12 Insurance Surprises To Look Out For After a Car Wreck
Posted in: Car Accidents
KNR Legal Blog
As the fifth-largest city in Ohio, Akron is no stranger to traffic. The 2012 census estimated the population to be greater than 198,500 individuals, many of whom rely on cars to get to and from work and school. This puts thousands of vehicles on the roads and highways. With these numbers, it is no surprise that we see many car accidents in Akron. However, crashes are not spread across the region evenly. Certain sections of highway, blocks of local roads, and intersections are more likely to witness collisions than other parts of town. If you are a driver or a parent to a new driver, there are some areas that may be smart to avoid.
If you or a loved one were injured in Akron because of another driver’s carelessness or recklessness, do not hesitate to learn more about your rights. Give the experienced Akron car accident lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick a call at 1-800-HURT-NOW to schedule a free consultation.
Highways may be convenient to go a significant distance as quickly as possible, but these roadways tend to see a great deal of congestion at high speeds. Based on Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) information, some of the most dangerous sections of highway in the state are near Akron, including:
The highways around Akron are not the only dangerous roadways for local and out-of-town drivers. Certain sections of roads in Akron are particularly prone to car accidents including:
As a driver, you can recognize that while stretches of road can be dangerous, intersections are where you face the most serious risk of a crash. Akron’s top 10 high-crash intersections based on 2012-2014 data are:
If you or a loved one was injured in an auto accident in Ohio, do not hesitate to reach out to us at Kisling, Nestico & Redick. We have decades of experience helping individuals deal with insurance claims. Our main priorities are to protect your rights and to fight for you to receive the greatest amount of compensation possible under the law. You may have a right to:
To obtain a personal injury settlement or jury award, we will first conduct an in-depth investigation into the crash. This will enable us to gather as much evidence as possible, including the police report, photos and videos of the collision and aftermath, and eye witness and expert witness statements. We will use this evidence to prove the other party was careless behind the wheel, and that their recklessness led to the crash and your injuries.