Chemical Exposure and Contaminated Water from Train Derailment in East Palestine, Ohio
Dead fish. Dead chickens. Plumes of toxic, billowing smoke. A water advisory. Every day, new stories arise about the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, a tiny town with fewer than 5,000 residents on the border of Ohio and Pennsylvania. Every day, we learn more about the effects of vinyl chloride gas on our air,…Read More
Studies Show That Traumatic Brain Injury Is a Chronic Disease
Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are caused by many different types of Columbus accidents that exert some type of force on the head, brain, or skull. Some of the accidents that cause traumatic brain injuries and head trauma include car accidents, truck accidents, slip and fall accidents, and assaults. A concussion is a common type of…Read More
Why You May Need an Injury Lawyer After a Columbus House Fire
Most house fires in Columbus, OH—and the rest of the United States—are completely unexpected and accidental. In fact, the U.S. Fire Administration did a study which found that 50.2% of house fires started simply from cooking. In 2019, there were 1,291,500 fires that caused 16,600 people to be injured and 3,704 to be killed. The…Read More
Do I Have a Claim if I’m Injured in an Ambulance Transport Service Accident?
Many patients use non-emergency medical services to arrange trips to and from a hospital, an ambulatory surgical center, a doctor’s office, a physical therapist’s office, or other medical provider locations. Some of the services are managed by the health provider’s offices. Other ride services are offered by Medicaid or other organizations. While these ride services…Read More