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Cleveland State Law Review

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Wife's Action For Loss Of Consortium, Fred Weisman Jan 1971

Wife's Action For Loss Of Consortium, Fred Weisman

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The recent Ohio Supreme Court ruling in Clouston v. Remlinger Oldsmobile Cadillac Inc. reversed a rule which had existed in Ohio for over fifty years. Ohio has now been added to the growing list of states which allow to a wife an action for damages for loss of consortium arising from negligent injury to her husband.


Husband And Wife-Consortium Right Of Action In Wife For Negligent Injury To Husband, James B. Taylor Jan 1952

Husband And Wife-Consortium Right Of Action In Wife For Negligent Injury To Husband, James B. Taylor

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Where the loss of her husband's consortium is the result of personal injuries caused by the mere negligence of a third person, the wife has no cause of action; she did not have such right at common law and no legislation has been enacted to give her this right. Nevertheless, at the same time that this right is denied to the wife, her husband has a cause of action under identical circumstances. In such a case, the gist of the action is the loss of his wife's services, and the right has not been affected by legislation which has abrogated …