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  • What Are Different Types of Aggressive Driving Behaviors?

    What Are Different Types of Aggressive Driving Behaviors?

    Aggressive driving is a significant problem in the United States, contributing to thousands of fatal accidents and hundreds of thousands of injuries every year. Aggressive driving behaviors can also escalate to road rage and physical confrontations in some cases. Chances are, if you have been driving for some time, you can likely recall a time […]

  • Should I Obtain a Police Report After a Car Accident?

    Should I Obtain a Police Report After a Car Accident?

    In Ohio, reporting a car accident is not mandatory unless property damage is in excess of $1,000 or someone is injured or killed, and then those involved are required to call 911 for help. If you have been involved in a car accident that resulted in serious injuries or significant damage to your vehicle, you […]

  • What Should You Do if You Are Experiencing Delayed Pain After a Car Accident?

    What Should You Do if You Are Experiencing Delayed Pain After a Car Accident?

    After a car accident, many people experience delayed pain and other symptoms. This can be very frightening and confusing, but you are not alone. It is not uncommon to experience some pain and discomfort after a car accident, even if you do not think you are seriously injured. However, sometimes, pain does not surface until […]

  • What Should I Do After My First Car Accident?

    What Should I Do After My First Car Accident?

    No matter how safe of a driver you think you are, you could still get into a car accident. If you spend enough time on the roads in Ohio, there will always be unsafe, reckless, and negligent drivers. Unfortunately, many drivers who get into their first accident are younger or even first-time drivers. Because of […]

  • What Should I Do if I Have Joint Pain Following a Car Accident?

    What Should I Do if I Have Joint Pain Following a Car Accident?

    Car accidents are a leading cause of injury in the United States. Some of these injuries can result in long-term disabilities that affect multiple facets of a person’s life. One such injury that most people do not realize can happen from the result of a car accident is joint damage. These types of injuries may […]

  • What Are Some Important Back-to-School Safety Tips?

    What Are Some Important Back-to-School Safety Tips?

    Now that school is back in session, you will likely see an increase in traffic and other road hazards. Not only do you see yellow school buses, but you probably see a lot of students standing at bus stops as well. Because of this, it is good to review safety driving tips. Below are some […]

  • Should You Go to the Emergency Room After a Car Accident?

    Should You Go to the Emergency Room After a Car Accident?

    After you have been in a car accident, protecting your health is very important. This means getting medical care as soon as possible, whether that is being transported to the local ER, driving yourself to the ER, seeing your primary care physician, or visiting a walk-in clinic. The fastest option for medical care is the […]

  • Who Is Liable for a Road Debris Accident?

    Who Is Liable for a Road Debris Accident?

    Road debris is a real danger while driving. Road debris could come from many sources, which could make determining liability difficult. When there is an identifiable source of road debris, the person or entity that created it is liable for damages or injuries caused by the debris. The liable party might be another motorist, a […]

  • How Can I Prove a Car Accident Caused My Traumatic Brain Injury?

    How Can I Prove a Car Accident Caused My Traumatic Brain Injury?

    A car accident can be the cause of many types of injuries, including traumatic brain injuries (TBIs). Though TBIs are commonly caused in car accidents, insurers or opposing attorneys may try to say that a plaintiff’s TBI was caused by something other than a car crash. This is why it is critical to be able […]

  • What Is Defensive Driving?

    What Is Defensive Driving?

    It is estimated that about 38,000 people die every year in automobile crashes in the United States, according to CDC. Most car accidents can be prevented because they occur due to driver negligence, such as drunk driving, speeding, using cellphones, etc. By driving defensively, you are taking preventive actions that reduce your risk and the […]