When someone dies unexpectedly, there's a natural human inclination to want that person's life -- and death -- to have meaning. People who have never considered the prospect of donating their body parts, including skin, bones, eyes and internal organs after death are often confronted in their loved one's final moments and asked to make decisions about those very issues.
What can you do when your loved one was killed but the police and prosecutors refuse to call it a crime?
An outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in a new, multi-million-dollar medical facility has led to a wrongful death lawsuit in Ohio.
Trench collapses are one of a construction worker's worst nightmares. When they happen, it's often because the trench wasn't properly dug or maintained. Injuries are often severe -- or fatal.
Did two different family physicians, operating out of the Cleveland Clinic, contribute to the deaths of three of their patients from opioid overdoses?
There's a complicated set of legal questions facing justices in Ohio due to a cryogenic tank failure -- one that happened to be storing 4,000 human eggs and embryos at the time.
A grieving Ohio man has filed a lawsuit against a helmet maker and the sports store that sold it over the death of his 22-year old son. The young man died in 2016 due to brain injuries he suffered playing football as a youth. This lawsuit may eventually open a sort of floodgate.