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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

As May ushers in warmer weather, many avid motorcyclists are preparing for the beginning of their riding season. Since this month is Motorcycle Safety Awareness month, it's a great time to review important steps for remaining safe while cruising along the many roadways of Ohio.

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Dangers That Grass Clippings in the Road Pose to Motorcyclists

With summer just around the corner, many Ohioans are preparing their motorcycles for a new riding season. Riders face many dangers while cruising state roadways, and grass clippings blown into the street pose a significant hazard. This type of yard waste can be slippery and unstable, quickly causing motorcyclists to lose control when riding over them.

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Are Car Accident Settlements Taxable?

With the deadline for filing your 2020 federal income taxes fast approaching, you may be wondering if your car accident settlement is taxable. While the purpose of your compensation was to cover the damages you suffered physically, emotionally, and financially, typically, taxes are not owed. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) treats these payments as exempt since they are neither wages nor salary. But, like anything in government, there are exceptions.

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Distracted Driving in Ohio

The National Safety Council (NSC) asks drivers around the nation to reconsider looking at their phones during national Distracted Driving Awareness Month this April. This effort is designed to encourage new and experienced drivers to put aside their cell phones and keep their minds on the road ahead.

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Ohio Phantom Driver Accidents

When someone causes an accident, knowingly or unknowingly, that causes others on the road to cause an accident, they are what is known as a phantom driver. Also referred to as no-contact accidents, these types of motor vehicle collisions typically involve the phantom driver continuing driving (miss-and-skip). These situations can be unfortunate because often there is no contact information or evidence left behind linking the liable driver to the crash.

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Substantial Wage Loss Due to a Negligent Driver

After sustaining serious injuries in a car accident, your entire world could be turned upside down. It is not uncommon to spend a significant amount of time recovering emotionally, physically and financially after such an experience.

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Pursuing a Traumatic Brain Injury Claim After an Ohio Car Accident

Trauma to the brain, whether from hitting your head on the steering wheel when an airbag fails to deploy or by a side impact causing your body to slam against the side of your interior, can bring long-term health impacts that you may never fully recover. When these injuries occur because of another driver being reckless or negligent on the road, you have the right to compensation for the harm they caused you or your loved one suffering from a traumatic brain injury (TBI).

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Keeping Safe from Aggressive Drivers

One experience many Ohio drivers are familiar with is an angry motorist cutting them off or blaring their horn in frustration when commuting to or from work. These incidents are unfortunate and just mild examples of a growing road rage problem across the United States. A recent report by AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety highlighted this when it found that 80% of drivers have committed at least one road rage incident in 2020.

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Most Common Tactics Insurance Companies Use to Avoid High Settlements

Most people buy their car insurance policies based on the promise of superb customer service by a company that cares about the well-being of their customers. This is not remotely the case once one has survived a car accident and needs their damages compensated by their or the liable party’s carrier. Insurance companies are all about profit and go out of their way to protect their profits by avoiding claim payouts.

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The Dangers of Speeding

Currently, speeding is one of the primary factors in car accidents in Ohio and throughout the United States. Coupled with other contributing elements like distracted or drunken driving, collisions become even deadlier for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians.

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