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Vehicle Safety Inspection Requirements in Ohio

Published on Aug 12, 2021 at 6:13 pm in Car Accidents.

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Driving is a freedom that allows you to get from one place to another relatively easily and on your own time. While it might seem like there are only pros of being able to drive in Ohio and having your own car, there are other costs for maintenance that you’ll always have to consider. One of those costs is the requirement for having safety inspections regularly in our state.

How to Find Out if a Car Accident Was Reported

Published on Jul 23, 2021 at 8:43 pm in Car Accidents.

How to Find Out if a Car Accident Was Reported

When there is a collision between two or more vehicles that causes injuries and other physical damage, the police are supposed to arrive on the scene so that they can make a report of what happened and what was affected. Later, that report can help you with any legal claim you might be interested in filing. It gives you firm details about the accident and how everyone was impacted.

If you don’t have a copy of the police report from your car crash for whatever reason, or if you’re not sure if a report was even filed, you can find out. Let’s take a look at how you can request a traffic crash report in Georgia.

Auto Insurance Requirements in Ohio

Published on Jun 18, 2021 at 9:27 pm in Car Accidents.

Auto Insurance Requirements in Ohio

No matter how safe of a driver you are, you could still get into a collision at any moment on the road because of another driver. When another driver is reckless and causes an accident, you rely on their insurance to pay for your injuries and damages since they were at fault. If they don’t have adequate coverage, you’ll turn to your own insurance.

So that you know you’re following the law and are covered in the event of a crash, you should know the auto insurance requirements in Ohio. Let’s take a look at what is required in Ohio for your car insurance so that you can ensure that you’re fully covered in the event of an auto wreck.

Ohio Car Seat Laws

Published on May 14, 2021 at 6:47 pm in Car Accidents.

Ohio car seat laws

The safety of your child is likely your main priority, especially when you’re in the car. You can drive as safely as possible to avoid accidents and keep your smaller passengers safe, but there’s only so much that you can control. Other drivers can be negligent and crash into you. Or you could need to brake suddenly, which jolts all passengers.

That’s why it’s important to make sure your child is in a car seat, and the right one according to the law. If you get into a collision or a dangerous situation, you’ll know that your child is as safe as possible in their car seat. When someone else caused the crash, you could use the help of a car accident lawyer to hold them responsible for their actions. At Bey & Associates, we’re prepared to fight for you and your family.

Let’s take a look at the car seat laws in Ohio so that you can follow them for your child’s safety.

How Often Do Heavy Winds Cause Car Wrecks?

Published on Apr 15, 2021 at 3:38 pm in Car Accidents.

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Even though it seems to be a commonplace action that takes little concentration the more we do it, driving a car is an incredibly dangerous and complicated action that requires complete attention to the road and the vehicle. Drivers can be desensitized to the fact that motor vehicles are large, heavy machines that move at dangerous speeds and can lead to serious injuries and death if a driver’s eyes come off the road for a second.

Steps To Take if You’re in an Accident With a Drunk Driver

Published on Apr 1, 2021 at 7:22 pm in Car Accidents.

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No matter how safely you drive or how attentive you are behind the wheel, when someone else decides to drink and drive, you could get into a serious accident. Their reckless decision to be intoxicated behind the wheel could greatly impact you if they crash into you and cause you injuries and other damages. They should be held responsible for their negligent actions.