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Addressing financial exploitation concerns in a nursing home

If you have a loved one who resides in a nursing home, you will know that they can be particularly vulnerable to many types of influence. Statistically, elderly people are more vulnerable to being manipulated financially. Sadly, people who are held in high trust can take advantage of their influence on the elderly person and engage in financial exploitation as a result.

Scarring due an animal bite can lead to additional damages

Being attacked by a dog can be a very traumatic experience and one that you might remember for the rest of your life. While the experience might get easier to deal with over time, some animal attack victims, unfortunately, have to deal with scars that do not fade.

Safety practices better at union companies, survey says

Construction workers in Ohio may be concerned about safety risks on the job, especially since construction accidents may cause particularly serious injuries and life-changing disabilities. In many cases, people injured in accidents at a construction job may have difficulty returning to work for a long period of time. According to one study, those construction companies that employ at least some union workers are more likely to abide by best practices for safety and go through training on federal OSHA standards.

How employers can prevent electrical accidents

If you are a worker in Cleveland, you may want to know more about your rights to a safe working environment. Many people do not think so much about workplace safety until they get injured. After an on-the-job injury, it is likely that they will consider how the accident could have been prevented and whether their employer should have done more to protect them.

Am I at fault automatically if I was texting before an accident?

When a car accident occurs in the state of Ohio, one of the first priorities after ensuring the safety of those involved is establishing fault. This can be a very difficult thing to do because there are often many different causal factors that lead up to an event such as a car accident.

Recovery after a dog bite in Ohio

People who own pets in Ohio are strictly liable for damages caused by them. This means that if you are bitten by a dog in Ohio, you may be entitled to damages without having to demonstrate negligence or wrongdoing on the part of the dog owner. Dog bites may result in jagged scars or another disfigurement that could require reconstructive surgery to correct. They also often cause emotional stress or psychological trauma that requires counseling.


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