Monthly Archives: September 2014

NHTSA stats underscore serious risk of injury in truck accidents

NHTSA stats underscore serious risk of injury in truck accidents

Truck drivers, trucking companies and other parties to the trucking industry all too often fail to comply with safety regulations established by the federal and state governments. When these violations occur, the lives of passenger vehicle occupants are put at risk. To underscore how devastating truck accidents can be, let’s consider some statistics from the…

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Drunk driving, failure to buckle up pose serious risks in Ohio

Drunk driving, failure to buckle up pose serious risks in Ohio

In 2013, and for the first time in the state’s recorded history, the annual number of traffic fatalities in Ohio was under 1,000. The record low is a good sign that multiple public safety agencies are working to protect motorists on our state’s roads, but much more needs to be done. Last year, 990 people…

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