Residents in Ohio should be able to trust that the efforts of advocacy groups, law enforcement agencies and other entities focused on public safety have made strides in getting drivers to be willing to put away their keys if they are going to drink. Unfortunately, there seem to be quite a lot of people who are simply too selfish to make this respectful and responsible choice.
People in Ohio should be able to trust that anyone granted a commercial driving license is committed to safe operation. They should also be able to trust that licensing agencies and other authorities appropriately monitor commercial drivers' records and take disciplinary action if and when needed. A recent fatal crash in New Hampshire unfortunately shows that this is not always the case.
Many in Hamilton may spend years developing good driving skills that they hope will help them to avoid ever being involved in a car accident. Yet all of the work may be rendered moot in a mere matter of moments by the reckless or negligent actions of another driver. One cannot control the actions of others on the road; rather, they can only hope that if they are in an accident, the insurer for the responsible party (or their own insurance) will offer enough to help cover their expenses. There may be cases, however, where accident victims and their families need to seek additional compensation through legal action.
Virtually everyone in Ohio today interacts with modern technology at some point on a daily basis. Regardless of age or other demographic factors, technology advances are everywhere from point of sale systems at the grocery store to smartphones and more. Some technologies are said to have real benefits for people, like the features built into new vehicles today designed to improve safety. Taken to its fullest extent, these manifest as fully autonomous vehicles.
Being involved in an accident is a car or truck accident is stressful. Dealing with insurance companies afterward can compound that stress.
The deadliest car crashes tend to involve commercial trucks due to their massive size and weight. These accidents are occurring more often, too. According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, 2017 saw a 10% increase from 2016 in fatal truck collisions and a 5% increase in large truck crashes resulting in injury.
When Ohio residents like you get rear-ended by another vehicle, there are a number of things you should do in the aftermath. Missing out on some of these steps can result in you possibly not being eligible for the full compensation you deserve.
As a resident of Ohio who has gotten involved in a car crash, you know that there are both short and long-term impacts on your life. Mezibov Butler can help to guide you through the sometimes-complex aftermath of these painful incidents.
As a resident of Ohio who has gotten into a single-car crash, you know that it isn't about the negligence of the driver. In many cases, it's about the maintenance or composition of a road. Mezibov Butler is here to help defend you.
Lower back pain is difficult to deal with on a daily basis. There are many different types of lower back injuries, including: