For Cincinnati people who are injured in car crashes and the loved one who are left behind after a fatality, the reality of the situation hits hard. As much as Ohioans try not to think about it, auto accidents can occur at any time for a multitude of reasons both incidental and due to recklessness or intoxication. They can result in catastrophic injuries, extensive hospital stays and even death. Often, the only solace to take is by seeking compensation through a legal filing.
Though many teens hate when their parents are repetitive, perhaps there is some benefit to redundancy. This can be demonstrated by the reduction in the number of younger drivers drinking and driving. The multiple documentaries, high school demonstrations and awareness campaigns have paid off, as there was a 38 percent reduction of young adults aged 21 and up drinking and driving in 2014 than there were in 2002. The rate fell even more dramatically in teens, falling from 16.2 in 2002 to 6.6 percent in 2014.
Being involved in any type of car accident can be an extremely stressful experience. However, when the other motorist involved is not properly insured, the aftermath of the accident can take on new layers of complication and stress. There are some simple steps one can take after an accident in order to make the coming process as smooth as possible, however.