If you have children, you probably have seen – or let them play on – a bounce house. While you might have seen or heard of the dangers of these inflatables, do you know how to let your kids enjoy them through proper bounce house safety? It’s possible, if you take a few precautions with…

Everyone knows accidents happen. You slip and fall. You get into an auto accident. You get bitten by the neighbor’s dog. It can be hard, however to know if you need to hire a personal injury attorney. If you aren’t a lawyer yourself, it is confusing and sometimes unclear if hiring an attorney after you…

You were driving to work, or school. Just minding your own business, going about your day and then: You were hit by a drunk driving accident. Suddenly, everything has changed. Maybe you are injured. Maybe your car is totaled. It can be hard to know what to do or who to contact after a drunk driving…

If you love to ride motorcycles – especially this time of year, with the crisp fall air and changing leaves – you may think you know the motorcycle helmet laws in Ohio. But if you are new to riding motorcycles, or if you just want to make sure you know the facts, read on. We’re…

E-cigarettes are seen by some people as a way to get nicotine without having to smoke traditional cigarettes which are linked to many forms of cancer.  However, research has linked e-cigarettes to health issues, including a risk for cancer.  In addition, e-cigarettes have also been linked to dangerous explosions, leading to the user suffering serious…

When a person is hurt in a car accident by some problem or defect in a vehicle, he or she may bring a products liability lawsuit against the manufacturer.  If the injured plaintiff can convince the jury that the manufacturer built a car that was unsafe and that a safe design existed, then the plaintiff…

Although our Blog primarily focuses on topics related to personal injury law, we occasionally will feature information that is of general interest to our visitors.  In today’s post, we are examining the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding the Truth In Lending Act’s Right of Rescission. The federal Truth in Lending Act (“TILA”), 15 U.S.C. §1601-1677,…

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