Getting from Point A to Point B may seem like the sole responsibility of the person behind the wheel, but the fact is, safe driving is a team effort. Of course, your actions when driving are going to directly influence the passengers inside your car, and if it were up to you, all commutes would be a breeze. Unfortunately, however, you’re not the only person on the road. That means that you’re vulnerable to the actions of every single other driver who thinks I-71 is their own personal autobahn.
Whether you’re traveling across the state to see family, run some errands downtown, or you’re simply trying to get to work, you’re putting your life in danger every time you set foot into your vehicle. In icy conditions or inclement weather, your risk greatly increases. The sad truth is, Ohio simply is not a safe state for commuters. When ranking all of the states in our country, Ohio is the 4th most dangerous state for vehicular deaths. Of the 2,718 fatal car crashes that happened last year, Ohio took responsibility for 172 of them.
There are a few things you can do to help keep yourself and your family safe while driving this winter, including:
- Drive slower than usual to account for slippery roads
- Keep a wider gap between yourself and the cars ahead of you
- Don’t mash your accelerator, or your breaks
- Obey all posted road signs
- Keep an eye out for black ice
- Only go out if absolutely necessary
If you’ve been injured in an automobile accident, it’s extremely important that you give me a call right away at 1 (800) 556-4769 for your free initial consultation. Car crashes can lead to life-changing and devastating injuries, robbing you of your quality of life and your livelihood. Medical bills can quickly pile up, and if you’re unable to work after your accident, you may find yourself struggling to make ends meet. I have nearly 40 years of experience fighting for clients like yourself in Northeastern Ohio, and I’m ready to fight to get you the maximum amount of financial restitution for your pain and suffering.
As your lawyer, I’m not just an attorney, I’m also your ally and your advocate. When you’re recovering from a car crash, you don’t want to be worrying about making trips halfway across the state to come talk to me. That’s why I’ll come to you; I’ll meet you in your home, at the hospital, whatever works best for you. You’ll also get my personal cellphone number when I take your case. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me 24/7 if you have any questions for me.
I take on Big Cases with Big Results, and I’m ready to represent you. Whether you were harmed on a small, country back road or the busiest freeway in the state, I’ll work to ensure you get the compensation you need – and I’ll Make Them Pay!®