Common Types of Medical Malpractice

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Types of Medical Malpractice

Any one of us, at any time, could have an accident or illness that may require medical care.  Emergency medical care, routine surgeries and routine consultations are a part of nearly every American’s way of life.  It is important that our medical system and medical professionals are held to the highest standards of safety and care.

Don’t be fooled… medical mistakes and malpractice occurrences can happen in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

Common Types of Medical Malpractice

  • Birth and Delivery Negligence
  • Surgical Errors
  • Misdiagnosis
  • Medication Errors

The Journal of American Medicine Association cites that 34% of all malpractice claims for inpatients were the result of surgical errors. According to a study by  the New England Journal of Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYNs) were estimated to be involved in about 20% of malpractice cases.

Misdiagnosis accounted for almost 50% of all outpatient errors.

How to be Vigilant

Protecting yourself and your loved ones is essential.

  • Research your physician
  • Research your hospital system
  • Have a loved one present at all times
  • Have a thorough understanding – Ask questions
  • Get a second or third opinion
  • Call for help the moment you suspect a problem or error

Medical mistakes and malpractice can have a profound impact on your life, and may even result in a tragic, preventable death.  It is essential that we all hold our medical systems and our physicians to the highest standards!

If you or a loved one was a victim of medical mistakes or malpractice, you must contact me immediately.  I have been fighting for the rights of victims for over 36 years!

I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.

Mental Illness Dangers and Motor Vehicle Accidents

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Mental Health Issues Coupled with Drug or Alcohol Abuse is a Serious Concern

The National Alliance on Mental Illness cites that 1 of every 5 adults in the US suffers from some form of mental illness. This amounts to almost 44 MILLION people!  Within is group, NAMI estimates 1 in every 25 adults (about 10 million people) have a serious mental illness. Defined as psychological illness that interferes with everyday life and mundane life activities, serious mental illnesses have little support or rehabilitation options in our community. Unfortunately, the more prevalent these cases become, the more instances of tragedy follow.

In May, a 26 year old Navy Veteran drove his vehicle onto the sidewalk in New York City’s popular Times Square, killing 1 and injuring dozens of other pedestrians.

Unfortunately, Rojas’ story is all to familiar for thousands of Americans. A loved one is unable to function in society, often due to anger and mental health issues – Exacerbated by drug or alcohol abuse.  In this specific case, Mr. Rojas was also suspected to be high on synthetic drugs or marijuana laced with PCP – both powerful and dangerous drugs that are prone to causing paranoia, violent outbursts and even temporary psychosis.

Repeat ‘Offenders’ are True Dangers to All of Us

Mr. Rojas allegedly was motivated by voices in his head that told him to kill innocent people. He also admitted that he thought he would subsequently be shot and killed by officers. 18 Year old Alyssa Elsman paid the ultimate price.  I cannot even imagine how horrible it it for a family to embark on a vacation only to return with their eldest daughter in a casket. This tragedy gained national headlines and our hearts ached for the family – yet we have very little in place to prevent something like this from happening again.

Richard Rojas has a long history of mental health issues – Many go as far as to say there were apparent and untreated issues in his time in the US Navy. Furthermore, he had two recent DUI arrests in the state of NY, including one in which he was doing almost TWICE the legal speed limit.  Another arrest occurred for menacing, after he threatened someone over a notary request/  This should be have been yet another red flag. Mr. Rojas is the prime example of someone that should not have a driver’s license.

While an individual like Mr. Rojas cannot have his license suspended as a result of erratic behavior, the accompanying drug or alcohol abuse is often a way to prevent the individual from being on the roadways.

The System is Broken – Enacting Change is Essential

Who is to say that an individual high on drugs or drunk on alcohol is any more or less dangerous than an individual with serious psychological health issues, and an inaccurate perception of reality?

In today’s culture, we have very little in place to prevent someone from doing exactly what Mr. Rojas did – murdering an innocent victim.

If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a motor vehicle accident or any other type of incident, contact my offices today.  We can support you, and guide you through the process – and fight for your right to fair compensation.

I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.

 

What’s Covered Under Ohio Workers’ Compensation?

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Workers’ Compensation Scope: Do you know what may or may not be covered?

Understanding what is or is not covered under a workers’ compensation claim is very important – Particularly if you or a loved one has suffered an injury!  As a general rule, if your injury resulted from something work related, it would be covered under a workers’ compensation claim. Work related illnesses, such as occupational cancers, can also be covered under Ohio workers’ compensation laws.  Unfortunately, in some complicated situations an injury or illness can be difficult to prove or substantiate, particularly if your employer is less than supportive.

