Under the law, all motorists are required to have a minimum amount of car insurance to protect other drivers from accidents and injuries. Most motorists opt for more insurance than the minimum amount, for obvious reasons. However, some motorists throw caution to the wind and make the choice to skip not only extra insurance, but all insurance altogether. How does one proceed when yourself or loved ones have suffered car accident injuries due to uninsured or underinsured motorists?
One moment, everything is fine: you're cruising around on your motorcycle with the wind in your face, the sun on the horizon. The next thing you know, you awake to beeping hospital machines and the panic of not knowing where you are or what happened. That's how quick motorcycle accident injuries can happen and that's how quick it can change your life forever. It is worth it to find out if your motorcycle accident injuries are potentially compensable.
When it comes to public transportation, there are several options at a person's disposal today. One popular way that has existed for decades is bus transportation. Many of us are introduced to buses at an early as a way to get to and from school. However, many adults use buses as a primary mode of transportation, whether getting to work or other places.
Tragedy struck on an Ohio county road earlier this month. While not all car crashes and their corresponding injuries are preventable, this particular crash appears to have been. Preliminary reports are claiming that a distracted driver was the main factor behind the crash. A vehicle driven by the woman who has passed away was initially rear-ended by the alleged distracted driver.
When motorists are traveling in the same direction of traffic, they rarely expect that a vehicle would suddenly change direction. However, anything can happen out on Cincinnati roads, as a recent fatal motorcycle accident near Columbia Parkway teaches us. The investigation has concluded and it was determined that an illegal U-turn was made that resulted in the motorcyclist's fatality.