Busy intersections in Akron's urban areas often make those who walk nervous since they must navigate around traffic. People tend to be a bit more relaxed in residential areas because they feel safer due to a perceived lower concentration of vehicles. However, plenty of auto-pedestrian accidents occur in neighborhoods as well, and they can be just as deadly.
When something traumatic happens to you, it may be your first instinct to share it with your friends and family. For instance, if you were in a car accident, you would more than likely want to share the experience. These days, this may include posting it on Facebook or some other social media account.
The Cleveland area has its fair share of dog owners. While many of them do everything possible to keep their animals from doing harm to others, you happened to stumble across a dog whose owner failed to keep it on a leash. The dog attacked you and left you with injuries that required medical care. Is the owner responsible for your losses?
Many Ohio drivers and passengers have seen the signs on the backs of trucks asking, "How's my driving?" with a phone number for motorists to call if it is less than stellar. Some passenger vehicle drivers ought to have that same sticker on their vehicles as well since their driving habits could end up causing serious car accidents. The question some may ask is whether people with bad driving records should be allowed to keep their licenses.
Many Ohio residents simply do not get enough sleep. With all of the demands of work, family and friends, it can seem like there is no time to feel rested. While many people believe that sleep deprivation is more of a nuisance than anything else, they may not realize that it also leads to devastating car accidents.