Winter Car Accidents in Ohio & How to Drive in Ice & Snow
Posted in: Car Accidents
KNR Legal Blog
With school back in session, many teens are hitting the roads to go to and from classes and extracurricular activities. Unfortunately, this can mean increased risk for pedestrians and motorists who are sharing byways. While they have a right to be on the roads, teens who drive disproportionately put others at risk by speeding, distracted driving, negligence, and driving under the influence.
Each year, the Ohio Department of Transportation releases an annual publication, Ohio Traffic Crash Facts, which reports on crashes by age group across the state. In 2015, the report shows that drivers aged 20 and under were involved in over 70,000 crashes in Ohio. Of those drivers aged 16-20, over two-thirds (67 percent) were found to be in error, making them one of the most dangerous subgroups of Ohio drivers.
At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, we’ve seen far too many cases of injury of both teenage passengers and other motorists due to teen drivers. Our experienced Ohio personal injury attorneys are familiar with the damage teen car accidents can cause, which is why we’re troubled to learn of Ohio’s most recent teenage crash facts. If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, contact KNR at 1-800-HURT-NOW to find out how we can help you.
Ohio teen drivers are especially prone to error while driving, which can result in serious injury or fatality for themselves and their passengers. A few steps can help reduce the likelihood of teenage driving resulting in personal injury.
At Kisling, Nestico & Redick, we’ve helped numerous individuals affected by teenage drivers. Whether you’re a teen involved in a crash or were personally injured due in a crash involving a teen, our skilled Ohio personal injury attorneys can help you to recover compensation for your injuries. For a free initial consultation of your case, call us at 1-800-HURT-NOW today.