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Sharing the Road with Motorcycles in Ohio

It’s riding season in Ohio, which unfortunately means it's also the season for bikers to suffer serious and sometimes fatal injuries in motorcycle accidents caused by others. Just last month, a 25-year-old motorcyclist died and his passenger was critically injured when the driver of a Nissan Pathfinder attempted to pass a tractor-trailer and collided with...

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Tips to drive safely in work zones

Driving through work zones in Ohio — with their confusing traffic patterns, large and loud construction equipment, and general chaos — can be a challenge. The circumstances put motorists and workers alike at risk, which is why some federal agencies are reminding drivers of the steps they can take to prevent themselves from causing a...

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What's the point of no-fault car insurance in a fault state?

Ohio is a "fault" state for car accidents, which means the driver who causes an accident (and by extension their insurance company) is primarily responsible for paying for damages. However, Ohio motorists still have the option of purchasing some types of no-fault coverage. This raises a common question for a lot of motorists: “Is no-fault...

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Driver impairment leads to truck accidents

An impaired driver behind the wheel of a large commercial truck is a serious danger on the road. The result is often a truck accident that can leave victims with severe and life-changing injuries. Recovering financial compensation can be a long and difficult process. Truck drivers deny responsibility and insurance companies try to minimize claims....

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Who pays for my damages after a truck accident?

If you were involved in a truck accident, you may have questions that need to be answered. You have hospital bills and vehicle repair expenses that add up. Meanwhile, your doctor advises you to take time off from work until you recover. It could be months, and possibly years, before you get your life back. At...

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What happens when a trucker can't see you

The occupants of an average car, which weighs about 3,000 pounds, are in great danger in a blind-spot collision with a fully loaded semi-truck, which can weigh 80,000 pounds. Fatalities linked to blind spots are common, while injuries include: Broken bones Deep cuts resulting in permanent scars Neck injuries, including whiplash Back injuries, including cracked...

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