Cooper Elliott Blog tag: wrongful death

Catching Up with CSI: Medically Demonstrative Technology

Personal Injury| December 16, 2016

We have tried many personal injury and wrongful death cases over the years, and there have been plenty of instances where we’ve asked medical experts to testify about what did or didn’t happen to the plaintiff. Jurors have enough information to process throughout a trial as it is, and expecting them to comprehend in just …

Continue reading “Catching Up with CSI: Medically Demonstrative Technology”

Positioning the Jury as the Protagonist

For BusinessesFor Individuals| February 16, 2016

For personal injury and wrongful death attorneys, clear, effective communication is a vital element of any successful case. A key theme we’ve discussed before is how good communication with our clients enables us to seek justice and healing on their behalf. In this post, we’re going to examine effective communication from another perspective: that of …

Continue reading “Positioning the Jury as the Protagonist”

A Wrongful Death Illustrates the Importance of Caring for Our Independent Seniors

For Individuals| December 7, 2015

Societies have long wrestled with how to best care for senior citizens, but we are truly headed into uncharted territory as the Baby Boomer generation gets old. The largest generation in American history will also be the longest-lived—and they’re approaching their retirement years. For many, this may entail finding living arrangements that will provide varying …

Continue reading “A Wrongful Death Illustrates the Importance of Caring for Our Independent Seniors”

Ohio Malpractice Attorneys Hold Hospital Accountable for Wrongful Death

For Individuals| October 6, 2015

A “DNR,” or do not resuscitate order, is an advance directive used by hospitals to signify a patient’s desire to pass away without lifesaving intervention in the event that their heart stops or they stop breathing. These are typically used by patients who suffer from a terminal illness or other serious medical condition. It is …

Continue reading “Ohio Malpractice Attorneys Hold Hospital Accountable for Wrongful Death”

Skip to content