The Rules of Thumb for Workers’ Compensation in Ohio

  1. Typically, an injury at work that can be treated successfully with a general first aid kit is not an injury that is eligible for a workers’ compensation claim. This could be cuts, bruises, fall injuries – If it subsides and your injury is able to be treated successfully, then you may not file a claim.  However, it is important to remember that even something that may seem minor now can have serious repercussions down the road!
  2. Offsite injuries may also be covered under workers’ compensation claims. For instance, if you are driving from an appointment back to the office, or if you are sent on a work related errand, an injury would be covered.  If you are commuting to or from work, your injury would typically not be covered in the event of an accident or incident. This is known as the ‘Coming and Going Rule” The general rule here is if you are being paid to do what you are doing at the time an injury occurred then it would be covered under workers’ compensation.
  3. Illnesses and long term injuries, like carpel tunnel, may also be covered. Occupational illnesses can be covered in instances where a person is continually exposed to toxic chemicals such as if a fire fighter or miner.
  4. Mental and psychiatric conditions may also be covered. If you experienced a traumatic event and suffered PTSD – You may be eligible for worker’ compensation benefits.
  5. Voluntary events, like fitness challenges or group activities are typically not compensated in the event of an injury.
  6. Natural deterioration is not covered – but aggravating an existing or past injury may be covered under Ohio law. This is different for a pre-existing illness and the rule is that a disease will not likely be compensated if it was not contracted as a direct result of employment – aggravating or causing re-occurrence may not be covered.

Overall, it is very important that everyone understands what may or may not be covered in the scope of workers’ compensation.  It is not uncommon for many individuals to have suffered an injury or illness, only to fail to report it because they did not believe it was covered.

If you or a loved one was injured at work, you must contact my offices immediately. Worker’s compensation claims can be incredibly complicated! I will be there to support you, every step of the way.

I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.

 

Brachial Plexus Injury During Childbirth

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Brachial Plexus Birth Injury

A brachial plexus injury is quite common during childbirth and delivery, but severe cases can be cause for concern. The brachial plexus, is a group or network of nerves that can become injured during a complicated birth. Brachial plexus birth injuries are also commonly known as Erb’s Palsy, Brachial Palsy and other similar variations. It is incredibly important that an injury be immediately identified and evaluated so the proper course of remedy can be implemented.

Understanding Brachial Plexus Injuries

During child birth, a baby’s shoulders pass through the birth canal as their head or neck is being pulled.  This process can result  in an injury to the brachial plexus.  If a physician stretches your baby’s shoulders during a head first delivery it can also cause an injury to the brachial plexus nerve network.

Alternatively, injury to the brachial plexus can occur during a breech or feet first birth, if the doctor puts excess pressure on his or her raised arms.

There are various types of Brachial Plexus injury

If your baby is affected in the upper arms, this is commonly referred to as Erb’s Palsy or Erb-Duchenne Paralysis. Minor cases of injury to the Brachial Plexus nerve network can be easily remedied.

The less common injury type is Klumpke Paralysis which affects the lower arm or hand. This may be indicative of a more serious issue and should be immediately reported to your physician.

Common causes of Brachial Plexus Injuries (Erb’s Palsy)

If you feel your baby is lacking movement in the shoulder or arms, or has an absent Moro reflex, this could be a sign that an injury has occurred.  If your baby seems to have his or her arm bent and closely held to their body or hanging limp with a lack of movement – Your child may have suffered an injury to the brachial plexus during childbirth.  It is critical that you seek help immediately!

There are several causes commonly recognized that may result in a Brachial Plexus injury.

  1. Breech births
  2. Use of forceps or extraction tools
  3. Larger size or infant weight
  4. Obesity in Mom
  5. Diabetes in Mom
  6. Other birth complications

In severe cases, the injury can result is a lifetime of pain and suffering, and permanent loss of use to affected shoulder, arm or hand. Nerve injury and damage should be taken very seriously! If you think your baby may have been injured during delivery, you must call me immediately.

I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.

Bus Accidents

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The ABCs of Buses

Buses and other mass transportation vehicles pose unique dangers on the roadways and for passengers.

With an estimated 1 million registered buses on the roads across the US, bus accident liability is largely misunderstood.  Unlike maritime law and other mass forms of transportation, busing still follows a completely antiquated regulatory policy – Meaning if tragedy strikes, there is very little compensation to be had.

