls After Surgery

Falls after surgery are not uncommon. In fact, falls are the leading cause of patient injuries in hospitals today. Every year, between 700,000 and 1 million people fall in a hospital. Between 30% and 51% of those people suffer injuries. Some of these… Read More
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Truck Accidents in Bad Weather

When winter hits, or when summer downpours occur, driving in Northeast Ohio can become difficult. This is especially true for people who drive large commercial vehicles like semi-trucks, 18-wheelers, buses, and heavy construction equipment. Read More
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Informed Consent Medical Malpractice

Informed consent is the process by which patients receive information and ask questions so that they can make well-considered decisions about their medical care and treatment. The cornerstone of informed consent is communication between a doctor and… Read More
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Categories: Medical Malpractice
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Fighting for People Who Have Suffered Burn Injuries in Ohio

Burn injuries are some of the worst wounds a person can suffer. In addition to physical injuries, burn victims often suffer long-term physical and psychological injuries that can result in overwhelming medical bills and lost wages. Read More
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Categories: Types of Injuries
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State and Federal Laws Protect Residents from Nursing Home Abuse or Neglect

The decision to admit a family member to a nursing home is rarely easy. Even when it’s clearly the right thing to do, deciding to place a loved one in a nursing home is still a difficult and stressful decision to make. Read More
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Tort Reform and Damage Caps in Ohio Medical Malpractice Cases

Medical malpractice lawsuits are complex, expensive, time consuming, emotionally demanding, and high-risk. The legal and medical issues at play are complicated, and an injured person and their family need a medical malpractice lawyer who understands… Read More
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Categories: Medical Malpractice

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