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Date posted
January 28, 2019

Situated in Western Ohio, Dayton is home to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, the Dayton Art Museum, and Carillon Historical Park. Dayton is also home to many dangerous highways, and unfortunately, accidents occur on these roadways on a regular basis. If you are injured in any of the most dangerous highways in Dayton, due to another party’s negligence, reach out to the experienced Dayton personal injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick.

Call KNR at (937) 427-4048 or online today to ensure you receive the maximum compensation you may deserve.

Which Highways in Dayton Pose the Most Danger?

Although highways are designed with optimal safety in mind, some pose more of a danger than others. In Dayton, the most dangerous highways include the following:

U.S. Route 35

U.S. Route 35 is narrow and constantly packed with commuters. Since it becomes so busy in the early mornings and early evenings during the week, accidents frequently occur. In August 2018, a five-car fatal crash took place on U.S. 35 westbound, right past the Woodman Ave exit.

Fortunately, construction will begin in the spring of 2021 at U.S. Highway 35 between Steve Whalen Boulevard and I-675 to widen the highway and change the road from four lanes to six lanes. The mayor stated that this will greatly benefit drivers who will be traveling into Dayton.

Interstate 75

Another dangerous highway in Dayton is I-75. It is another busy highway that is particularly hazardous during rush hour. In 2016, a project to improve I-75’s highway came to an end. It has created a less congested commute for motorists and added new ramps in and out of the Dayton area.

Despite the completion of this project, accidents on I-75 continue to occur. In December 2018, there was a rollover crash on the highway, which closed all the lanes of I-75 southbound. The vehicles involved in this accident flipped upside down.

Interstate I-675

I-675 passes through the Dayton suburbs and is often packed with vehicles, making it a dangerous highway in the city. In May 2018, a wrong-way crash took place on I-675, just south of U.S. in Beavercreek. The crash shut down two lanes of traffic for about two hours.

What to Do After a Dayton Highway Accident

If you become involved in a Dayton car accident accident, you will likely feel overwhelmed and possibly in considerable pain. Try to think clearly and take the following steps to protect your health and rights.

  • Call the police: If the police have not arrived at the scene on their own, dial 911 and inform them of the crash. This way, a report, which outlines the details of the crash can be filed and used as evidence down the road.
  • Visit the doctor: Even if you think you’re okay, it’s essential to seek medical attention. You may find that you do have an injury that wasn’t immediately apparent and requires treatment.
  • Document the scene: Use your smartphone or camera to take photos of the accident scene, the vehicles involved, and any injuries you may have sustained.
  • Collect contact information: Ask all the drivers in the crash for their name, phone number, and insurance details.
  • Contact a lawyer: A lawyer can investigate your case, determine liability, and recover compensation on your behalf.

Injured in a Dayton Highway Accident? Contact Kisling, Nestico & Redick

If you’ve been hurt in a crash on a Dayton highway, call KNR as soon as possible. We have the knowledge and resources to protect you and ensure that you recover what you deserve.

Call (937) 427-4048 or submit the details online. We don’t charge up-front fees and won’t be paid unless you recover compensation.