Buses pose a unique set of dangers as a result of many factors;

  1. Employee and driver accountability
  2. Roadside and traffic hazards
  3. Equipment failure
  4. Weather and outside factors

As a bus passenger, not only are you trusting your driver to be qualified and the operating company to maintain their vehicles properly, you also have to trust every other driver on the road! A large bus cannot make agile maneuvers like a car can, so inclement weather or reacting to other cars can lead to devastating consequences.

Coverage for Bus Accident Victims Completely Inadequate

As a bus passenger, you may be inclined to think your safety is all but guaranteed and in the event of an accident insurance coverage is ample.  This is not the case.

Bus carriers are only required to have a very limited amount of coverage in the event of an accident and liability claim. The law goes back to 1982, during the Reagan administration.  The $5 million dollar standard is simply inadequate considering the likelihood multiple individuals were injured or died.  $5 million dollars may not even be sufficient to cover 1 badly injured passenger!

The Standard Needs to Change

For any other form of public transportation, including rail systems, planes, the standard of coverage is much higher.

In 2014, when the FMCSA petitioned Congress for a raise, the coverage was expected to jump from a $5 million minimum to $20 million.  That is a big difference!

While instances of bus accidents resulting on injury or death are not widespread, it is still critical that the standard is sufficient.

If you or a loved one was injured in a bus accident, or tragically lost their life, you must call me immediately. Together we can hold the responsible parties accountable, and enact change in our society.

I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.

Holiday Tragedies in Northeast Ohio

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4th of July – Fireworks, Food and Tragedy

True to trend, this 4th of July holiday weekend was another tragic one across Ohio. While I cherish the memories and time spent with my loved ones, the professional side of my holiday weekend is always filled with heartache.

The Ohio State Highway Patrol just released their official reports. From June 30 through July 4th, 17 people lost their lives in traffic accidents. In at least 5 of those accidents, impaired driving was proven to be the cause.

Over 900 OVI arrests have also been confirmed over the same time period. An additional 624 drug related arrests were made. This and other factors contributed to a total of more than 800 car accidents across our great state. This year’s totals is up from 2016, with the fatality count rising above 20%.

Impaired Driving Isn’t a Holiday Festivity

Unfortunately, while the holidays may lead to an increase in occurrence and tragedy related to impaired driving – This is a very real issue our society is facing all year through. It seems to be easy for many to justify a drink and drive here and there – Without a mere thought of the potential consequences.

The fact of the matter is, when you drink and drive you say that other lives don’t matter. That your life doesn’t matter. The legal limit indicates the point when a person becomes too affected by alcohol to safely react, operate and control a vehicle. Personal responsibility and the sanctity of human life should be inherent.

The only way we are going to enact change is to change the way things are done which continues to allow this reckless behavior. Insurance companies must be held accountable, if they continue to promote and protect drivers that abuse their driving privileges. Our legal system, including penalties, fines and punishment, must hold guilty parties accountable. Society as a whole has got to change the way we act and behave.

The ripple effect that one drunk driver can have on a family is truly devastating. Each and every individual that has lost his or her life in a drunk driving accident is a life wasted – A completely preventable tragedy that took a mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter and friend away.

I urge you to think before you drink, and to hold your friends and loved ones to a higher standard as well. If you or someone you love was seriously injured or tragically lost their life as a result of a drunk driver – You need to call me immediately.

As your Ohio accident attorney, I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.

How to Have a Fun 4th of July While Avoiding Personal Injury

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On July 4th, 1776, our founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence, a monumental moment that marked the birth of our nation as a free country. Now, the Fourth of July is a time of friends and family, barbeques, celebration, and of course, fireworks.

Unfortunately, however, the Fourth of July is also a time of injuries and hospital visits.

Fireworks

Ohio’s law on fireworks allows purchase of fireworks in the state, but buyers cannot use them in Ohio and must take them out of the state within 48 hours of purchase.

While many may think that large fireworks are the most dangerous fireworks, novice fireworks (such as sparklers and smoke bombs) account for the most firework-related injuries.

Because they burn at 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit, sparklers can easily cause severe burns upon contact with skin. Additionally, because sparklers are often used in a manner like waving them around, they can just as easily hit an object or person. Parents should not give their children sparklers due to such risks.

