Sure, you know when you're on the road that you're always taking a chance you'll end up in a car accident -- but what about when you're trying to take a swim at the local gym?
A rollover accident can be absolutely deadly -- no matter what type of vehicle you are in. Trauma is literally inflicted from all sides until the vehicle comes to a final stop. The more the vehicle rolls, the greater the likelihood of serious injury or death to the occupants.
If you commute, you're probably in your car a lot more than you'd like to be -- and, frankly, sometimes people just get hungry or thirsty when they're on the road.
Despite all the public service announcements urging drivers to pay attention to the road, distracted driving continues to be a major problem on American highways and streets. Distracted driving causes nine deaths every day and approximately $40 billion in economic losses yearly.
You know you're supposed to "buckle up" when you get in the car -- even for a short drive. If you happen to get into a car accident, your seat belt can save you from serious injury. It can also save you from unnecessary complications when you make a claim for compensation when the other driver is at fault for the accident.
Cities have been gradually trying to encourage more people to take up walking as a way to reduce traffic congestion. The only problem is that walking around somewhere can get you hurt or killed in an accident very easily.
If you spend any time traveling through the cities and towns of Ohio, and you'll notice a unique architectural feature on a number of roads: the roundabout.
The driver of a Chevrolet Cruze was lucky to walk away from a horrifying accident on Ohio's Interstate 70 near Bethel Township.
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.
A drunk driver injured herself and left a young couple dead -- and six children without their mother and father in Akron, Ohio -- after a crash in a residential area of the city.