Traffic accidents are never expected and always scary. No accident is scarier than one that involves a fatality and injuries. No matter how careful and observant a driver, a car accident can still happen in Ohio. Living through an accident and through its aftermath is one of life's more stressful situations.
It is past St. Patrick's Day, and everyone is tiring of winter. Spring is in sight and one can feel it in the air. And then it happens, the March snow storm. It can happen at anytime and be a brief snow shower or a squall, complete with white outs, that can create hazardous driving conditions in Ohio that can lead to a car crash.
When a person in Ohio is in intense pain, he or she expects to go to a doctor and be given relief. A person should also expect that he or she will be informed of any warnings associated with a medication. Failure to inform a patient could constitute medical malpractice.
Those who live in Ohio know how treacherous winter driving can be. This can be particularly true when the weather is so changeable and is difficult to predict. Most drivers are aware of these circumstances and exercise appropriate caution when driving in the snow. Sometimes another driver is not as cautious, or is even reckless, and a deadly car crash can result.