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Understanding the New Distracted Driver Law in Ohio

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In April 2023, the Buckeye State transitions from having one of the narrowest and weakest cell phone laws in the nation to enacting one of the broadest and strongest of such provisions. “Signing this bill today is a great honor because this legislation will, without a doubt, prevent crashes and save lives,” Governor Mike DeWine…

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What to Do if You Were Hit By a Drunk Driver

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Nobody expects to be hit by a drunk driver when they get behind the wheel of a car. Likewise, nobody anticipates suffering serious injuries in an alcohol-impaired crash when they buckle into a passenger seat in the car of a friend or family member. However, drunk driving crashes happen more often than you might expect.…

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Negligence Per Se and Drunk Driving Cases

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How do you prove fault in a drunk driving case? What type of evidence will you need to show that the drunk driver is liable? Is a drunk driver always at fault, no matter what? These are questions that injured people often have after a serious collision caused by an intoxicated driver. Depending upon the…

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Bringing a Drunk Driving Claim

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Drunk driving accidents in Hamilton and throughout Butler County can be devastating. Every year, drunk drivers cause serious and deadly collisions in Ohio and across the country. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an average of 32 people die in drunk driving accidents every day in the United States. That number comes…

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Suing for Injuries Caused by a Drunk Driver

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Drunk driving causes thousands of deaths each year and even more nonfatal injuries. When drivers get behind the wheel after consuming too much alcohol, they can cause debilitating and fatal injuries. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the costs of drunk driving are significant. To be sure, drunk driving results in physical…

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