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Hamilton County is situated in the southwest corner of Ohio and is considered the home county of the greater Cincinnati area. It is named after Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, and it is known for its world-class public libraries, parks, and children’s hospital.
While Hamilton County is a great place to live and work, it is no stranger to accidents and injuries. If you or a loved one has suffered an injury in a crash in Hamilton County, you should reach out to a skilled Hamilton County personal injury attorney.
To arrange a free consultation with a Cincinnati personal injury lawyer at Kisling, Nestico & Redick, contact (513) 221-0499 today.
Every day, car accidents occur in Hamilton County. Distracted driving, drunk driving, fatigued driving, inexperienced driving, and poor road conditions are some of the most common causes of car accidents. They often leave victims with costly vehicle damage, medical bills, lost wages, and a great deal of pain and suffering.
Trucks are frequently seen on Hamilton County highways. Because of their large size and heavy weight, they frequently cause catastrophic injuries when they collide with smaller vehicles like SUVs or sedans. Truck accidents are usually the result of driver error, poor truck maintenance, improper cargo loading, or inclement weather. It is important to note that both truck drivers and trucking companies may be responsible for a truck accident.
Sadly, not all drivers keep a proper lookout for motorcyclists. Almost always, motorcycle accidents lead to life-changing injuries or death. They are mostly caused by distracted driving, speeding, dangerous left turns, and reckless driving.
Slip and fall accidents occur in various places throughout Hamilton County, including private properties, workplaces, shopping malls, grocery stores, and movie theaters. Slip and falls typically occur as a result of uneven surfaces with no warning signs, recently waxed or mopped floors, potholes, poor lighting, debris on the floor, and open cabinets.
Many Hamilton County residents own dogs. Sadly, these dogs sometimes bite others, which can lead to serious injuries. Dog owners have a legal obligation to care for and train their dog. If they fail to do so and their dog behaves violently or aggressively and bites an innocent human being, they may be held liable.
Although pedestrian accidents can happen anywhere in Hamilton County, they are usually seen at crosswalks, intersections, sidewalks, parking lots, and parking garages. Distracted or negligent driving that involves speeding and disregarding laws frequently leads to pedestrian accidents. Since pedestrians have minimal protection, the injuries they often suffer in a crash are severe and long-term.
Hamilton County employees get injured on the job on a regular basis. Heavy lifting, falls, slips, inadequate training, and exposure to toxic chemicals often cause work accidents. Fortunately, injured workers may collect compensation for their medical bills and lost wages through a workers’ compensation claim.
If you or someone you love is seriously hurt in a Hamilton County accident, it’s important to reach out to our experienced Hamilton County personal injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick.
Contact us at (513) 221-0499 to learn about your legal options during a free case consultation today.