Columbus Recreational Vehicle Accident Lawyers
While recreational vehicles can be a source of great fun and excitement, they can also be extremely dangerous and cause serious injury or death. In many cases, recreational vehicle accidents occur not because of driver negligence — but because of a product defect. If a manufacturer does not properly design or test one of these vehicles, they can cause devastating injuries.
If you or someone close to you received a serious injury while on a recreational vehicle, you may have a claim. A skilled lawyer can help you understand your claim and obtain the compensation you need for healing.
Personal Injury Attorney
- Brain trauma/head injuries
- Back injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
Contact Our Columbus Recreational Vehicle Accident Lawyers
RECENT BLOG POSTS FOR CAR ACCIDENTS
If you or a loved one sustained severe injuries in a semi-truck accident or 18-wheeler collision in Ohio, you deserve justice and fair compensation for your injuries, lost income, pain and suffering, and more. In Columbus and throughout Ohio, Clark, Perdue, & List...
In December 2020, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released early estimates of motor vehicle traffic fatalities in 2019. There were 36,096 people killed in motor vehicle traffic crashes on U.S. roadways during 2019. This represents a 2.0% decrease...
Large commercial trucks can cause devastating injuries and death due to their significant size and weight. New technology, however, may help make commercial trucks less dangerous to the motoring public. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety,...
Trucking regulations are important to public safety, and proposed revisions to trucking regulations are raising safety concerns. Large trucks are less maneuverable, require greater distance to stop and produce blind spots for the driver. Commercial truck drivers are...
It’s spring which means more adults and kids are dusting off their bikes and hitting the roads. It's also time to remember bicycle safety. Unfortunately, 783 bicyclists died in motor vehicle crashes in 2017 according to NATSA. These deaths are not just linked to...
Ohio traffic fatalities increased in 2015 for the second year in a row, possibly because of distracted driving.