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.
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.
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.
Dangers of Super Bowl Sunday
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 overly exhausted after a late party night, you face a higher chance of a motor vehicle collision on this fun-filled day.
What To Do After An Out-Of-State Car Accident
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.
Is social media hurting your personal injury case?
Social media has become such an ingrained part of our daily lives and society that sharing with family, friends, and coworkers our experiences in life seems almost second-nature.
Top Holiday Season Dangers to Avoid in 2020
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.
Drinksgiving or Black Wednesday Plans this Thanksgiving? Be Careful
Over the past decade, as shoppers leave their Thanksgiving Day tables to snag deep Black Friday sales discounts at their favorite stores, some have already begun celebrating this holiday the night before
Call your Auto Insurance Agent About This Right Now!
If you have car insurance and health insurance, I believe it is unnecessary to carry Med Pay, and I can tell you there are times when you definitely don’t want to use it!
In An Accident While Riding In An Uber/Lyft?
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.