Drowsy driving impairs drivers’ abilities and leaves them vulnerable to falling asleep at the wheel. It can trigger major traffic accidents. Unfortunately, Ohio appears to be seeing more and more of the effects of this dangerous conduct.
When a minor child is injured by the negligence of someone else, the statute of limitations for the injury does not start until the child reaches the age of 18. But what about the derivative claims of the minor's parents (i.e. for medical expenses and loss of consortium)?