Car Accident Injuries Archives

Tips to protect yourself from an exploding sunroof

Last week, we discussed a disturbing vehicle safety hazard that has spiked in recent years: exploding sunroofs. While experts are still trying to understand why this defect is increasing in frequency, many have pointed to improperly engineered panoramic sunroofs as at least part of the problem.

Is your sunroof at risk of exploding?

Consumer Reports recently investigated a disturbing trend in the automotive industry: sunroofs are exploding. It may sound like a far-fetched, freak occurrence, but instances of the defect are actually on the rise. The U.S. has seen 859 reported cases of sunroof explosions in the last 22 years—610 of these occurring since 2011.

Self-driving cars introduced into senior living community

The Villages, America’s largest retirement community, is breaking new ground on the technology front. It has installed a fleet of self-driving vehicles in the 750-mile, gated community—giving back mobility to elderly residents who no longer drive.

Drunk driver not automatically at fault in a car accident

You might think that determining the guilty party is a no-brainer in drunk driving accidents. However, a recent accident in Orange shows otherwise. The head-on collision took place on a Friday night last month. On his way home from a casino, a man crashed into a woman while she was maneuvering around a car that had been parked in the middle of the road.

Report: Holiday travel volume in 2017 to be highest on record

Travel volume during the holidays this year is forecast to be the highest on record. According to AAA, year-end travel volume in 2017 will be 3.1 percent higher than last year's, marking the ninth consecutive year of rising holiday travel.

A push to reduce teen car accidents in Ohio

According to the Ohio Department of Public Safety, teenagers are three times more likely to be involved in a fatal car crash than other drivers. Ohio has been taking active steps to combat this statistic. The state has passed a new law affecting teen driving, and a second bill is currently making its way through the House of Representatives.

Minimum insurance coverage in Ohio won't cover the cost of a serious injury

In Ohio, when drivers purchase automobile insurance, state law requires them to purchase Bodily Injury Liability Coverage. The required minimum for bodily injury coverage is $25,000, which is supposed to help cover the cost of injuries resulting when the policyholder causes an accident.

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