For those living outside of Ohio and able to use them, setting fireworks off can result in severe burn injuries and amputations if handled improperly. Never light a firework while holding it, as it can explode before it is thrown. Rather, set it on the ground, light it, and step away from it quickly.

The safest way to avoid firework injuries is to not handle fireworks at all. Instead, let professionals do the work while you enjoy the show from a distance.

Car Accidents

The Fourth of July is one of the worst days for car accidents. The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety reports that from 2010-2014, an average of 118.4 lives were lost from car accidents on July 4th – nearly 30% more than the average day!

Part of the problem comes from the amount of intoxicated drivers. Nearly 41% of fatal July 4th car accidents involved at least one driver with a BAC of .08 or higher. You can avoid drunk driving by appointing a designated driver and limiting how much you drink at a party.

Be sure to drink plenty of water throughout the day to prevent dehydration and to lower your blood alcohol level.

Distracted and fatigued driving is another cause of accidents on the 4th of July. Drivers may be distracted by other fireworks while driving and take their eyes off the road. Additionally, drivers may be too tired from a long day of celebration to provide the attention required to safely drive home.

If you feel distracted or tired while driving, pull over and take a 15-minute nap. Even a short sleep can refresh you and make you more alert for your drive home.

Pool Accidents and Food Poisoning

While injuries from pool accidents and food poisoning are less frequent than car and firework accidents, it is always important to be safe and take caution when swimming and cooking food.

Although a nice swim in the pool may be refreshing on the hot summer day, make sure to avoid diving into shallow water and running by the poolside. Furthermore, you should avoid drinking while swimming to prevent accidental drowning or water injury.

Barbeques are a fun way to celebrate the holiday. However, make sure the meat is cooked thoroughly to avoid consuming undercooked meat. Don’t let preventable injuries ruin your 4th of July. Make sure to follow the proper safety precautions to make the holiday as enjoyable as possible. If you or a loved one suffers an injury from another person’s negligence, contact my offices immediately.

As your official Ohio personal injury attorney, I’ll be there for you, and I’ll make them pay!

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373

Uninsured Motorist/Underinsured Motorist Coverage and Why We Need It

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While a motorcyclist can wear protective equipment, obey traffic laws, and drive defensively, a motorcyclist’s safety ultimately lies in the hands of other drivers.  In fact, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that other vehicles are most commonly at fault for motorcycle accidents.

Damages and injuries in motorcycle accidents are frequent, with the NHTSA reporting that 80% of all motorcycle accidents result in injury or death.

Bikers are 35 times more likely to be seriously injured or killed in a crash than occupants in a car. It is important that all car drivers have good insurance to pay for a motorcyclist’s injuries when at fault for a crash.

However, it is frightening that 1 in every 7 drivers does not have car insurance! If you are in an accident caused by one of these drivers, they will not cover any damage or medical costs. Moreover, many drivers only have the minimum requirement for insurance, leaving the rest of the bill to be paid for by the victim.

Because of the severity of motorcycle accidents, it is vital that all motorcyclists carry uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage.

What is uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage?

Uninsured motorist coverage (UM) and underinsured motorist coverage (UIM) protect the victim of an accident in the scenario of which the faulty driver does not have or does not have enough insurance to cover damage costs.

UM and UIM insurance only applies when:

  • You are in an accident with another vehicle and the other vehicle is at fault
  • The other driver does not have insurance or enough insurance to cover all damage costs

UM and UIM insurance covers bodily damages and property damage

Why do motorcyclists need UM and UIM coverage?

In my 36 years of experience, some of the worst injuries I’ve received are from motorcycle accidents. The injuries are often permanently debilitating, and the victim should be receiving a half million dollars for injuries and life changes. But the driver at fault usually doesn’t have enough insurance to cover all the costs, and if the motorcyclist doesn’t have a good UM/UIM policy, he or she can’t get the compensation deserved.

If you ride a motorcycle, I highly recommend carrying higher limits on your UM and UIM coverage. Motorcycle accidents can result in highly expensive injuries, such as brain and spinal cord injuries, and amputation. You do not want to be stuck paying your own medical costs that were another driver’s fault.

Call your insurance agency immediately if you do not have uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage. If, God forbid, you are in an accident with a driver who doesn’t have adequate insurance, a good UIM policy will make sure your medical costs are covered.

If you or a loved one was injured or killed by a negligent driver, contact my offices immediately.

As your Ohio motorcycle accident attorney, I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.

When Do Motorcycles Have the Right-of-Way?

