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Take care, Ohio residents, on those snowy roads!

Northeast Ohio has been hit pretty hard so far in 2019 with some capricious weather. Residents have been dealing with a wild mixture of sleet, freezing rain, heavy snows and bitterly cold temperatures that get followed almost immediately by sudden warm snaps -- only to start the cycle all over again.

Accident with truck leaves Ohio woman struggling

A single mother to three young children in Ohio is struggling to regain some sense of normalcy in her life following a devastating accident with a truck on Nov. 1, 2018. The woman was traveling on U.S. 50 when a dump truck suddenly crossed into her lane, giving her nowhere to turn and no time to avoid a head-on collision.

Common questions about right-of-way in Ohio

If you have recently been involved in an accident in the state of Ohio, it is likely that you will be concerned with the process of deciding who is at fault. Fault can have implications on any lawsuits that arise from the accident, and it may affect your ability to gain additional damages.

Am I at fault automatically if I was texting before an accident?

When a car accident occurs in the state of Ohio, one of the first priorities after ensuring the safety of those involved is establishing fault. This can be a very difficult thing to do because there are often many different causal factors that lead up to an event such as a car accident.

Settling a concussion claim after a car accident

If you have been involved in a serious car accident, it is likely that you suffered some form of head injury or concussion. These injuries can have a profound impact on a person's life, because they can lead to effects such as memory loss, depression and balance issues.

Your rights after an Ohio car accident

After being involved in an accident, it can be confusing to know what actions to take. In general, you should always file a Crash Report with the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) when an injury occurred, when there was $400 or more damage done to property or if there was a driver involved who lacked adequate car insurance.

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