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How do I get damages for an Ohio car accident?

In the days following a car accident, you may need to handle a variety of stressful matters, such as arranging treatment for your injuries, getting your car fixed or replaced and worrying about your work situation. In the middle of all this, you also need to think about financial matters now and in the future.

Safe winter driving tips

Car accidents are possible at any time, but when Ohio winters hit, the chances of being involved in a collision increase dramatically. Snow, ice and wet roads can make your travels dangerous, whether you are completing a 20-minute commute or heading a few hours out of town. The Ohio State Highway Patrol has reported that between 25,000 and 28,000 accidents happen each month across the state during the winter. Reducing those numbers means safer roadways and less injuries for all drivers. Here are some tips on staying safe behind the wheel this season.

Keeping our school zones safe

School is back in full swing. With it comes a number of changes from the summer, but whether you have kids or not, it's important to be safe in school zones and around school related traffic. It's no surprise that pedestrian collisions are much higher during the school year than not, so take note of a few best practices to increase safety and try to avoid a preventable car accident.

What to do after a car accident: A 7-step guide

Most people have difficulty thinking clearly during the chaos following an accident. If you are involved in a car accident, the most important thing to remember is to try to stay calm. Here are seven steps you can take to stay safe, keep calm and minimize stress.

Riders can prevent motorcycle accidents this season

As the weather warms, you may be tempted to take your motorcycle out of the garage and enjoy a more fuel-efficient method of transportation than your car. You might let the bike take over as a primary source of transportation to work, or you might decide to go on long rides down the highways with friends. But as you hang up your car keys and start up your motorcycle, it's important to be aware that your chances of being injured or killed on your bike are much higher than they are when you are in your car. Research from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) indicates that motorcyclists are killed in crashes 30 times more often than those in a car. This doesn't necessarily mean you are doomed to crash. It just means you need to be smart about the way you ride.

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