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The Ohio State Highway Patrol recently released 2018 data related to car accidents and accident-related fatalities throughout the state. So far, Cuyahoga County has seen an increase in car crashes, but a decrease in fatal accidents. If you were injured in a car accident, you should Kisling, Nestico & Redick. We can help you get the compensation you deserve to help you with your full recovery.
Call (216) 658-1330 and schedule a free consultation with an experienced Cuyahoga County car accident lawyer.
The Highway Patrol Department has investigated 427 car crashes so far in 2018. That is a significant increase over last year at this time when the department had investigated 374 accidents. However, while more crash investigations are being conducted, fatalities from these accidents are lower than last year.
Negligent behavior is often the cause of car accidents. Drivers may perform any number of careless tasks behind the wheel, including:
An increased number of drivers can also lead to more accidents. Every year, more licensed drivers are sharing the roadways. Urban areas, which get a lot of traffic from people commuting to their jobs, the grocery store, or their kids’ schools, see the majority of accidents.
Often, getting into a car wreck leaves you feeling dazed, and the steps to follow can be complicated. If you are hurt, you may be concerned that your injuries will never properly heal, leaving you unable to provide for your family. These difficulties can put a strain on your home life and your overall happiness.
When a wreck caused by a negligent driver significantly alters your life, a Cuyahoga County car accident lawyer can help. At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, we believe you shouldn’t have to pay for your injuries or worry about expenses after a car accident you did not cause. Our Cuyahoga County car accident lawyers have helped many clients with their matters, and we can help you too.
For a free, initial consultation, contact us at (216) 658-1330.