Dec 23rd, 2020
Paulozzi Joseph

The holidays can bring us as much joy as they do stress.  Now is the time we don our masks to pick out the right table dressings for the family dinner.  We may venture to a store here and there for that perfect gift because Amazon can’t deliver it in time.  We send packages in place of ourselves to family members and hope to be there next year.

Nevertheless, while our groceries are in the back and presents tucked safely under the dry cleaning, no amount of social distancing and mask-wearing can protect us from a car accident.

What do you do when you find yourself dazed in the middle of the road, covered in glass, your holiday trimmings and presents shattered all around?  What do you do when you watch the truck that hit you speed off?

Hit-and-run accidents are taken very seriously here in Ohio.  Still, they continue to happen across the state.  If you or someone you know has been injured in a hit-and-run collision, you need a car accident attorney in Cleveland, Ohio.  The lawyers at Paulozzi LPA are here to help you through this difficult time.  We will help navigate the different rules and laws regarding car accidents and hit-and-runs.  You deserve a little peace of mind this holiday season.  Please, pick up the phone now and call us at 888-710-0040 for a free consultation.  Don’t lose any more time worrying about what happens next. We’re here for you.

Tragic Motorcycle Accident in Cleveland

A few weeks ago, a 58-year-old man was struck and killed while riding his motorcycle.  The Ford Fusion turned into the path of a Harley Davidson motorcycle on Lakeshore Boulevard, then sped away from the scene.  Despite the efforts of paramedics and doctors at the University Hospital, the motorcyclist was pronounced dead.

While we do not know all the details from that night, the police are working hard to find whoever is responsible.

The Tragedy Doesn’t End There

In Ohio, car and motorcycle accidents claimed the lives of 1,153 people in the latest reporting year.  Hit-and-run accidents continue to rise.  The Department of Public Safety in Ohio has found that the majority of fatalities occur when:

  • Drivers lose control of their cars.
  • Fail to yield.
  • Change lanes or pass other vehicles improperly.

Most car accidents happen during the holiday season, followed closely by Labor Day and Thanksgiving.  Please, take care of yourselves and your loved ones on the road.

What Your Family May Be Entitled To

If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident, you may be entitled to receive help with your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.  If the car accident resulted in a loved one’s death, we will be by your side to secure the compensation you deserve.  When you need a car accident attorney in Cleveland, Ohio, please contact Paulozzi LPA for a free consultation by clicking here or calling us at 888-710-0040.

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