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Would You Pass Your Driver’s Exam Today?

Turning 16 is a joyous occasion for most teens, because it means they’re eligible to apply for a driver license for the first time. And as you probably remember, getting a driver license opens up an entirely new world of independence, freedom, and responsibilities. However, it also puts teens at a major risk of being […]

Your Fall Leaves Viewing Guide

As September bleeds into October, everywhere in Ohio the leaves start to put on a show, bursting into spectacular reds, yellows, and oranges. This lovely once-a-year sight inspires many people to take up “leaf peeping”­­­­––traveling to take pictures of the foliage before it turns brown and drops for the winter. Late September through early November […]

The 7 Biggest Myths Surrounding Personal Injury Lawsuits

When you are injured in an accident that isn’t your fault, you shouldn’t be required to pay for the resulting medical bills out of pocket. But it can be difficult to prove that the fault lies with someone else, and even harder to determine how much money your injuries are worth, especially if symptoms persist […]

Who Are You Actually Suing?

If you were recently hurt in an accident, you have two priorities: getting better and getting compensation. The first is self-explanatory and involves medical treatments, physical rehabilitation, and plenty of rest. The second, however, is often complicated and confusing, especially if you’ve never filed a personal injury claim or needed a lawyer before.   At Nurenberg […]

It’s Child Passenger Safety Week

Car accidents happen every day, and children are often the most vulnerable victims during crashes. The best way to protect your children in a crash is with properly sized and installed car seats, but how do you know how to find the right ones?      The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) wants to help […]

What to Tell Your College Student About Drunk Driving

A 2010 study revealed that 25% of college students admitted to driving drunk within the past month alone. If you’re a parent whose child is attending college, whether they live at home or thousands of miles away, statistics like that are a big reason why you worry about their safety. Drunk driving is one of […]

School Transportation Safety

Another school year in Ohio is about to begin, and that means early wake-ups, homework, and after-school activities. No matter how busy your family gets when school is in session, safety should always be your biggest priority. Use these tips to help your child get to and from class as safely as possible.

What to Expect: Truck Accident Claims

Even the largest SUVs and pickup trucks are no match for semi-trucks in a collision. Because of the massive size and weight difference between tractor trailers and passenger vehicles, it’s common for drivers and their passengers to be seriously injured when they’re involved in accidents with big trucks. Commercial truck accidents aren’t just more likely […]

How to Prevent Weeds This Year without Using Roundup

Headlines from news outlets across the country have spread awareness about the link between glyphosate, the key ingredient in Roundup weed killer, and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, a type of cancer that affects the lymphatic system. But is it possible to have a great garden or lawn without using chemicals and risking your health? We’ve compiled seven […]

Music and Driving: A Deadly Combo or a Match Made in Heaven?

Have you ever experienced turning down your radio so you can concentrate on reading an address as you drive by? It’s more common than you might think, and several studies have been conducted in recent years to try to determine what factor, if any, music plays in car accidents. One found that music played over […]