In a nearby Ohio community an hour north of Cincinnati, a recent hit-and-run motorcycle accident left a motorcyclist with serious injuries. According to authorities, a motor vehicle struck the motorcycle and then left the scene. Police reported that the motor vehicle caused the accident that injured the motorcyclist. The 50-year old motorcycle accident victim suffered a serious head injury in the motorcycle accident and was taken to the hospital. Authorities took measurements following the accident and were investigating what happened.
Though, driving is an activity that many people engage in across the country on a daily basis, it is a skill that is honed with age and experience. Driving on the road requires attention to changing road conditions, the ability to react quickly to other drivers and alertness. Therefore, someone who has been driving for 10 years may be a better driver than someone who has been only driving for 10 months.
Though most Ohio drivers may do their best to drive safely on the road, the sad reality is that car crashes happen daily on the roads. Drivers and their passengers may get injured in the accident and some may even lose their lives due to the catastrophic injuries sustained in the accident. While it may not be on their mind at that time, accident victims and their loved ones may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent driver who caused the accident. The question family members and victims may have is, how does one start a lawsuit?
An investigation is underway into a recent fatal truck accident in Ohio. Two motorcycles that had to pull off onto the emergency turnaround were hit by a tractor-trailer that drove off the side of the road. As a result, a 41-year-old female passenger on one of the motorcycles was killed, and the driver of that motorcycle was taken to the hospital for treatment.
When an Ohio resident leaves their house in the morning, be it for work or to run an errand, they say goodbye to their loved ones under the assumption that they will return home soon. When they do not return due to a tragic accident that was caused by someone else's negligence, family members may strive to come to terms with their loss. When they learn their loved one was hit by a drunk driver, it is even more frustrating-a drunk driving accident is one that is completely avoidable had the driver not gotten behind the wheel intoxicated.