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Driving Tips for Ohio Teens

In the state of Ohio, a greater number of teens are getting their driver’s licenses. This is an exciting time, especially when kids are heading back to school and off to extracurricular activities after class. Naturally, they’ll drive there, which means there are many more inexperienced drivers on the road.

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Dos and Don’ts to Dealing with Insurance Companies After a Car Accident

Although insurance companies are there to protect you, dealing with them can be troublesome. They have a negative reputation when it comes to accurately compensating afflicted car accident victims. Dealing with the insurance company after a car accident can be difficult and time-consuming; however, there are a few things you can do to make the process as seamless as possible.

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How Car Accident Injuries Can Affect Your Life

Experiencing a car accident is a life-changing experience, especially if you endure severe injuries. Some injuries present themselves immediately, but several types of injuries might not become noticeable until weeks later. Working with an attorney is the best way to guarantee that you get fair compensation for all accident-related damages. There are, however, steps that you must take to ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to by law.

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What are Ohio’s Teen Driving Laws?

In 2007, Ohio passed a law that put stricter restrictions on teen drivers under the age of 18. The law increased adult supervision for these drivers to limit the elevated risk they statistically pose to the public. Teen drivers also have a probationary period, during which they can improve driving skills and practice safe driving. After successfully making it through the probationary period, they can graduate to a license level that has fewer restrictions.

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8 Types of Personal Injury Cases

There are several types of personal injury cases for which you may pursue compensation. Being aware of these can help you determine which situations may merit legal action. To do so, you must consult with a personal injury lawyer who is experienced handling such cases. They are fully equipped to fight for you and can ensure that you get a fair settlement for your accident-related damages and injuries. Your Ohio personal injury attorney can help you secure compensation for:

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Distracted Driving Increases 39% In Ohio

Distracted driving is on the rise in Ohio. For proof of that, one must only drive by the Chardon post of the Ohio Highway Patrol (OHP), where Sergeant Daniel Jesse’s patrol car sits, or at least what’s left of it. This reminder to take distracted driving more seriously is the result of a collision with an alleged drunk driver, who was also suspected of distracted driving.

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3 Ways Social Media Hurts Your Personal Injury Claim

Today, nearly every person has at least one social media account. They use them to communicate with friends and post regular status updates. Although social media is ideal for connectivity, there are some instances when avoiding social media is best. People who file personal injury claims can hurt their case with what they post on social media, which is why it is important to know what information is public and how it can affect a claim.

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