Car Washes Preventing Ohio Car Accidents?

April 20th, 2015 | Defective product

Winter weather in Ohio and the chemicals and minerals that are used to clear our roadways can be unforgiving to our vehicles. In fact, the salt that is often used to melt snow and ice on our highways has been found to cause rusting in the brake lines of numerous makes and models, which can… Read More

Study Shows Distracted Driving Is the Leading Cause of Accidents Among Teenage Motorists

April 13th, 2015 | Auto accident

The Pervasiveness of Distracted Driving Take a look around you next time you’re driving and you may be surprised at the number of motorists who simply aren’t paying attention to the road. What may be even more surprising to some is just how prevalent the behavior of distracted driving has become—especially among inexperienced teenage drivers.… Read More

Ohio Truck Accident Demonstrates Importance of Move Over Law

October 16th, 2014 | Truck accident

It’s no secret that the highway is a dangerous place, but those who are affected most often by these risks are the men and women who put their lives on the line to ensure safety along these stretches of road. According to the Ohio Department of Transportation, five firefighters and 12 law enforcement officers are… Read More

Risks of Using Spray-On Sunscreen

August 7th, 2014 | Personal injury

It’s summer, and for many residents of Ohio, that means spending time in the sun. Being exposed to the sun’s harmful UV rays can be dangerous to your skin and has been linked to causing skin cancer. While using sunscreen is an effective way to block these rays, there are questions about whether or not… Read More

Family of Ohio Car Accident Victim Awarded $3.3 Million In Damages

April 17th, 2013 | Auto accident

April 17, 2013 A judge with the Ohio Court of Claims ruled earlier this week that a defective highway design and lack of maintenance was to blame for a deadly Ohio Auto Accident that occurred several years ago. Furthermore, he ordered the state of Ohio to pay $3.3 million to the family of the victim… Read More