Cleveland car accident fatal for woman

by NPHM | March 10th, 2011

March 10, 2011

We’re all in a hurry some time or another, though some of us face the pressure to rush through every task in our daily lives. Sometimes failure to manage time or taking on too many responsibilities leads us to speed in our daily commute from one point of responsibility to another. Can you relate? Do you speed and hope that you don’t get pulled over?

Unfortunately, speeding can lead to major Ohio car accidents. Even though we think we are saving time, few precious minutes are saved but we are risking our lives and the lives of others. And according to the U.S. Census Bureau, with 1,190 traffic fatalities in 2008, Ohio drivers need to pay special attention to all rules and regulations when driving.

One woman lost her life in a Cleveland car accident that occurred when she was speeding and tried to change lanes, according to WKYC.

WEWS reports the Cleveland car accident happened when the driver struck a guardrail and was ejected from the vehicle on Interstate 480.

Have you ever been injured in a Cleveland car accident? Are you worried about the hazards of speeding on Ohio roadways? Tell the Ohio car accident lawyers at Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy about your concerns.

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