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Lack Of Supervision in Nursing Homes

Wandering: A Real Danger With Alzheimer’s Sufferers Wandering (also known as elopement) is a common behavior for older persons suffering from dementia, sun downers, Lewy body and especially those with Alzheimer’s disease. Wandering/elopement is e… Read More
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Neil Armstrong's family receives $6M in wrongful death settlement

An article in today’s Dayton Daily News reveals that the family of astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, reached a $6 million settlement with Mercy Health-Fairfield Hospital over his wrongful death in 2012. Mr. Armstro… Read More
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Can I sue the military if a military OB/GYN injures my baby?

Traditionally, it has been very difficult to sue the military for injuries suffered while on active duty, even if those injuries were caused by negligence of military doctors. In 1946, Congress enacted the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) which makes i… Read More
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Nursing Home Abuse Not Reported

According to the Associated Press, more than 1 in 4 cases of nursing home abuse are not being reported. A recent government audit of nursing home abuse, conducted by the Health and Human Services inspector general’s office found that Medicare is fa… Read More
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Nursing Home Arbitration Clauses; What you should know before selecting a nursing home

At some point you will be faced with the care of a sick or aging parent. Your mom or dad needs a nursing home and you think you have found a good one. You are handed a stack of paperwork to sign to get them admitted. Hidden in that stack will be a pi… Read More
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Nursing Home Negligence in State-owned Nursing Homes

Nursing home negligence is a major problem in Ohio. With the ever increasing number of Ohioans needing nursing home care, it is important to protect the residents of nursing homes from nursing home negligence. Whether it be nursing home falls, nursin… Read More
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New Law - Passing a bicycle in Ohio

Good news for Ohio bicyclists. The Ohio General Assembly approved House Bill 154 which requires motorists give a three-foot cushion when passing a bicycle in Ohio. Ohio joined the 27 other States in the District of Columbia that have a mandatory mini… Read More
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Nursing Home falls/drops and Hoyer lift injuries

Nursing home residents are often limited in their mobility, and rely on the care and assistance of nursing home staff. One of the most common types of assistive aids in nursing homes is a Hoyer lift. Hoyer lifts are mechanical devices that lift and m… Read More
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Traffic Fatalities spike in Ohio

For almost fifteen years, the estimated number of fatal car accidents on our nation’s highways has been in a slow-but-steady decline. However, an announcement made last week by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) revealed tha… Read More
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Do I have to sign an Arbitration Agreement to get medical care?

SHOULD I SIGN AN ARBITRATION AGREEMENT? No, you should not sign an arbitration agreement with any health care provider. It is becoming more routine practice for health care providers to ask patients to sign an arbitration agreement before receiving m… Read More
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