February 2017 Archives

2017 starting off deadly on Ohio roads

For many people, the relatively mild weather in Ohio during the latter part of this winter season is a welcome reality. However, the Ohio State Highway Patrol suggests that this unseasonably warm and temperate winter may have a deadly side. The law enforcement agency believes that the lack of severe winter weather has given drivers a false sense of security and encouraged people to drive more aggressively and less safely.

How will I know if my child has a TBI?

Car accidents, child abuse, falls and sports injuries are all culprits of one of the leading causes of death and disability in youth under the age of 19: traumatic brain injury. The Brain Injury Alliance states that, while many people survive brain injuries, the effects on children are less understood since their brains are still developing and changing. If your child has suffered a TBI in Ohio, the results may not be seen for years.

How can a hard hat protect me on the job?

If you are a construction worker in Ohio, you already know how important the right equipment and gear are to your profession. This includes safety gear like hard hats, which can actually save lives under the right circumstances. While you know that hard hats are a crucial part of safety on the job, you may not be aware of how they actually protect you from serious injury.

What to do after a bicycle accident in Ohio

Over recent years, bicycles have become more and more popular as a means of transportation. Whether it is for the exercise, the environmental impact or the simple sense of freedom, more people than ever are riding bikes on a regular basis. However, like most activities, riding bicycles is not without risk.

Keep swimming a healthy and safe activity

Swimming is a great form of exercise, an effortless way to entertain and an activity that many residents in Ohio enjoy every year. Along with the fun and excitement a pool has to offer, there are also risks like drowning, falling or sicknesses related to poor maintenance or cleanliness procedures. Protecting against these types of dangers can lead to a better, safer and healthier swimming experience.

Have you been bitten by a dog?

Dogs are all around you in Ohio, and whether you love them or not, approaching or being approached by a strange dog carries a certain amount of risk. If you have been bitten by an unknown dog through no fault of your own, you may wish to press charges against the owner. However, before you call your lawyer, you have some legal obligations to the county.

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