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Can Trucking Companies Contribute to Traffic Accidents?

Many people think that when a truck accident occurs, the truck driver is usually at fault. Unfortunately, it is true that many crashes are caused by negligent truckers who drive while…

What to Do After a Multiple-Vehicle Accident

So, you have been involved in an accident involving multiple vehicles, and even you are not sure who is to blame. Multi-vehicle accidents can be complicated, but there is usually…

Can a Dash Camera Help in Your Personal Injury Case?

Evidence is important in any personal injury case, and that holds true for car accidents. Today, more and more people are installing dash cameras, and they can provide extremely strong…

Understanding a Truck’s “No-Zone”: Avoiding Accidents in Ohio

You know that your vehicle has blind spots and that you are supposed to check them before changing lanes. Large commercial tractor-trailers also have blind spots, and it should not…

Understanding Fault in Semi-Truck Accidents

Under the law, the concept of negligence determines whether or not someone is at fault for an accident. While this rule applies to most injury lawsuits, it applies to all…

Who Can be Held Liable After a Truck Accident?

Truck accidents generally occur due to operator error. Trucks are massive, have several blind spots, and drivers are not always as careful as they should be. The federal government, which…


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