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September has traditionally been a dangerous month for driving in Ohio. According to the Ohio Department of Public Safety, the two months with the most car accident-related injuries in 2015 were September and October, with more than 13,000 injuries reported. In addition, there were nearly 200 deaths reported during that same two-month period.
These statistics can be frightening for any Ohioan who gets behind the wheel, but they are especially sobering for parents with teenagers hitting the road this fall. The Ohio car accident attorneys at Nurenberg Paris encourage all parents to share these 3 driving safety tips to help young drivers prevent accidents:
Unfortunately, even the most cautious drivers are still sometimes involved in Ohio car accidents. If you or someone you love has been injured in a car crash, give us a call for a free consultation. We’re ready to put our extensive experience to work for you, so contact us today.
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