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?
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.
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!
In the frenzy of shopping for Christmas gifts, remember to think about child safety. Don’t assume that a toy is safe just because it is on the toy store shelves. There are a range of popular toys that can seriously injure or even kill children.
Your wrecked car, now repaired, is worth less than if it was never involved in a crash. The difference is known as diminished value. While Ohio law allows claims for diminished value, these claims are difficult and costly to prove.
***UPDATE***We have had incredible response to our ThanksGIVEaway and we have reached our capacity. We will be mailing vouchers this week to the first 150 people who entered requests. On the day of the event, those who have a voucher must present the voucher between 10 and noon to receive their turkey and meal fixings. Those who do not have ...
If your car’s value is less than the amount owed on the loan, and you don’t have gap insurance, it may be difficult or impossible to afford a replacement car. If you decide to try to handle this on your own, we have a few suggestions for getting a replacement car.
Hunter safety courses are credited for the decline in fatal hunting injuries. Hunting season in right around the corner. Avoid common injuries this season, sign up for a free hunting safety course today.
One out of three hunters will fall from a tree stand in his or her hunting career. Tree stands are popular because they are an fun and effective way to hunt, but every year, hunters are seriously injured and killed from tree stand falls. Following best safety practices can help you stay safe.