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Could a Truck Driver Be Liable for a Truck Accident Caused by Snow or Ice?

If a truck accident occurs, it becomes important to determine who was responsible for causing the collision. When a truck driver did something to cause the accident to happen, the driver could be held liable for losses. Because drivers act on behalf of their employers, the trucking company could also be responsible for compensating crash victims. ...

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Ohio Drivers Owe Passengers Duty to Avoid Injury Risks

When you are driving, you are not just responsible for your own safety. You also have a responsibility to every person sharing the road with you. If you invite someone into your car, you also have a responsibility to the passenger or passengers who you have asked into your vehicle.   This is more than just...

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Akron Kids Learn to Stay Safe from Pedestrian Accidents

Children are among the most likely victims of pedestrian accidents. Kids and seniors face a substantially greater risk if they are hit by a car, as compared with adults under aged 65.  Because of the risks associated with pedestrian accidents for kids, it is important for both children and drivers to be aware of these...

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How to Prevent Summer Motorcycle Accidents in Akron

Three people recently died in a two-vehicle crash, including a husband and wife who were both in their 70's as well as a motorcycle rider whose identity has not been released to the public. Ohio.com reported on the deadly accident which occurred at approximately 7:00 PM on Route 3. The 73-year-old male driver who was killed in the...

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Gervelis & Harlan Art Series: Herman Miller Posters

Hi, this is Brayden from the Gervelis Law Firm, and I'm going to be writing a series on the art found here at the firm. First, we have posters from the acclaimed Herman Miller Summer Picnic series. Pictured are three of the posters from the series, owned by Attorney Michael Harlan, on display here at...

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Driver Fatigue Can Lead to Rear-End Accidents

An Ohio music store owner was on a Greyhound bus in 2013 when the bus driver fell asleep as he was traveling along a highway. The sleeping bus driver rear-ended a tractor trailer, causing a devastating accident. The Ohio bus passenger, who is now 45 years old, had to undergo more than 30 surgeries to...

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