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Drunk driving a serious problem in Ohio

| Apr 2, 2019 | Drunk Driving Accidents

Most Cincinnati area residents understand the importance of safe driving. Safe driving means that a driver is not engaged in dangerous behaviors, such as speeding, texting, or drinking. Despite knowing that drinking can lead to serious drunk driving accidents, some area residents still engage in it.

It is estimated that every 7.8 hours a person is killed on an Ohio road. Many of these accidents are preventable, as one third were caused by alcohol. Alcohol has dangerous effects on a person’s body and impairs their reaction time and coordination, harms their vision, and inhibits their judgment and concentration. A person who is driving while impaired can easily cause an accident by veering into another lane, driving the wrong way on a road, hitting a bicyclist, motorcyclist or pedestrian, or many other situations.

Drunk driving accidents are a serious problem in the Cincinnati region. If a person believes they or a family member have been involved in an accident that involved a drunk driver, they may want to speak with a legal professional who is skilled in personal injury. An attorney can help the victim get the answers they deserve as to what caused the accident. They can visit the accident scene, interview witnesses and review the police report to get to the bottom of the incredibly stressful situation. Compensation may be available for medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages and other damages.

Those who choose to drive drunk need to understand how their actions can affect other people. If a drunk driver has caused a serious car accident, they need to be held accountable.

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