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Car Accident Lawyers in Seven Mile

Car Crash Attorneys in Seven Mile, Ohio

Seven Mile is in Butler County, Ohio. According to Ohio State Patrol, in 2021, there were 139 crashes investigated by the agency. There have already been 159 auto collisions investigated by the Ohio State Patrol in 2022 to this point. One hundred forty-three distracted driving citations were given by OSP in 2021, and 53 distracted driving citations have been given in 2022 so far. If you have been involved in a car accident, the car crash attorneys in Seven Mile can help you through this incredibly complicated process, helping you secure fair compensation for your injuries.

What are the Most Common Injuries Associated with Ohio Car Accidents?

Injuries suffered by those involved in car accidents usually fall into two categories—impact injuries and penetrating injuries. Impact injuries occur when the body of a driver or passenger is held by a safety restraint, hit by an airbag, or makes sudden contact with the steering wheel, windshield, dashboard, or another part of the vehicle.

One of the most common injuries associated with Ohio car accidents is soft tissue injuries. Any trauma to the skin, muscle, tendon, or ligament falls under soft tissue injuries. Whiplash is possibly the most prevalent soft tissue injury resulting from car accidents. Whiplash can cause serious pain, limited range of motion, and chronic headaches and dizziness.

Scrapes and cuts are very common injuries following a car accident, usually caused by broken glass or car parts. Head injuries, including concussions and more serious traumatic brain injuries, are also common injuries resulting from car accidents. While a concussion may result in only minor symptoms that last weeks, or possibly months, a traumatic brain injury can alter the life of the victim forever.

Other common car accident injuries include broken ribs, internal injuries, neck and back injuries, facial lacerations causing scarring and disfigurement, and burns.

What are the Most Common Causes of Seven Mile Car Accidents?

The most common causes of car accidents include the following:

  • Distracted driving
  • Impaired driving
  • Driving while overly fatigued
  • Reckless or careless driving
  • Accidents caused by inclement weather
  • Accidents caused by defective car parts
  • Excess speed
  • Teenage drivers who are inexperienced
  • Night driving

Distracted driving has quickly moved up the list as one of the most common causes of car accidents.

What Should You Do Following a Seven Mile Car Accident?

Obtaining medical treatment following your Seven Mile car accident should be your first priority. If you fail to obtain medical attention, then later file a claim for damages, the insurance company may say you were not seriously injured from the accident, and only later decided to claim damages.

After obtaining medical attention, if you are able, you should obtain contact information from any potential witnesses, and take photographs with your phone of the scene of the accident, including the vehicles and anything in the surrounding area that could have contributed to the accident. Once you are home, contact your own insurance company and let them know about the accident, relaying only the pertinent details.

Write down every single detail you can remember about the accident. The smallest detail can end up being more important than you might think and can help your attorney build a case on your behalf. Next, you should contact an attorney. Contacting experienced car crash attorneys in Seven Mile from Kruger & Hodges can make a significant difference in the outcome of your claim.

How Do You Avoid Car Crashes?

One of the best ways to avoid a car crash is to keep your distance, driving far enough behind the car in front of you to allow yourself to stop safely. This is particularly true in bad weather situations. Avoid situations that could cause you to suddenly use your brakes. If a driver is following you too closely, or you think another driver is not paying attention, keep your distance and remain alert. Avoid distractions by:

  • Not taking your eyes off the road to eat
  • Not changing GPS settings or other car control settings
  • Not looking for your phone, talking on the phone, typing a text or reading a text
  • Not turning around to check on children or pets in the back

Remember, it only takes a second or less of distraction to end up in a car accident. Finally, never drive when you are overly drowsy or impaired and make a point of driving the speed limit.

How the Kruger & Hodges Car Crash Attorneys in Seven Mile Can Help

If you have been involved in a Seven Mile car crash, you may be injured—perhaps severely—and may be unable to return to the job you did prior to your accident. You could be facing a mountain of medical expenses and if you are unable to return to work, you may not even be able to pay your normal monthly expenses. Your life may seem overwhelming. The Kruger & Hodges car crash attorneys in Seven Mile are here to help you. We have helped many, many people just like you—people who, through no fault of their own, found themselves injured, unsure of what the future held.

Once you have received initial medical treatment, we hope you will reach out to the Kruger & Hodges car accident attorneys. We understand it can be difficult to find a lawyer you can trust. We will earn your trust at every turn, ensuring you are properly compensated for your car accident. We have years of experience representing personal injury victims and pride ourselves on being available to our clients. Contact the Kruger & Hodges car crash lawyers in Seven Mile to discuss your car accident and your options.

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