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Best Ideas to Avoid Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is everywhere. It could be the driver in the lane next to you on the highway or the driver behind you at a red light. It can result in a rear-end collision, sideswipe, head-on collision, or T-bone accident. The term “distracted driving” is broad and often ranges in severity. For example, a driver...

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Cleveland Attorney Discusses Rollover Accident Risks

Pickups and SUVs have soared in popularity in the past few years, especially here in Ohio. They used to be the most dangerous vehicles on the road until new technology put them on par with sedans in terms of safety, which likely contributed to their rise in popularity. However, their size makes them more likely...

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Nighttime is the Most Dangerous Time to Be on the Road, Cleveland Attorneys Discuss

It’s that time of year again. Shorter days means more time driving in the dark. The risk of a fatal car accident is three times greater at night, according to the National Safety Council. Key factors include:  Limited visibility: This means more than just “driving in the dark.” Depth perception, color recognition and peripheral vision, each essential...

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Cleveland Attorneys Discuss Traumatic Brain Injury After A Crash

You were just involved in an auto accident in greater Cleveland. You may or may not have lost consciousness. Perhaps you have recurring headaches. Perhaps you’re unable to remember exactly what happened, or you feel confused and disorientated. You may have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). TBIs are often caused by auto accidents. They...

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The Risks of Fall Driving – Cleveland Attorney Explains What To Know

November ushers in a slew of roadway hazards for Cleveland drivers. With the end of daylight savings, drivers must adjust to shorter days and longer periods of nighttime driving. Additionally, weather and environmental conditions can make driving risky, especially when speeding, distracted driving, or impaired driving are thrown into the mix. Limited visibility & increased...

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Excessive Speeding A Serious Danger On Cleveland Streets

Speeding drivers are a common danger to road users in Cleveland. No matter how skilled someone may be behind the wheel, all it takes is one wrong maneuver at an excessive speed to cause a devastating accident. Why Speeding On City Streets Is So Dangerous In 2016, there was a total of 10,111 speed-related road deaths across the...

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Cleveland Truck Safety Violations Spike, Troopers Warn

Truck safety violations, such as improper loading, faulty brakes or drivers who lack the appropriate training, are on the rise. The Ohio Highway Patrol's Motor Carrier Enforcement Division is engaged in special enforcement and alerting other motorists to the danger. As reported by Cleveland's ABC-5, the Ohio Highway Patrol issued 30,850 commercial vehicle citations in...

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Cleveland Car Accident Risk Heightened at Dangerous Intersections

Intersections pose a notoriously high risk to motorists, no matter where they are located. One driver is trying to go left, another straight and another right. Throw in additional lanes, pedestrians, bicyclists, emergency vehicles, bus stops and more, and it's no wonder that so many serious crashes happen at intersections. Many of these accidents occur...

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Summer a Dangerous Time for Teen Drivers in Ohio

From now until the end of summer will be the most dangerous time of the year on the road for teen drivers. The American Automobile Association (AAA) calls the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day the "100 Deadliest Days" for teenagers. Traffic collisions involving teen drivers will kill an average of 10 motorists a day...

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Cleveland Drivers Endangered By Hands-Free Devices

Across the country, drivers are falling victim to a dangerous belief. Hands-free devices and technologies (such as voice commands or texting dictation) are often portrayed as a safer alternative to handheld mobile devices. Forbes reports that 70 percent of survey respondents said they used hands-free devices for safety reasons. Some 80 percent of respondents believed...

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