Monthly Archives: March 2013

Ohio Tort Reform News: Award against Nationwide Insurance Decreased by Tort Reform, Nationwide Wants New Trial

Ohio Tort Reform caps emotional and punitive damage award in case filed by ex-agent against it’s former employer Nationwide Insurance alleging…
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Medical Malpractice Claims News: New Study Reveals Billions at the Heart of Surgical Never Events

A study by John Hopkins involving medical malpractice and ‘never events’ finds thousands of medical malpractice claims occur in operating rooms…
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Tenn Honda Dealer Fined by NHTSA Over Recalled Vehicles

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has fined a Tenn Honda Dealer for allegedly selling hundreds of recalled motorcycles before they…
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Child Safety Restraints Save Lives

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Wright & Schulte LLC want to make parents aware of the significant impact child…
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FDA Issues Z-Pak Safety Warning: Risk of Fatal Heart Rhythm

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued Z-Pak safety warnings for Pfizer’s Z-Pak, Zmax, and Zithromax. Drug giant Pfizer…
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Families in Clyde Ohio Child Cancer Cluster Hire Independent Expert to Search for Cancer Cause

Families in and around the Clyde, Ohio’s child cancer cluster have brought in an independent environmental consultant to investigate possible sources…
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Policies That Impact Teen Driver Safety

Studies show that a driver’s greatest lifetime risk of being involved in a car accident occurs during their first year of…
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Top 10 Causes of Tractor Trailer Accidents

Accident statistics show that tractor trailer accidents occur less often than other types of motor vehicle accidents. Though 18-wheeler accidents are…
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