Tragic story yesterday of two employees that were run down yesterday at Children’s Hospital in Columbus. So why would Ohio law treat these two people – both injured in the same incident – differently from one another?
One of the men was unfortunately killed in the wreck, while the other survived. Ohio law places a limit or “cap” on the value of the injured man’s pain while not limiting the intangible losses to the family of the other. I thought that was up to the jury to decide, not the politicians?
What does this mean to you:
The law is constantly changing, for better or for worse. Make sure you understand the current law under which any potential claims are brought, as it may be different for different people at different times.