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[Study]The Most Dangerous Intersections in Ohio

Intersection related motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of injury and death in Ohio.  In fact, from 2014-2019, nearly half of all collisions that resulted in injury or death occurred at an intersection. Where are the most dangerous intersections in Ohio? Our Ohio personal injury lawyers at Elk & Elk Co., Ltd collaborated...

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The Most Dangerous Intersections in Cincinnati

At Elk & Elk, we recently conducted a study on intersection-related motor vehicle collisions in the state of Ohio. After breaking down the most dangerous intersections in the entire state, we decided to drill down deeper and identify the most dangerous intersections in the largest cities in the state. As the third most populous...

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The Most Dangerous Intersections in Columbus

Columbus arguably has the most dangerous intersections in the state of Ohio. According to our statewide study, it is home to nearly half of the top 50 most dangerous intersections in Ohio – more than any other city in the state. What is the most dangerous intersection in Columbus – and are there other...

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Legal News Roundup: July 22

Here’s a roundup of some major legal stories from the past week. Burger King vs. Vegans Burger King’s Impossible Whopper was at the center of a lawsuit. St. Louis Post-Dispatch – A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit against Burger King. The fast-food giant was accused of deceiving customers into thinking it cooked its “Impossible...

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Legal News Roundup: July 15

Here’s a roundup of some major legal stories from the past week. George Floyd’s Family Files Lawsuit CNBC – Members of George Floyd’s family filed a lawsuit in federal court against the city of Minneapolis and the four police officers involved in his death. The suit alleges that the officers violated Floyd’s constitutional rights....

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Ohio Staycations: Places to Visit in and Around the State’s Four Largest Cities

COVID-19 has put a serious damper on vacation plans. Closures, restrictions and quarantines have made air travel challenging. The good news is that there’s plenty to enjoy right in our backyard. Here are some destinations worth checking out in the Buckeye State. Please note: It’s important to follow all protocols put in place by...

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Legal News Roundup: July 8

Here’s a roundup of some major legal stories from the past week. Supreme Court Upholds Ban on Robocalls NPR – The Supreme Court upheld a law that prohibits robocalls to cellphones. They also removed the exception for government-debt collection calls. Justices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan dissented. Read the full story....

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More Than 1 in 10 Patients are Harmed by Medical Mistakes

The Study In July 2019, the University of Manchester’s Dr. Maria Panagioti published an alarming study. It revealed that more than 10 percent of patients are harmed during their medical care. Half of those injuries are preventable. Even worse, 12 percent of the preventable errors led to permanent disability or death. The findings came...

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Legal News Roundup: July 1

Here’s a roundup of some major legal stories from the past week. Coronavirus Regulations Law360 – COVID-19 cases surged in many regions throughout the country. As a result, multiple governors paused reopening plans. LexisNexis has state-by-state data on coronavirus legislation and executive orders. Controversy surrounds Mary Trump’s book. Read the full story. Judge Temporarily...

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2020 Ohio Auto Accident Statistics

With well over 11 million residents, Ohio is the seventh most populated state in the country. As a result, automobile accidents are an everyday occurrence. The Ohio Department of Public Safety published a list of crash statistics for some of the largest counties in the state. If you’ve been injured in an accident, contact...

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