If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident and the person at fault has no insurance, you’ll need to speak with an experienced attorney who can help guide you through the process. The state of Ohio requires automobile owners to have insurance. Navigating through the claims process with someone who does not have insurance can be a difficult thing to do. Having an experienced attorney at your disposal can help you through the compensation process.
Driving is seen as a rite of passage as far as coming of age goes in the United States. At the same time, with so many people owning cars, there is a lot of space to account for. At the same time, there are worries about how much time it takes to drive somewhere, especially during rush hour traffic. Cars also cost a great deal of money to own and maintain, especially where gas and car insurance are concerned. With all of this mind, states have been ranked from the best to worst states to drive in. We analyze this data and take a look at the statistics behind Ohio’s second place ranking.
New research has shown that drivers who try to drive while angry may be putting their lives at risk. The new data shows that emotional drivers; drivers who are sad, angry, or agitated, are twice as likely to crash their vehicles compared to drivers who are using their phones. Drivers who felt overwhelmed by their emotions are more likely to be in an automobile accident compared to model drivers.