Driving comes with great responsibility and when you are behind the wheel you are operating a heavy piece of machinery that could quickly become a deadly instrument. The surviving victims in a car crash will likely experience pain and suffering along with any potential serious injury and medical expenses.
When an official from the package delivery company UPS notes that his company leans far right, he’s not remotely alluding to political affiliations.
And GM itself states, through a statement issued by a senior executive, that the company response to a long-known engineering problem that has so far taken a number of lives in car accidents "was not as robust as it should have been."
A writer in a recent opinion piece for a national newspaper advances an opinion that might strongly resonate with a good many Ohio and other readers across the country.
A car accident can be a difficult time for family members and loved ones. When multiple members of the family are involved in the same car accident, the situation can be even more complicated. A recent accident in Ohio has left many devastated after three lives were taken as a result of the crash.
Ohio has a drunk driving registry that serves as an online repository for the names of drivers deemed especially problematic by state authorities. Those drivers are motorists who have demonstrated a continued pattern of dangerous driving behavior that safety regulators say poses a heightened risk for car accidents on state roads and highways.
A night out driving on the highway ended in a horrific accident for three individuals. While there are still many questions that need answering in this particular event, one thing is clear: the car accident resulted in the death of two adults and injuries to a teenager. Ohio Highway Patrol are still trying to piece together the events leading up to this tragedy.
Hunters are currently active across Ohio, which drives home a salient fact: There are a lot of deer in the state.