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Loss of companionship car accident claims

Losing a loved one due to a car accident is one of the most difficult things that anyone can go through. The surviving spouse of a car accident victim will suffer in many ways because of something that he or she has no control of. He or she will suffer from an emotional perspective, and this is known in formal legal terms as a loss of companionship or loss of consortium. In addition, the surviving spouse may also suffer financially, since he or she no longer has a spouse to support him or her and the rest of the household.

Study finds link between SUVs and pedestrian deaths

In recent years, drivers in Ohio and throughout the country have made SUVs increasingly popular. However, according to a report from the USA Today and the Detroit Free Press, SUVs may be one of the causes of a rising pedestrian death rate. These vehicles weigh more, which means that they have momentum when striking a pedestrian and can cause significant injuries.

Pursuing a wrongful death claim in Ohio

One of the most dangerous activities that we engage in on a day-to-day basis is driving, and tragically thousands of people die each year behind the wheel. While this is an unmistakeable fact, it does not take away the pain and grief that loved ones suffer from losing someone in an accident.

Making a claim for a car accident death

Driving is something that most of us do each day, and we hardly think about the danger that the activity could possibly cause. Tragically, however, car, truck and motorcycle accidents claim many lives each year in the United States. Often, these people were careful drivers who carried out their duty to be safe and responsible drivers, and were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Teen's family sues for medical malpractice after water park death

The worst injury you'd probably expect your teenager to get at a water park might be a bad sunburn. You might even expect a few bruises if there's something like whitewater rafting involved, but overall you'd expect the park to be reasonably safe for its guests.

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