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Is the opioid epidemic leading to more motor vehicle accidents?

The opioid epidemic that is plaguing the United States has been receiving quite a bit of news coverage lately, as our readers have probably seen. Efforts to address this growing problem go all the way up to President Trump and his advisors. On both a state and federal level, our governments are trying to address this problem that is ruining lives and destroying families.

The aftermath of a hit and run accident

Many Ohio residents have been in a car accident before, but not everyone has been the victim of a hit and run accident. For most decent people, it is hard to imagine a person would flee after causing an accident that may have resulted in significant property damage or injuries. But hit and run accidents aren't all that uncommon.

MIT researches distracted driving and how to keep drivers safe

In the United States, approximately 40,000 people were killed while traveling on the roads last year. Distracted driving in Ohio was the reason for many of those motor vehicle accident deaths. While the distractions are varied, ranging from eating to using a cell phone, it is unclear exactly how people are affected by these distractions. A recent study by MIT researchers focuses on how drivers act while driving and the best ways of keeping them safe.

Multiple injuries following ATV, motorcycle crash

Last week saw a unique but no less serious accident in Walnut Hills, Ohio when police responded to a report of an accident shortly after 6 o'clock in the evening between an All-Terrain Vehicle, or ATV, and a motorcycle on Gilbert Avenue. The accident occurred when a 46-year-old man and his 12-year-old son rounded a corner and struck a 37-year-old motorcyclist. The motorcycle flipped several times and the ATV rolled over.

The pros and cons of settling out of court

Imagine being involved in a car accident. The other driver was texting while driving and crashed into your vehicle. The accident totaled your car and left you with a few broken bones. Now you have growing medical bills, a new car to buy and lost wages from missing work. You know that the other driver's insurance should cover these expenses, but should you take a settlement or go to trial?

Ohio State freshman struck and killed by vehicle in Cincinnati

Unfortunately, accidents can happen at any time and for any number of reasons. Motor vehicles are often the culprit of numerous serious accidents in Ohio and other states across the nation. A negligent driver might be distracted, intoxicated or under the influence of a substance at the time of a motor vehicle accident. However, nothing is as disturbing and emotional as a driver acting under malicious intentions when causing a car accident.

We can help file a personal injury claim following a car crash

When residents in Ohio get behind the wheel of a motor vehicle, they likely do not consider all the risks or potential dangers associated with operating an automobile. Nonetheless, there is a multitude of dangers correlated to driving a vehicle; thus, most motorists take the time to follow the rules of the road and uphold their duty to drive safely. However, even the safest driver cannot always evade the negligence and recklessness of other motorists on the roadways.

An experienced attorney can help you after a car accident

It was only a matter of time before you were involved in a car accident during your daily commute. The light was green as you approached the intersection only two blocks away from your office. Unfortunately, as you entered the intersection, another car ran the stop light and slammed into the passenger side of your car.

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