What to Do if You’re Injured at a Waterpark
Posted in Accident & Injury, Health & Wellness on July 28, 2023
National Waterpark Day is a time for fun, adventure, and creating lasting memories with family and friends. However, it's essential to remember that accidents can happen, even in the safest environments. Knowing your rights and taking appropriate steps is crucial if you find yourself injured while enjoying waterpark attractions. Follow these steps to protect...
Guide to Liability in Summer Sport Accidents
Posted in Accident & Injury, Health & Wellness on July 24, 2023
Summer is a season of adventure, outdoor activities, and sports that bring joy and excitement to people of all ages. Accidents can happen while engaging in these activities; unfortunately, injuries may occur. In the event of a summer sports accident, understanding liability becomes crucial for determining who is responsible and seeking fair compensation for...
Black Friday Parking and Shopping Tips
Posted in Accident & Injury on November 23, 2022
It's one of the busiest days for shopping, and the influx of many shoppers can be extremely dangerous. In total, there have been 125 injuries and 17 deaths associated with Black Friday sales. Here are eight tips on how to make your Black Friday shopping safer for you and your loved ones. Parking Watch...
Can Ohioans With Alzheimer’s Be Held Liable For Vehicle Collisions?
Posted in Accident & Injury, Automobile, Car Accident on November 17, 2022
November is Alzheimer's Disease Awareness Month, a month dedicated to raising awareness for the disease. Alzheimer's is a progressive, deadly brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking, and reasoning skills. People with moderate to severe Alzheimer's disease should never be behind the wheel. Memory and decision-making skills worsen as the disease...
Pedestrian Safety: Statistics & Tips – 2021 Update
Posted in Accident & Injury, Health & Wellness, In the news on July 13, 2021
Despite fewer cars on the roads last year, pedestrian fatalities increased. The Governors Highway Safety Association estimates that there were 6,721 pedestrian deaths in 2020, a nearly five-percent increase from 2019. Per mile driven, pedestrian fatalities increased just over 20% in the first half of 2020 with risky driving to blame. Pedestrian fatalities have...