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Causes of Wrong-Way Accidents in Columbus

A driver who was involved in a fatal wrong-way collision that killed a Columbus woman is pleading guilty to causing the fatal wreck. Columbus Dispatch reports the driver had a blood alcohol concentration of .19 at the time of the accident. This is more than double the legal limit. The impaired driver was traveling west...

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Reporting Ohio Trucking Accidents

Truck accidents are among the most complicated types of cases because you may have multiple different parties to hold accountable for losses the accident has caused. You need to make sure you know how to report your truck accident in Ohio so you are prepared to protect your rights and seek full and fair compensation...

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Columbus Collisions Can Occur Due to Tire Blowouts

Tire blowouts are a common summer phenomenon, so much so Popular Mechanics has dubbed summer "tire blowout season." This "season" runs from the middle of May until the end of October. As the heat climbs on Ohio highways and the temperature reaches into the 90's on some days, the pavement can get as hot as...

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Staying Safe in Columbus T-Bone Accidents

If every car on the roads in the United States was equipped with effective side airbags (SABs), between 700 and 1,000 car accident fatalities would be avoided in T-Bone collisions annually. An experienced side-impact accident attorney knows side airbags are currently optional and are not installed in all vehicles, putting motorists at added risk of...

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Truck Accident Victims Would Benefit from Higher Insurance Mandate

Drivers in Franklin County, Delaware County, Licking County, Fairfield County, Pickaway County, Madison County and Union County can all suffer serious injuries or even fatalities if they are involved in a crash with a tractor-trailer or other large commercial vehicle. Truck accident lawyers in Columbus, OH know that the costs of damages for truck accidents are...

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Columbus Drivers Endangered by Car Sharing?

An expansion of transportation options around Franklin County, Delaware County and surrounding areas means that you are no longer limited to taking a taxi, driving yourself or taking public transportation. Uber and Lyft are in Columbus, which means car sharing services are available that allow people who need a ride to get one from another individual who drives his...

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Columbus Truck Crashes Caused by Distraction

The National Transportation Safety Board is urging changes to the rules regulating commercial truck drivers. According to Fleet Owner, the NTSB believes commercial drivers should be prohibited from using all electronic devices, including hands-free devices, when operating a commercial motor vehicle. A truck accident lawyer knows a driver who is using an electronic device is...

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