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How dangerous are boats?

Spring is here, the weather is nice out here in Cincinnati, Ohio and the surrounding area and many people are heading outdoors. Whether you're out on a motorcycle riding up and down the beautiful rural roads, in the woods while hiking or mountain biking, or on the water, it's whatever floats your boat, right?

Pedestrian struck, killed in Springfield Township

Tragedy struck the family of a Springfield Township, Ohio resident following the announcement of a pedestrian accident on Monday afternoon. The pedestrian was struck and killed at the corner of Winton Road and Cloveriew Avenue in Springfield Township by a 2016 Ford F-150. At the time of the reporting, it was uncertain whether authorities will charge the driver, who was uninjured in the accident.

Young man killed in track meet accident

Tragedy struck the Wheaton, Illinois community last weekend following an accident at a track meet at Wheaton College when a student was killed while volunteering for a hammer-throw event. The 19-year-old victim, from Cincinnati, Illinois was a freshman at Wheaton College, where he played on their soccer team. His parents were missionaries; as such, he spent much of his youth living in Zimbabwe.

Protect your loved ones from nursing home neglect

There inevitably reaches a point in the life of an elderly person where they are no longer able to take of themselves. While it is of course worth celebrating the long life of a person as each year passes on, the reality of life is that we are not invincible. Our bodies and minds eventually wear down.

Did you get robbed at a Cincinnati hotel?

Unfortunately, no matter how safe and careful you are - and no matter what area of town you're in - anybody in Cincinnati could become the victim of a robbery. However, the people who are most at risk are the out-of-towners who come into the city for a short trip. Tourists and visiting business people don't know Cincinnati, its neighborhoods or its people as well as the locals do, so they might not be very good at judging the danger of different people, places and situations.

Defective airbags lead to $1 billion settlement

Although designed to protect consumers from the effects of an automobile accident, it turns out that over 100 million Takata airbag canisters had the potential to cause further harm to drivers and passengers in a car when deployed. It is believed that Japan-based manufacturer Takata Corp. was aware of the potential dangers, yet tried to cover it up.

Spring is nearly here which means more people on the roads

The days are getting warmer and spring is nearly here. That means that more and more people will peel themselves off the couch and head outside to enjoy the warmer weather. While people head out, there will be more risks on the roads. It is important for everyone outside to be mindful of the increased risks.

What causes cerebral palsy and Erb's palsy?

Although a majority of births in the United States result in a healthy baby or babies and happy parents and family and friends, researchers say that five in every 1,000 births result in a birth injury. Furthermore, studies show that up to 7 percent of children born have some form of birth defect, though a majority of these are minor.

An animal bite may be compensated through personal injury

Owning a pet is a big responsibility. Not all Cincinnati residents are willing to put in the time and effort it takes to properly train, maintain, and care for a dog, cat, or other domestic animal. Those who do often must accept responsibility for when their furry friends cause damages and injuries to the property and persons of other individuals.

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