A 1-year-old boy is tragically dead following an accident police believe was predicated on alcohol and drug use. Ohio police have not yet filed charges against the driver involved, but they believe he may have been intoxicated. As with most alleged drunk drivers, he could face serious charges and will be expected to appear in court to face them.
Shortly after 6:30 p.m. on a recent Tuesday, a 911 call reported an accident in which one person was injured. Detectives and deputies, along with the fire department, responded to the accident scene in Ohio. This ultimately led to a UTV driver facing felony charges. Sadly, many alcohol-related accidents lead to fatal injuries.
Many researchers have noted a long downward trend in fatal motor vehicle accidents. There are many possible explanations for this change. Seatbelts, airbags and other safety features in cars have clearly been an important factor. Another important factor is a decline in drunk driving.
Two people were seriously injured and five others hospitalized recently after a multi-vehicle accident in Cincinnati. Police said the accident started when one driver was going the wrong way on Interstate 74. Police said they believe alcohol was a factor.
Labor Day will soon be here, and many in Cincinnati are looking forward to a three-day weekend where they can celebrate the end of summer. A beer at a party may not seem like a big deal. But, when a drink goes from one or two to four or more, it could lead to a drunk driving accident.
The unthinkable can happen in the blink of an eye. If you are in an accident with a drunk driver, you or your family can be severely injured. Here's what to do after an accident.
When we hear stories on the news about accidents where it is believed that intoxication was a factor, our eyebrows automatically raise. How could a person choose to get behind the wheel after drinking or using other drugs? The truth is, it happens every day. After a victim is injured in a drunk driving accident, it's important to understand that the drunk driver can be sued in a personal injury claim on top of facing criminal charges.
It can be really hard to understand why anyone would drive drunk. in today's modern age, there are ride- sharing options like Uber and Lyft, and, of course, a good old-fashioned taxi cab or ride from a friend are all viable options. However, drunk driving accidents do occur due to a person's decision to get behind the wheel intoxicated.
Now that summer is upon us, drivers may notice more traffic on the roads. Most of the time Cincinnati area residents get to their destinations safely, but, occasionally, a serious accident occurs. A car accident can affect a family for many years to come, causing financial and emotional burdens.
Most drivers in the Cincinnati area have been the victim of a bad driver. No matter how well we drive, there are always hazards on the road that we can't control. Those who choose to drive drunk, text and drive, speed, or engage in other dangerous behaviors risk creating a serious car accident.