Drunk driving accidents happen all across Ohio. But, our state is not the only state where these occur. For example, on what can only be described as a heart breaking Christmas Eve, a police officer from another state was killed by a drunk driver in a horrific crash.
An at-fault party in a serious car accident is not always as easily determined as one might think. Sometimes an investigation by a crash reconstruction specialist is required to solidify the facts. In particular, where death or serious injuries occur, a crash reconstruction can provide vital evidence that may be used in court.
The Ohio highway patrol has released a highlight reel of video taken during drunk or drugged driving stops over a period of 24 hours, in hopes that it will deter driving under the influence this holiday season.
Drunk drivers can be held liable for more than personal injury after an accident. They may also face civil penalties for property damage. Such is the case for a 28-year-old Blue Ash man who crashed his 2004 Acura into a guardrail in Madeira just before midnight on September 29th.
The 2018 holiday season has arrived. For many people, this means office Christmas parties and celebrations with family and friends. On the flip side, for people who have lost loved ones or may be separated from family, it can be a depressing time. In either situation, at an after-hours party or saddled up to a bar, there is often alcohol involved. This could later leads to drunk driving.