September School Safety: 3 tips for safe drop-off and pick-up
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 30, 2019
Throughout the month of September, we’ve been sharing safety tips to protect our students in and around their schools and buses. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of our September School Safety Series. By Michael Eisner Whether you're running late for work or hurrying to get the kids home after school, drop-off and...
School Safety: When do you have to stop for a school bus in Ohio?
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 11, 2019
Do you know when to stop for school buses? If you're running late on your commute or already frustrated with traffic, it's tempting to blow off the rules and hope for the best. But is shaving a minute or two off your commute worth the risks? Between 2008 and 2017, more than 1,200...
September School Safety: Why speeding in school zones can be deadly
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 3, 2019
Throughout the month of September, we'll be sharing safety tips to protect our students in and around their schools and buses. Stay tuned for more posts in our September School Safety Series. By Michael Eisner Have you ever wondered why speed limits are so low in school zones? When it comes to car accidents...
Aggravation of Pre-Existing Condition in Ohio Accident Lawsuits
Posted in Accident & Injury on March 13, 2019
By William J. Price For years, you’ve suffered pain from severe arthritis, an old back injury, or some other condition. Your doctors always said you’d need surgery at some point down the road, but there was no need to rush it. Then, you were hurt in an accident. Steps to Take After an "Accelerated"...
Tips to Manage the Financial Fall Out From a Car Accident Accident
Posted in Accident & Injury on November 30, 2018
By William J. Price Auto accidents create debt instantly. As a victim, you could have to pay for medical bills and damage to your car, all while being forced to take time off of work to recover. The biggest expenses - hospital stays, surgery, long-term care, and medication – pile up quickly, creating a...
What to Do If You Were Hurt in an Uber or Lyft Accident in Ohio
Posted in Accident & Injury on November 13, 2018
Whether you don’t have a car of your own or you just need a ride home after a night out, ridesharing services offer an easy, affordable way to get around. They’re also a great way for people who have a car and spare time to make some money on the side. But just like...
How to document your recovery after a car crash
Posted in Accident & Injury on June 8, 2017
By William J. Price Many car crash victims suffer serious injuries that prevent them from caring for themselves and their families or doing the things they love. Whether these struggles will last for months or a lifetime, documenting the recovery period can be an important step toward building the foundation of a case. A...
Concussions: Reducing the Risks for High School Athletes
Posted in Accident & Injury, Health & Wellness on August 2, 2016
On Monday, Aug. 1, high school athletes around the state officially kicked off their training for fall sports. Last year, Ohio High School Athletic Association introduced new regulations to help prevent concussions during football practices, but athletes in every sport are at risk of suffering this common injury. The first match-ups of the season...
Thanksgiving Fire Prevention Tips
Posted in Accident & Injury, Health & Wellness on November 23, 2015
[caption id="attachment_4182" align="alignright" width="300"] Cooking is the number one cause of home fires.[/caption] For many Americans, the best part about Thanksgiving is sitting down to a delicious home-cooked holiday dinner with friends and family. Unfortunately, cooking is the number one cause of home fires and the greatest number of them occur on Thanksgiving Day. The...
You did not sign away all your rights with that injury waiver
Posted in Accident & Injury on September 27, 2013
http://youtu.be/M2aITSwzmoI People participate in many physical activities, usually with an understanding of the associated risks and dangers. The activity could be mild, like riding in a go-kart or extreme, like bungee jumping or skydiving. It seems like everywhere you go, you’re being asked to sign a waiver to exclude someone from being sued. An...