Steps to Take Following a Cleveland Hit-and-Run Accident

December 26, 2015

Tragedy struck this holiday season as two Cleveland hit-and-run accidents left a local woman dead and at least two people injured on Christmas. Police are believed to have promising leads for identifying both of the responsible hit/skip drivers, but this does not change the fact that once again local car accident victims and their families […]

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New NHTSA Standards May Reduce Personal Injuries Among Pedestrians, Drivers

December 11, 2015

Earlier this week, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration proposed a series of changes to its crash testing protocols and vehicle safety rating system. Though not yet finalized, the proposed changes would bring American crash testing standards up to par with those of other countries around the globe. As Ohio motor vehicle accident lawyers, the […]

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The Danger of Distracted Driving Summed Up in One Graphic

November 27, 2015

Anyone Can Be a Distracted Driver

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5 Reasons Thanksgiving is Ohio’s Most Dangerous Holiday for Drivers

November 20, 2015

In 2014, there were a total of 3,429 motor vehicle accidents reported in Ohio during the Thanksgiving holiday. This number far exceeds the crash total for any other holiday. Why exactly is Thanksgiving so hazardous for this state’s drivers, passengers, and pedestrians? While every traffic accident is different, there are many factors that may contribute […]

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Does Marijuana Cause Car Accidents?

October 31, 2015

With a marijuana legalization issue on the Ohio ballot next week, many are thinking about the potential consequences of marijuana use in our state.  While we will leave it to the voters to decide the issue, one fact that will remain true regardless of the outcome is that marijuana use can result in personal injuries.

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October and November Are Historically Dangerous Months for Both Motorists and Pedestrians

October 10, 2015

In 2014, the months of October and November saw the highest totals of Ohio traffic accident-related injuries and deaths, with totals of 9,706 and 9,142 respectively.  While snowy months typically see higher total crashes, those accidents frequently occur at lower speeds because drivers may be operating their vehicles with extra caution due to road conditions.  […]

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