August 2017 Archives

Motorcycle accidents increase in Ohio

Motorcycles are a fast and convenient way to enjoy the road or get to a destination, and thousands of Ohioans own a motorcycle as a primary or secondary vehicle. Thanks to increased awareness and technological advances, the chances of a motorcycle crash resulting in injury or death have fallen overall.

Four Tragic Types Of Amusement Park Accidents

This summer, a ride at the Ohio State Fair broke apart, killing one person and injuring seven. Later investigation revealed that excessive corrosion was the reason for the accident. The ride, called the Fire Ball, was 18 years old. Corrosion on an interior support beam caused the ride to give way while in motion.

Understanding recreational user status in Ohio

Ohio is a great state for outdoor activity, and thousands of people from in and out of state enjoy hiking, fishing and other recreation on public and private lands. Accidents can happen in the forests and fields, and it is important for adventurers to know what protections they can expect.

Fatal bicycle crash highlights worsening trend in Ohio

Ohio roads pose a variety of dangers to motorcyclists, bicyclists and pedestrians. Country highways are beset by speeders, and urban centers contain distracted motorists dealing with many different stimuli. Vigilance is important, as more fatalities occur on the roads every year.

Alcohol suspected in fiery motorcycle crash

Motorcycles are one of the most enjoyable and efficient ways to travel the roads, but motorcyclists are often at a disadvantage on the roads when it comes to safety. Bikes are narrower with fewer lights, which makes them more difficult for car and truck drivers to see. Inattentive drivers -- as well as intoxicated drivers -- can pose a grave danger to motorcycle operators and passengers.

The dangers of drunk driving in Ohio

Drunk driving is a serious problem in Ohio. More than 3,600 people were killed in an accident involving a drunk driver in the decade between 2003 and 2012, with relative rates slightly above the national average. Victims above the age of 20 were at special risk compared to the rest of the United States.

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