Car Accidents Archives

Speeding teen driver kills one, injures two

Ohio residents know that vehicle accidents can be caused by drivers of any age for a variety of reasons. Elderly drivers, for example, may have difficulties seeing or responding quickly. Young drivers may be more apt to drive fast or otherwise dangerously in part due to their youth that may make them feel invicible and immortal. Unfortunately even though this may be understandable, it is nonetheless a serious problem that continues to leave too many innocent people injured or even dead.

Hit-and-run crash sends two to trauma center

Being hit by a reckless driver is certainly one of the last things people in Ohio ever expect or want to happen to them when they set out on their days. Being hit by a reckless driver who fails to even stop after causing an accident can only make matters worse. In some cases, people are fortunate that such errant drivers are eventually located by law enforcement officers so that some attempt at holding them accountable for their actions may remain.

The real dangers of speeding

Drivers in Ohio understand that speeding is dangerous and illegal. However, it's not exactly uncommon to see people speeding, whether it's to get to an appointment on time or just to keep up with traffic. Here are some potentially surprising statistics about speeding that could make any driver rethink this habit.

Driver kills two, alcohol suspected

People in Ohio may be unfortunately used to stories about accidents caused by drunk drivers at key holiday times like the Fourth of July or New Year's Eve. However these are far from the only times when intoxicated people injure or kill others because they refuse to hand over their keys to someone else. In fact, an accident caused by a drunk or a drugged driver can happen anytime, anywhere.

What should you know about back braces?

Ohio residents who have injured your back in a car accident may be asked to wear a back brace for a period of time. Of course, the doctor that you see will give you specific instructions based on your injury. This will allow you to get the most out of the brace. But what else should you know about back braces?

16 people die in Ohio accidents over Thanksgiving

Ohio residents should be able to look forward to the holidays and the ability to spend time with friends and family without worry that someone will not arrive to their intended destination safely. Sadly, this is simply not possible. From cell phones to alcohol, there are simply too many things that can distract a driver or ways a driver can make a senseless choice that puts others at risk.

Lower your chances of getting into an accident

Drivers in Ohio have a lot of responsibility on their shoulders when they get behind the wheel. Not only do they have to watch out for themselves on the road, but they also have to keep an eye out for other vehicles and drivers. Here are ways that a person can lower their chances of getting into a crash.

Four vehicles involved in fatal crash on I-77

Residents in Ohio understand that despite their best efforts to drive safely, others around them may not always be so careful. This is part of what makes motor vehicle accidents a sad reality on area roads despite strong laws and continual improvements made to vehicle safety features. When an at-fault driver is killed in a crash, however, people should not necessarily assume that they have no rights when it comes to seeking compensation after a crash.

New apps could help curb drunk driving

Drunk driving remains a problem in Ohio and across the country, but the advent of new technologies is giving some hope that reducing the number of intoxicated drivers who get behind the wheel could be a click away. Several new apps help to monitor whether or not a driver is safe behind the wheel, and at least one county is already putting it into practice.

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