Motorcycles and head injuries, unfortunately, seem to go hand in hand. Earlier this month, a motorcyclist suffered a head injury as a result of an accident on an Ohio interstate.
Certain factors in trucks accidents can make these accidents truly devastating. A recent truck accident near the Fairfield and Pickaway County line in Ohio left two people in critical condition. The incident occurred earlier this month when a minivan collided with a tree-trimming truck at the intersection of Ohio 188 and Ohio 674.
A workplace injury can be devastating. Ohio workers who are injured on the job are usually entitled to workers' compensation benefits. If workers are injured by a non-coworker, though, they may be entitled to file a third-party claim. Through a third-party claim, workers may be able to recover money for lost wages, medical treatment and pain and suffering.
Trucks and semi-trailers are faster and heavier than most cars on the road, and these factors make truck accidents especially dangerous. Even minor accidents with vehicles of this size can cause devastating injuries or death.
The following cases are currently pending in the Ohio Supreme Court because the Court agreed to review the decisions of the Ohio Courts of Appeals in those cases. In Ohio, the Supreme Court, for the most part, has the discretion to decide whether to review a decision of an Ohio Court of Appeals, such that it does not hear that many cases and very few Ohio attorneys are experienced with practice in the Ohio Supreme Court. The Ohio Supreme Court has recently agreed to review the following decisions (this list will be updated on a monthly basis):