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Car passing a speed monitor going 31 mph in a 25 zone

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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Super Bowl food and beer

An early year event that anyone, football fan or not, can get into is Super Bowl Sunday. Unfortunately, this time of year is also one of the more deadly days of the year for car accidents. If you plan to host or attend a Super Bowl Sunday event, you face many risks on the road. From drunk drivers to being ...

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car lights streaked on a highway

After suffering a car accident, you will likely be reeling with shock and overwhelmed with potential injury and damages. When this happens out of your home state, you face additional complications to your claims process for both car repairs and injury compensation. One of the biggest questions is where to file your claim if out of town after a collision.

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Man in santa hat rubbing neck

On behalf of Tom Diehl, Diehl & Hubbell Law Offices: Avoid these top holiday season dangers so that you and your loved ones can gather for your festivities safely.

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Courts are still figuring out how to deal with accidents involving ride-sharing apps. If you should you ever find yourself in an accident while using a ride-sharing app like Uber or Lyft, this is what you should do.

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Cleveland Browns star defensive end, Myles Garrett, and Pittsburgh’s quarterback, Mason Rudolph, got into an extracurricular scuffle at the end of the game. That is not at all uncommon in football games. But where it went from there was crazy. In the ensuring scuffle, Myles Garret ripped the helmet off Mason Rudolph and smashed him in the head with it.

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For those who couldn’t care less about football you should still keep reading. While the main characters in this note are the NFL owners and a disgruntled ex-quarterback, this note is about contracts and releases and purposefully confusing writings often employed by attorneys, and not about touchdowns and tackling.

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