Nobody gets behind the wheel with the intention of being involved in a car accident. Motor vehicle collisions can occur at any time of day during any point of the year for any number of reasons.
The Cincinnati area is served by major interstates and other highways that see heavy amounts of regular traffic, but there are several smaller roads in surrounding areas that can be just as—or maybe even more dangerous for motorists. When a person is seriously injured or killed because of another driver’s negligence, the victim or the family of the victim can be entitled to compensation for the harm caused.
Lawyer for Car Accidents in Cincinnati, Ohio
If you sustained a catastrophic injury or your loved one was killed in an automobile accident caused by another party’s negligence, do not speak to the other driver’s insurance company until you have legal representation. Steiden Law Offices represents clients injured in car accidents on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay us nothing unless you get a financial recovery.
Our Cincinnati personal injury attorneys help clients all over Hamilton County, Clermont County, Warren County, and Butler County in Ohio as well as Campbell County, Kenton County, and Boone County in Kentucky. You can receive an honest and thorough evaluation of your case so you can understand your legal options as soon as you call (513) 888-8888 to schedule a free, no obligation consultation.
Kentucky Car Accidents Information Center
- What are some of the most common kinds of car crashes?
- Where do collisions occur most frequently in the Southern Ohio/Northern Kentucky area?
- Where can I learn more about car accidents in Cincinnati?
No two crashes are the same. In every accident, there are a variety of specific factors that can impact the nature of the injuries and the degrees of fault.
Most collisions are between two vehicles, but some accidents may involve multiple automobiles. A few of the most common kinds of car crashes in the greater Cincinnati include, but are not limited to:
- High Speed Impact Crashes
- Low Speed Impact Crashes
- Rear-End Accidents
- Head-On Collisions
- Side-Impact Collisions
- Vehicle Roll Over
- Multiple Vehicle Accidents
- Passenger Injury Accidents
- Uninsured / Underinsured Driver Accidents
- Defective Roads
- Dram Shop / Bartender Liability
- Reckless Drivers Accidents
- Hit and Run Accidents
- Distracted Driver Accidents
- DUI Accidents/Drunk Driving Accidents
Car crashes can occur on any one of the number of roads and highways in Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky. Depending on certain factors such as the time of day and weather conditions, less-traveled thoroughfares can see collisions that are every bit as devastating as those that occur on major roads.
Some of the high-traffic areas in Cincinnati that are especially common sites of accidents include, but are not limited to:
- Brent Spence Bridge
- Central Parkway
- Daniel Carter Beard Bridge (Big Mac Bridge)
- Interstate 275
- Interstate 471
- Interstate 71
- Interstate 74
- Interstate 75
- John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge
- Ohio State Route 125 (Beechmont Avenue/Ohio Pike)
- Ohio State Route 126 (Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway)
- Ohio State Route 264 (Glenway Avenue)
- Ohio State Route 3 (Montgomery Road)
- Ohio State Route 4 (Paddock Road)
- Ohio State Route 561
- Ohio State Route 562 (Norwood Lateral Expressway)
- Sixth Street Expressway
- Taylor-Southgate Bridge
- U.S. Route 127
- U.S. Route 22
- U.S. Route 25 (only exists on the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge within Ohio, and is Kentucky maintained)
- U.S. Route 27
- U.S. Route 42
- U.S. Route 50 (Columbia Parkway)
- U.S. Route 52
12.225 Vehicular Crash Reporting | City of Cincinnati — City of Cincinnati Police Department Procedure 12.225 outlines how police in the city investigate and report vehicular crashes. In this document, you can learn more about vehicle crash investigations, collisions involving a streetcar, and deer killed by motor vehicles. You can also learn more about how different crashes are assigned.
Cincinnati Police Department
310 Ezzard Charles Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45214
Cincinnati - OHGO || Real-time Ohio Traffic — Ohgo is a website that provides up-to-date information on road conditions, traffic, construction, and other activity affecting roadways managed by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT). The website shows real-time traffic conditions in the Cincinnati area, including alerts about accidents. You can click on web cameras to view actual pictures of current traffic conditions.
Steiden Law Offices | Cincinnati Car Accident Lawyer
Did you suffer serious injuries or was your loved one killed in a motor vehicle accident caused by another party’s negligence? It is in your best interest to contact Steiden Law Offices as soon as possible to ensure that you get the compensation you need and deserve.
Our Cincinnati personal injury attorneys represent accident victims in communities throughout Boone County, Campbell County, and Kenton County in Kentucky and Butler County, Hamilton County, Clermont County, and Warren County in Ohio. Call (513) 888-8888 or complete an online contact form today to take advantage of a free consultation that will let our lawyers review your case.