Personal Injury Lawyer Columbus, Ohio


NHTSA Columbus Crash Reduction Effectiveness Questioned

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) may not be living up to its job to help maintain public safety by effectively regulating vehicles and in-vehicle technology. The NHTSA may also be failing to fulfill its role in providing accurate and timely information to the public when a vehicle-related problem arises. A personal injury lawyer...

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Too Many Drivers Admit to Risky Behaviors

Motor vehicle collisions remain a top cause of death. In fact, traffic crashes have already caused 720 fatalities in 2014 alone, according to the Ohio State Patrol. With the risks of collisions so grave, it might be natural to assume people do not intentionally engage in behavior behind the wheel that they know to be...

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Rules to Prevent Underride Accidents Could Save Lives

Underride accidents may be among the most serious of truck collisions. An underride accident occurs when a vehicle slips underneath the body of a truck. These types of accidents should be prevented by the use of underride guards on both single-unit trucks and on tractor-trailers. However, according to Truck, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...

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Ohio Trucking Accidents a Summer Road Trip Threat

More trucks on the road as the economy recovers means more risk of traffic collisions. Between 2011 and 2012, there was a four percent increase in the number of truck accident deaths that occurred in the United States, according to recently released government statistics. Trucks can be dangerous and an accident with a large truck...

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Columbus Bicycle Accident Victims Need Legal Help

Driving through rural Delaware County, a 36-year-old diabetic woman with poor vision swore she didn't know she hit a bicyclist. But she didn't stop to see what she'd hit, either. Meanwhile, a popular high school coach and avid cyclist lay dying on the roadside. His body was found the following morning. For that, a Columbus...

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How Dangerous Is "Buzzed" Driving?

It's common knowledge that the legal blood alcohol content (BAC) limit for drivers in Ohio is .08 percent. Most people also know that drivers who exceed the legal limit are at high risk of causing a serious drunk driving accident. But what about those drivers who have one or two beers? Are they dangerous? If...

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