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Motorcyclists around the country are thrilled to see an increasing number of signs urging car drivers to be more conscious of motorcycles. But despite the growing awareness, confusion still exists on when motorcyclists get the right-of-way on roads.

Due to their small size, motorcycles are often expected to yield to cars at intersections and traffic. However, motorcycles have as much right to the road as cars, and they follow the same driving rules as any other vehicle. It is important to clarify the right-of-way rules to avoid dangerous driving mistakes that can put a motorcyclist’s safety at risk.

Right-of-way rules for intersections with no traffic lights:

  • The vehicle that arrives at the intersection first has the right-of-way
  • A vehicle attempting a left turn must yield to other vehicles at the intersection
  • A vehicle coming from an unpaved or secondary road must yield to other vehicles
  • If two vehicles arrive at an intersection at the same time, the vehicle on the right has the right-of-way
  • If 3 vehicles arrive at an intersection at the same time, the vehicle at the farthest right has the right-of-way

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration states that if a driver is unsure when to go, the safest thing to do is to wait until all the other vehicles at the intersection pass, then go.

Although driving a motorcycle is meant to be enjoyable, it can also be dangerous.

Many motorcycle accidents occur every year due to other drivers’ negligence. Following the simple rules above can help prevent accidents in one of the most dangerous places for motorcycles.

As responsible drivers, it is our duty to look out for the safety of motorcyclists. This means frequently checking your blind spots, using proper turn signals, obeying speed limits, and general safe driving. Leaving extra space between a motorcyclist and yourself will make the rider more safe and comfortable as well.

If you or a loved one was injured in a motorcycle accident by another driver’s negligence, contact my offices immediately. As your Ohio motorcycle accident attorney, I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.

 

Understanding the Dangers of Motorcycle Lane Splitting

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Lane splitting is a maneuverability act used by motorcyclists to quickly pass traffic by riding in-between lanes.

Although lane splitting is illegal in Ohio and 48 other states (California being the exception), it is still done by many.

Motorcyclists who lane split may claim that lane splitting reduces the risk of being rear ended – a common accident with motorcycles. However, lane splitting is a risky action that can easily go wrong. Because it puts motorcyclists and other drivers at an unnecessary risk of injury, lane splitting should always be avoided.

Lane splitting is dangerous and can cause accidents!

This maneuver is most commonly done in heavy traffic. However, congested roadways make lane splitting especially dangerous due to frequent lane changes by cars. Additionally, because driving in traffic requires extra concentration on surrounding cars, drivers are less likely to notice motorcycles riding between lanes. If a driver doesn’t realize a motorcycle is approaching, the car can easily change lanes into the motorcycle, potentially injuring the motorcyclist.

Furthermore, a motorcyclist who’s recklessly riding through lanes may overestimate the space between traffic and hit the side of a car. Not only could this cause damage to the car, but the motorcyclist could fall off the bike and suffer an injury as well.

Because lane splitting isn’t legal in Ohio, any damages and injuries sustained by lane splitting will most likely be the motorcyclist’s fault. This means that the motorcyclist will be responsible for all the medical bills and damage costs.

Here are some easy tips to avoid being rear-ended on a motorcycle:

  • Do not stop abruptly and without warning
  • When slowing down, dab at your brakes to make your brake lights flash
  • Weave slightly in your lane when slowing down to attract attention from the car behind
  • Leave plenty of space between you and the car in front
  • Check your mirrors often while stopped to see if a car is approaching too fast or is too close
  • Stay in gear while stopped in case you need to suddenly accelerate to avoid harm
  • Plan a quick escape route in case a car is approaching too fast

Motorcycles can be a joy to ride, yet their fragility makes even the slightest of accidents a risk of serious injury. Because of how easy it is to get in an accident from lane splitting, it should always be avoided. By following the tips above, motorcyclists can eliminate the unnecessary risks of lane splitting and help prevent rear-end collisions in traffic.

If you or a loved one was injured or killed in a motorcycle accident by a negligent driver, contact my offices immediately. As your Ohio motorcycle accident attorney, I’ll be there for you, and I’ll Make Them Pay!®

Author: Tim Misny | For over four decades, personal injury lawyer Tim Misny has represented the injured victim in in birth injurymedical malpractice, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases, serving ClevelandAkron/CantonColumbusDayton and neighboring communities. You can reach Tim by email at misnylaw.com/ask-tim-a-question/ or call at 877.944.4373.