It is important to know who is the Supplier because Ohio Revised Code 2307.78 establishes the liability of a Supplier in product liability claims.
This post will discuss investigating a subrogation claim involving Ohio Animal Liability and how to prevail against the owner and/or keeper of the animal.
A police report is inadmissible (aka hearsay) unless it meets one of the exceptions enumerated in the rules of evidence. Let's discuss what that means referencing automobile accidents, as most car accidents that end up in litigation are disputed liability.
Under Ohio’s negligent entrustment statute, codified at Revised Code Section 4511.203, the owner of a motor vehicle may face both criminal penalties and civil liability when he or she entrusts a vehicle to another when the owner knows or reasonably should know...
In Indiana, areas that were once considered rural are experiencing population growth as urban boundaries expand. This can lead to a clash between rural and urban lifestyles. For example, as traffic increases on rural roads, there is increased potential for motor vehicle accidents involving livestock.
Effective April 9, 2003, Am. Sub. S.B. 120 renumbered, repealed, and revised the existing Ohio Revised Code sections dealing with contributory fault, rights of contribution and related Code provisions.
In this article, we'll explore the minimum liability policy limits in Illinois and what they may mean for your auto file.
Parental liability is an important public policy consideration in Ohio. The parents of minor children are subject to liability for the acts of their children in a number of circumstances. In this article, we’ll discuss why the parent may be liable for acts involving property damage, theft, and motor vehicles.
Since the turn of the century, Amazon has become the most obvious thorn in the side of subrogated insurers. In the past twenty years, the online retailer has exploded in both popularity and revenue with a significant percentage of its revenue coming from the Amazon Seller Marketplace. Erie v. Amazon...
Ohio Revised Code 955.28 covers the liability of a dog owner. Our Columbus, Ohio office has had many cases where a dog gets loose, runs into the street, and causes a vehicle to strike the dog or swerve to miss the dog and strike other property (e.g., another vehicle, fence,...