A Downed Powerline Can Kill

Every year in the United States, more than 400 people are killed by electrocution, and more than 4,000 people suffer non-fatal electrical injuries. The most common cause of electrocution death is contact with a downed power line. Death or injury caus… Read More
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The Silent Killer: How Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Occurs in Hotels and Apartments

Carbon monoxide poisoning happens when excess carbon monoxide is in the air and the body replaces oxygen molecules with carbon monoxide. When too much carbon dioxide builds up in the blood, a person can suffer brain damage, permanent disability, and… Read More
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Surgical Errors: What are Examples of Surgical Malpractice?

Surgical errors can have devastating consequences for patients and their families. When things go wrong, sometimes the only way to hold surgeons and their staff responsible for the harm they caused is by proving your case in court. The dedicated surg… Read More
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The Four Elements Needed to Prove Negligence

When an accident causes injuries, you may be entitled to financial compensation. Most claims for personal injuries arise from accidents like a car crash, a truck accident, or medical malpractice. To hold the responsible party liable for the harm they… Read More
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Common Errors that Can Lead to a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

Medical malpractice occurs when a healthcare provider fails to provide reasonable care to a patient, and that failure causes injuries or harm. If you were a victim of medical malpractice, the experienced lawyers at The Robenalt Law Firm, Inc. can hel… Read More
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How a Traumatic Brain Injury Changes Your Life

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) usually results from a violent blow or severe movement to the, often caused by an accident, a fall, or an assault. If you or a loved one has experienced a TBI, it’s imperative to be aware of how it affects every aspec… Read More
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Two Companies Recall Eyedrops Due to Risks of Vision Problems and Injuries

Two more companies have recalled eyedrops in the U.S., affecting thousands of bottles. The eyedrops, distributed by Pharmedica and Apotex, are being voluntarily recalled in consultation with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These announcements… Read More
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How Ohio Law Affects Your Personal Injury Claim

The elements of a personal injury claim are universal in all states. All jurisdictions agree that there must be a duty of care that was breached due to negligence, leading to injuries or damages. However, negligence laws are different across states.… Read More
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Anatomy of an Ohio Personal Injury Claim (Part 2)

If you were injured and someone else was at fault, the personal injury lawyers at Robenalt Law will represent you in negotiations with the other party’s insurance company. We have a proven track record of successfully resolving personal injury case… Read More
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Anatomy of an Ohio Personal Injury Claim (Part 1)

A personal injury claim can arise when a person is hurt and it is someone else’s fault. Personal injury claims commonly arise from incidents involving car accidents, truck accidents, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, and dangerous or defecti… Read More
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