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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…

Is Distracted or Drunk Driving the Bigger Traffic Safety Threat?

Most Americans are in agreement that drunk driving is wrong, but many of those same people still have no problem texting while driving. However, studies continue to show that distracted…

Why Trucking Accidents are Often More Dangerous Than Car Accidents

Accidents involving commercial trucks are typically much more dangerous than collisions involving two smaller passenger cars. The size and weight of trucks are the main factors that make accidents involving…

Can You Look Up a Safety Record for a Trucking Company?

Tractor-trailers and other large commercial trucks are the foundation of Ohio’s economy. Still, while these vehicles are necessary, they also cause the most serious accidents that result in severe injuries.…

Frequently Asked Questions About Truck Accidents in Ohio

Being involved in an accident can be a traumatic and stressful experience, which can be even worse if the other driver was in a large commercial truck. Accidents involving 18-wheeler…


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