Auto Accident

Why Does My Health Insurance Company Get Paid Out of My Settlement?

by NPHM | October 9th, 2012

Understanding Subrogation A common question I hear from clients involves the confusing matter of subrogation. Subrogation is a health insurance company’s right to be reimbursed for medical bills it has paid on an injured person’s behalf following an accident. Most often, the reimbursement to the insurance company is made out of the client’s settlement at […]

Driving Tips for Safely Sharing the Road with Large Trucks

by Andrew R. Young | June 15th, 2012

A large commercial motor vehicle can weigh up to 80,000 pounds.  An accident with one of these heavy trucks can be life changing.  To avoid an accident, licensed drivers must understand how best to share the road with these large vehicles. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has a “Share the Road Safely Program.”   This […]

Aggressive Driving – Just Let It Go

by Andrew R. Young | November 23rd, 2011

“aggressive driving and road rage lead to nothing good and can often lead to severe accidents, sometimes accidents involving innocent motorists or pedestrians”

Automobile Accidents and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) – A Hidden Danger

by Staff | August 22nd, 2011

In Ohio, and throughout the United States, the second leading cause of TBI is automobile accidents.

When you need a tow, make sure the tow operator explains each step of the towing sequence and ensures you are in a place of safety

by fstrack | December 15th, 2009

David M. Paris represented an over-the-road truck driver who was making a delivery to the Cincinnati area when he felt his trailer dragging, as if it wasn’t getting  enough air to the rear tandems. He pulled over onto the right berm, approximately 3-1/2 feet from the edge of the highway. He reported the problem to […]

ARE YOU COVERED? CUTTING BACK ON CAR INSURANCE WILL COST YOU MORE THAN YOU SAVE

by fstrack | November 10th, 2009

State minimum requirements are allowing drivers on the road with very limited insurance that will not cover broken bones or a surgery.