If you’ve been hurt in a car accident, Diehl & Hubbell is here for you. By focusing on motor vehicle accident cases, we have acquired a depth of knowledge and experience. We exclusively represent victims of car accidents — never insurance companies — in Warren County, Butler County, and throughout Southwest Ohio.
There are many stories of lottery winners who have won huge sums of money and 5-10 years later were broke. You may never win the lottery, but you could come into a large sum of money, whether it’s an inheritance, the sale of a business, or a legal settlement.
With spring in full force, motorcyclists across the country are gearing up for another riding season. Safety equipment, including Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS
On January 3, 2023, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed Senate Bill 288 into law, bolstering the state’s laws related to distracted driving. Learn about the new law and its changes before it takes effect on April 3, 2023.
Ohio recently enacted a law prohibiting the use of handheld electronic devices while driving. Ohio Revised Code Section 4511.204 provides “No person shall operate a motor vehicle on any street, highway or property open to the public for vehicular traffic while using, holding or physically supporting with any part of the person’s body an electric wireless communication device.”
Everyone’s first reaction when they see a vehicle with flashing lights parked at the side of the road is to slow down and take a good look. Everyone does it, and it even has a name: Looky-loos. Seeing flashing lights by the roadside makes us curious.
Distracted driving is a major cause of crashes, injuries, and deaths among teenagers. In fact, teens are especially vulnerable to driver distraction because of their age, their inexperience, and the fact that they are still learning the rules of the road.
The aftermath of an auto accident is chaotic for everyone involved, especially if one or more people are injured. However, if you’re ever in a car accident, you need to avoid certain big mistakes. These mistakes could prevent you from receiving compensation for your injuries or make your lawsuit less effective.
Celebrating Green Beer Day is a fun tradition…if you do so responsibly. At least fifty Americans die from drunk driving-related accidents every St. Patrick’s Day, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Others are injured or arrested as the result of getting behind the wheel of a car after having a few too many.
The Robinson v. Bates case changed how courts in Ohio look at personal injury cases. Before this case, plaintiffs could recover the full amount of medical expenses incurred following an injury.