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thanksgiveaway

The Rinehardt Law Firm’s ThanksGIVEaway will be held Saturday, November 17, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. until noon at our Mansfield offices located at 2404 Park Ave. W. Like last year, we will be giving away a turkey and all the fixings for a great Thanksgiving dinner to 150 families.

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grill brush

As summer is winding down, grills are still heating up. Many of us love to cook out on our grill with family and friends. We know the risks of dealing with fire, flames, propane and lighter fluid. We know we must make sure the meat is cooked to a safe temperature. But the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) warns of ...

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scooter

If you live in or near Columbus, you’ve probably seen the newly installed electric scooters for rent. Two competing companies, Bird and Lime (owned by Uber), expanded to central Ohio in mid-July introducing motorized scooters to Ohio State’s campus and several Columbus neighborhoods, including downtown. Proponents tout the scooters as the next logical step in the transportation revolution, they are ...

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NASCAR

Just like NASCAR drivers, every day drivers have a duty to keep their vehicles safe and to pay attention to the road. In an instant, an unsafe driver, a poorly maintained car, or an automotive defect can cause a crash that could forever change or end lives. The NHTSA and NASCAR have teamed up to promote vehicle and driver safety ...

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helmet laws

May is motorcycle safety awareness month, and Rinehardt Law Firm is giving away a custom fit modular helmet and other safety gear to promote motorcycle safety. But what does Ohio law require when it comes to helmet use?

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airbags

The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration announced that new testing shows Ford Rangers and Mazda B-Series trucks have defective Takata airbags adding them to the the “do not drive warning” list. If you have one of these vehicles, do not drive it! Contact the manufacturer today to schedule a free repair.

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driverless car

94% of serious crashes are due to human error. Fully automated vehicles will improve safety and reduce the number of accidents, injuries and fatalities on our roadways. Ohio is on the cutting edge of this technology!

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