Category: Motor Vehicle Accidents

Why Fault for a Rear-End Crash May Be Complex

inspection of vehicle from rear-end crash

 People file injury claims for a wide variety of car accidents, but many of these claims involve rear-end collisions. Rear-end crashes are one of the most common types of car accidents, partly because they can […]

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Brain injuries and motor vehicle accidents

Lawsuit School District in California Settles Police Misconduct Lawsuit

One of the most catastrophic injuries you can suffer in a car crash is a traumatic brain injury. Brain injuries may manifest themselves right away or the symptoms may appear days following the collision. The following […]

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Liability in Ohio motor vehicle accidents

Drunk driving crash death lawsuit settled

If you have suffered personal injuries in a motor vehicle accident, you may file a claim against the parties responsible for your accident to recover both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages cover medical expenses, lost […]

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Driver fatigue blamed for two Ohio trucking accidents

A Reckless Driver

Large trucks and tractor-trailers are common sights for Ohio motorists. The growth of shipping and delivery industries ensures that passenger car drivers must constantly share the road with much larger commercial vehicles. And while car accidents […]

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Uninsured Motorist Coverage

You can be the most responsible driver out there and still end up as the victim in a motor vehicle accident. And if the person who hits you doesn’t have insurance or is underinsured, your problems […]

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How Do Car Accidents and Truck Accident Differ?

How Car and Trucking Accidents Differ

If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident with a tractor trailer, you’re likely wondering why you’d need a truck accident attorney. After all, aren’t motor vehicle collisions all the same? Unfortunately, […]

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What You Need to Know about SUV Rollovers

What you need to know about SUV Rollovers

Do you know that most drivers believe that Sport Utility Vehicles are safer than other cars because of their large size? However, due to their propensity, when it comes to rolling over, they are just more […]

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What To Do After a Drunk Driving Accident

What to do after a drunk driving accident

In 2018, 10,511 people in the US died in drunk driving accidents, which means this type of accident kills about 29 people every day. In Ohio in particular, there are around 400 drunk driving fatalities per […]

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How New Technology is Changing Motorcycle Accident Law

How new technology is changing motorcycle accident law

Technology is changing the world around us, and nowhere is this more apparent than in motorcycle accident law. While bikers face a disproportionate risk of experiencing serious motor vehicle accidents, technological advancements are both creating safer […]

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Who Is Responsible for a Truck Accident?

Who is responsible for a truck accident?

Some of the most devastating collisions involve large vehicles on busy highways. The power and speed can have heart-wrenching results, not to mention a great deal of legal complexity. As a passenger or driver who has […]

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Your Rights if Hurt in a Boating Accident

Your rights if hurt in a boating accident

Many Ohioans spend summer days out on the water. Paying a commercial boating operation to take you out may seem safe, but sometimes tragedy occurs. When someone is badly injured in a boating accident, it can […]

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Aviation Accidents Explained

Aviation accidents explained

Air travel is thought to be a safe mode of transportation. In 2017, there were no fatalities on commercial aircraft, down from 16 the year before. While this sounds encouraging, the National Transportation Safety Board nonetheless […]

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Finding Help After a Train Accident

Finding Help After a Train Accident

Recent train accident statistics reveal that Ohio ranks sixth in the nation for railroad accidents. Since 2014, Ohio has been the site of 209 train accidents and, in just three weeks last summer, three more Ohioan […]

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