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    • Injured Florida Man Files New Takata Airbag Lawsuit

      Injured Florida Man Files New Takata Airbag Lawsuit

      Another plaintiff has filed a Takata airbag lawsuit in Florida. Like other plaintiffs involved in this litigation, he claims that he suffered from serious injuries when his airbag failed to deploy properly, and instead exploded and sent metal shrapnel into […]

    • Ohio Industrial Parts Manufacturer Cited for Safety Violations

      Ohio Industrial Parts Manufacturer Cited for Safety Violations

      Ohio railroad parts manufacturer SanCasT Inc. was recently cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) for safety violations related to employee safety. The company was found to be exposing workers to machine and fall hazards at its Coshocton […]

    • FDA Warning: Pentax Duodenoscope May Lead to Infection

      FDA Warning: Pentax Duodenoscope May Lead to Infection

      About a year ago, the FDA announced that Olympus America was recalling their TJF-Q180V duodenoscope to update it with new design and labeling modifications. This was to help reduce the risk of antibiotic-resistant infections that have been linked to the […]

    • NHTSA Steps Up Efforts to Block Drunk-Drivers from Starting a Car

      NHTSA Steps Up Efforts to Block Drunk-Drivers from Starting a Car

      The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants to do more to prevent drunk drivers from causing accidents on the highway. With over 10,000 people killed every year, they are pushing for the development and implementation of “Driver Alcohol Detection […]

    • Who Would Be Liable for Self-Driving Car Accidents in Ohio?

      Who Would Be Liable for Self-Driving Car Accidents in Ohio?

      In November 2016, Ohio Governor John Kasich announced a $15 million investment in 35-mile stretch of road, dubbed the “Smart Mobility Corridor,” for the testing of self-driving vehicles. It goes between Dublin and East Liberty, and is the location for […]

    • Taking Precautions Around Big Trucks Can Reduce Risk of Crashes

      Taking Precautions Around Big Trucks Can Reduce Risk of Crashes

      The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) reports that in 2014, nearly 4,000 large trucks and buses were involved in fatal crashes. Between 2009 and 2014, there has been an increase in the number of injury crashes involving large trucks […]

    • Traffic Fatality Rates Increase in 2016— NHTSA Calls for Solutions

      Traffic Fatality Rates Increase in 2016— NHTSA Calls for Solutions

      More people are dying on our highways and roadways. That’s according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). They released their most recent issue of “Traffic Safety Facts” in October 2016, in which they noted that the number of […]

    • Helping Volunteers to Supply Care at the End of Life

      Helping Volunteers to Supply Care at the End of Life

      Western medicine can do miraculous things, but sometimes, an illness or serious health condition can’t be fixed. While family members do all they can to make a loved one comfortable, it’s a difficult time for everyone—a time when support and […]

    • Chaffin Luhana Helps Wounded Warriors Get Back on Their Feet

      Chaffin Luhana Helps Wounded Warriors Get Back on Their Feet

      Military service often runs in families. Surveys suggest that as many as 80 percent of those who serve come from a family in which a parent or sibling is also in the military. Such is the case for Chaffin Luhana LLP […]

    • Fisher House Provides a Place for Military Families to Stay

      Fisher House Provides a Place for Military Families to Stay

      Being in the hospital is no fun for anyone, but it can be especially difficult for returning veterans and active duty military personnel, especially if they have to undergo extensive treatment. Their families, too, often face a number of challenges, […]