Cerebral palsy (CP) is considered the most common motor disability in children, with about one in 323 children identified with CP. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates around 10,000 infants are born with CP each year.
Every Ohio business owner needs to understand premises liability, the responsibility of an organization and its leadership to people who come onto the property. Accidents happen, of course. When winter hits, snow and ice are the norm, creating dangerous sidewalks and entryways. In the summer, heavy rain can have your customers trudging water in with dripping umbrellas and wet shoes.
“One can never be too prepared.” This saying is true for numerous situations, especially when it comes to emergencies. During June, Ohio residents may consider several safety topics and make plans as to how they will avoid problems or deal with them if troubles arise.
When you take to the Ohio roadway this summer, you may notice that there are far more teen drivers sharing the road with you than there typically are during the school year. Because teen drivers are generally much more inexperienced than other drivers, this can be a dangerous time for people across all age groups to be on the road. At Klein & Carney Co., L.P.A., we recognize the increased danger motorists face during what has been dubbed driving's "100 deadliest days," and we have helped many motorists who suffered injury because of other drivers' actions seek appropriate recourse.
If you have ever driven down the road in Ohio and noticed how many other motorists are using phones, eating, or otherwise multitasking while at the vehicle controls, you may have some idea about the severity of the state's distracted driving problem. At Klein & Carney Co., L.P.A., we have seen firsthand the devastation that can result when drivers fail to follow the rules of the road, and we have helped many people who suffered injury or hardship because of distracted drivers pursue appropriate recourse.