The number of crashes involving pedestrians is on the rise in Ohio. According to Columbus police and other agencies, a disturbing trend is occurring in the state. More pedestrians are being struck by vehicles, often causing horrible injury. In one recent car accident, a woman was killed on March 5 when she was hit by a car near the Eastland Mall.
One Ohio man is dead and three others are injured after a semi truck collided with a tree trimming truck in Greenwich. On that morning in mid-November the crew of the tree trimming truck were setting up to do some work on the side of the road. A flagger was in place, carrying a stop sign and directing traffic. Two vehicle, the tree trimming truck and another pickup truck were sitting in the northbound lanes.
Recently in Jackson Township, Ohio, an Amish buggy was involved in a collision with a passenger vehicle. The result was one fatality and two other injuries; the deceased was a 21-year-old woman who was ejected from the buggy in the collision. The car accident remains under investigation by local authorities.
The U.S has experienced an upsurge in the number of vehicles on the roads in recent decades. With such an increment, it was just a matter of time before car accidents skyrocketed beyond logic. A car accident can adversely affect your life in more ways than you can imagine in the absence of quick medical assistance. As a victim, you will not only sustain catastrophic injuries, but your recovery process will be a daunting task, to say the least. If you end up in a car crash scene, you might want to know some basic guidelines to help save a life in need.
The number of vehicles in the United States has increased gradually over the past few decades. This leads to a rise in the number of car accidents as well. Accidents might lead to severe physical injuries. It is important to know what you need to do in case you get into an accident.
Every day, almost every one of us gets behind the wheel of a car to do things like drive to work, run errands, take the kids to school or head out on a road trip. Perhaps it's because driving has become such an integral and common part of our lives that we take for granted how dangerous it is. We've all driven by accidents and seen the reports of fatalities on the highway, and some of us have even been struck personally with a tragedy, but somehow the reality of it never sinks in.
Being involved in an accident is an emotional experience. However, when the accident involves an animal, the emotional aspect of an accident can be even more amplified. Occasionally, wildlife is to blame for serious car accidents. However, just as often domestic animals are responsible too. When an unleashed pet causes a car accident, it is important for those injured to understand that the pet's owner may be responsible.
With the Fourth of July over, many parents are looking towards the end of the summer and having their children back in school. One of the last hurrahs before the school year kicks off is Labor Day. Just like many American families did for the Fourth of July weekend, Labor Day will have them back in the car and on the highways for one last weekend away. And while these last weeks of summer are meant to be enjoyed, increased traffic on highways should have families carefully considering their travel plans to stay safe.
If you have been injured in an automobile accident as the result of another individual's negligence, you may be seeking damages for your injuries. To see that your personal injury case is successful, it is crucial to work with an experienced attorney and to take the necessary steps to mitigate damages.
If you have worked on a railroad in your life, you are probably more aware of the hazards of the job, and of trains in general, than the average person. Likewise, if you have a loved one who works on the railways, you have probably heard accounts of near-accidents and enough stories to cause you at least a modicum of concern as your loved one goes off to work each day. It was because of these hazards that Congress green-lit the Federal Employers Liability Act more than a century ago in an attempt to protect the railroad workers.