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How to prove a medical malpractice case in Ohio

The following is an excerpt from a legal brief file by the Robenalt Law firm that sets forth what evidence is required to prove a medical negligence action against a doctor, physician or hospital: In a medical malpractice case, it is entirely imprope… Read More
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Categories: Medical Malpractice
Injuries from Being Hit by a Car

Injuries from Being Hit by a Car

At Robenalt Law, we view pedestrians and bicyclists as having the right of way, and that most accidents between cars or trucks and pedestrians or cyclists will ultimately result in a finding of liability against the driver. Motorists always have to b… Read More
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Ohio Traumatic Brain Injuries and Issues Affecting Compensation

Traumatic brain injury is often misunderstood by the public. To compound the confusion, physicians may describe traumatic brain injury differently. Some doctors describe it as concussion, post concussive syndrome, severe concussion, and in elderly pa… Read More
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Boeing Lawsuit - toxic fumes on aircrafts may cause serious injuries

NBC news has reported the filing of a lawsuit against Boeing Aircraft related to several flight attendants who claim that they have suffered permanent injuries after inhaling toxic fumes while on flights they have worked. The product liability lawsui… Read More
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Categories: Product Liability

Lumber Liquidators Flooring — Dangerous Levels of Formaldehyde and False Labeling

Lumber Liquidators has faced continued investigation since 2013. However, the company came under more fire when CBS aired a 60 Minutes episode showing that Lumber Liquidators’ laminate flooring made in China contained unacceptable and dangerous lev… Read More
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Categories: Product Liability

Takata Airbag Expanded Recall Notice

The LA Times reported this week that Japanese auto supplier Takata Corporation has issued a recall of airbags installed in 34 million vehicles. The NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION secretary Anthony Foxx reported that “lives are… Read More
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Wells Fargo Bankers Accused of Fraudulent Behavior

The Los Angeles Times reports that Wells Fargo has been sued by the city of Los Angeles for alleged fraudulent activity of bank managers who encouraged bank employees to open “ghost accounts” and other unnecessary accounts to drive fee in… Read More
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Categories: Other News

Takeda Pharmaceutical agrees to settlement in lawsuit related to the drug Actos

The New York Times reported today that Takeda Pharmaceutical announced this week that it has agreed to pay $2.4 billion to settle most of the product liability lawsuits related to the drug Actos, a diabetes drug. While the manufacturer continues to d… Read More
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Categories: Product Liability

In Ohio can a claim against your auto insurance when you are not at fault raise the premium?

Can a claim against your own auto insurance policy in Ohio result in the insurance company increasing your premiums or dropping you as an insured if you are not at fault for the accident? Ohio law is very clear that an insurance company cannot raise… Read More
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General Motors Recalls Millions of Vehicles for Ignition Switch Issues — Settlements Increase as Crash Victim Claims Pile Up

In February 2014, General Motors notified the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) of a voluntary recall of several models of GM vehicles related to an ignition switch product defect. The NHTSA classified the recall as a serious s… Read More
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