Should I Call a Personal Injury Lawyer After My Car Accident in Ohio?

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Ask yourself the six questions listed on this infographic to decide whether to call a lawyer for help after a car accident. If you answer “yes” to any of the questions, we recommend calling a lawyer.
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What is the social cost of car accidents?

Motor vehicle accidents take a huge toll on victims, their families, and another entity you may not have considered — society. The social cost of car accidents can be both economic and noneconomic. Some ways car accidents affect the economy include:

Increased insurance premiums: Too many accidents can increase everyone’s insurance premiums, regardless of whether you have ever been…

What are common emotional and psychological effects of traumatic brain injury?

When people consider the expenses of brain injuries, they often only consider the physical effects and the costs of medical treatment. However, the emotional and psychological effects of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be even further-reaching. Below, we detail common psychological and emotional effects of TBI and how you can recover compensation for them.
Lost Quality of Life
After a…

Seat Back Failure During Accident Poses Risk to Children in Back Seat

Several recent lawsuits have brought a serious risk to light that consumers should be aware of: seat back failure. When rear-ended, front seats in some vehicles may fail, causing the occupant to fly backwards — and crash into whoever is sitting in the backseat.
The Danger of Seat Back Failures
According to a CBS News investigation, more than 100 people have been severely injured or killed in…

NHTSA Proposal Would Require Cars to “Talk” to Each Other by 2020

In early 2016, two self-driving vehicles were involved in serious accidents because their sensors failed to notice the actions of other vehicles on the road.

With smarter technology, these accidents could have been avoided. Luckily, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is currently close to passing a law that would require all new cars to talk to each other by 2020.

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