The summer months in Ohio are filled with trips to the pool, visits to grandparents, day trips to museums and so much more. With the kids on summer vacation, there's so much to do in so little time. But, why is it more dangerous to drive in the summer months than any other time of the year? We will explore the reasons in today's post.
The work you perform each day might not be dangerous, but you could still wind up suffering an injury on the job. You don't have to work at a construction site, in a warehouse, with heavy machinery or even in the emergency services to suffer a work-related injury. Today, we will discuss how you can avoid being injured on the job in Toledo.
The summer is right around the corner in Ohio, which means more and more boaters will be out on the lakes and rivers of the state. The more boaters on the water, the higher the chances are that you could be involved in a boating accident that leads to serious injuries or even death. Here are some tips for avoiding a boating accident this summer in Ohio.
Ohio's director of agriculture is proposing new rules for amusement rides operators and manufacturers, nearly two years after a deadly accident at the Ohio State Fair.
Seven people suffered injuries recently during a motocross event at the Summit County Fairgrounds near Akron.
Two Ohio men, both former executives at an aluminum company, pleaded not guilty recently to charges relating to an alleged cover-up in the death of a plant worker.
A 19-year-old woman has died more than a year after she suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) on a ride at the Ohio State Fair.
The community of Mentor, Ohio, suffered a loss of one of its finest recently with the death of a police officer in a hit-and-run accident. A suspect has been charged in the officer's death.
Summer should be a time to slow down, relax and have fun. However, that doesn't always happen. Unfortunately, for many people, summer will be a time for recovery after a serious accident.