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Construction workers at high risk for elevator accidents

If you are one of the many Ohio construction workers whose job it is to work in, on or around elevators, you risk injury and death much more than the people who ride in elevators to get to their apartment, their office, a restaurant or other places they need or want to go to in tall buildings. Approximately 31 people die each year in an elevator accident and over 17,000 people suffer injuries.

Nerve damage you can receive in a car accident

As an Ohio resident who probably spends a lot of time in your car, driving back and forth to work, on errands, and taking your children to school and their various activities, you know that car crashes happen all too frequently. What you may not know, however, is that if you are unfortunate enough to be involved in one, it could leave you with lasting nerve damage.

Think whiplash is no big deal? Think again

If you were recently in a minor car accident, you might have noticed an increasing tenderness in your neck and shoulders over the following days. Not a problem, you think. It is only whiplash, and it will get better soon. However, you might not want to be so quick to discount a whiplash injury. For you and others in Ohio who are suffering from this type of injury, whiplash can become more than an inconvenient pain in the neck.

How to prevent road construction zone accidents and worker injury

When most people think of construction accidents in Cincinnati, they think of the kind that occurs from working on buildings. Many of them do not realize the dangers workers who work on the roadways face. Damaged roads are a big hazard for motorists. Cars in construction zones are a big hazard for road workers. Road construction is necessary to improve road conditions and keep them from being in a state of disrepair. 

What Can I Do If I'm Targeted In A Road Rage Incident?

You may have been in a car accident already, and that by itself is frightening enough. The thought of being deliberately targeted by an angry driver is downright terrifying. As people’s schedules become more hectic and traffic becomes more congested, there are drivers in Ohio and elsewhere who can become impatient or aggressive at the drop of a hat. Is there anything you can do to prevent or safely escape from a road rage attack?

What NOT to do after a car accident

The moments immediately following a car accident can be intense, with you and everyone else involved working to make sure there are no injuries or fatalities at the scene. Because emotions oftenn run high after collisions, it can be easy to make mistakes that can come back to bite you, should you attempt to hold someone involved in the accident accountable later on.

Don't give teens the keys until they are ready to drive

Your teenager has finally become a legally licensed driver in Cincinnati. You may be ready to send him or her off to run errands and pick up your other kids from school. Before you hand over the keys to your vehicle, you should consider the possible effects of your teen's lack of experience. Young drivers are more likely to make mistakes and misjudge hazardous driving conditions that oftenn lead to car accidents. Overall, teens are more likely to end up dying in motor vehicle collisions than in any other event. 

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