The holidays are behind us but the long dead of winter is still ahead. As we drudge through the long dark winter months, it is important to keep in mind the additional dangers that present themselves on the roads. Here in the Cincinnati, Ohio area, it is not uncommon to experience nasty winter weather, including sleet and significant snow storms. Even when storms are not present, the freezing temperatures produce hazards on the roads such as black ice.

While driving, one should keep these potential hazards in mind. Even if you are an experienced cautious driver, others on the road may not be, and you may wind up as the innocent victim of a serious car accident.

The law offices of Arnold S. Levine know the significance of accidents and the many hurdles they may present to a victim. With over 40 years of experience, our team knows what it takes to protect your rights and how to negotiate with insurance companies or prove to a jury that you are a victim and deserve compensation for a motor vehicle accident that is not your fault.

Car accident victims may be entitled to compensation for their injuries, including lost wages, money for medical expenses and rehabilitation costs, as well as pain and suffering. If the injury involved a fatality, the family may also be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering as well as lost future wages. If you or someone you love has been a victim of a car accident, it may be in your best interest to speak with a seasoned law professional familiar with personal injury to see whether you may be entitled to compensation.