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Ohio Car Safety Inspections

Posted in Car Accidents,Ohio on February 11, 2018

If you’re a new resident in Ohio, or you recently moved to a new county within the state, you may have to go through a car safety inspection in order to register your vehicle. The Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) works with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to conduct “E-Checks,” which test your vehicle’s […]

Ohio Car Insurance Requirements

Posted in Car Accidents,Ohio,Personal Injury on January 11, 2018

Ohio, like most other states, sets minimum levels of coverage for anyone who owns or operates a vehicle within the state. Whether you’re new to the state or just want to see if your coverage is up to snuff, we’ve outlined the state laws governing car insurance in Ohio. Remember that these are for minimum […]

How to File a Car Accident Claim with Erie Insurance

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on December 11, 2017

When you’ve been in a car accident, it is important to file a claim with the insurance company in a timely fashion that is accurate and provides the key information the insurance company needs to investigate and process your claim. If your claim is with Erie Insurance, the following steps will help you navigate the […]

How to File a Car Accident Claim With Grange Insurance

Posted in Car Accidents,Personal Injury on November 13, 2017

Ohio residents have options when it comes to auto insurance, but Grange Insurance is one of the leading auto insurers in the state and has a reputation for reliable coverage and great customer service. However, it’s still important to have some understanding of the auto insurance claims process. It’s also wise to know what to […]

Halloween Safety Tips

Posted in safety on October 16, 2017

Halloween is a fun and exciting time of year, and many American children look forward to dressing up as their favorite characters and scary monsters to go trick-or-treating. Halloween is also a cause for celebration among adults who might host costume parties or attend Halloween-themed events. While Halloween can be lots of fun, it can […]

How Many Car Accidents Are There in the USA Per Day?

Posted in Accident Statistics,Car Accidents on September 18, 2017

Every year, car accidents cause more injuries and deaths than any other type of personal injury incident. With hundreds of thousands of vehicles on the road, the odds of getting into a collision in your lifetime are frighteningly high. Even the most prudent drivers can’t always avoid crashes with distracted and reckless drivers. Eliminating car […]

Is It Legal to Ride a Child on the Back of a Motorcycle in OH?

Posted in Personal Injury on August 11, 2017

Motorcycling in Ohio entails dozens of rules and operator responsibilities. From mandatory helmets under the age of 18 to specific laws for maximum sound levels, motorcyclists must understand and obey a number of restrictions in the Buckeye State. There are several rules regarding motorcycle passengers and how they must ride on the machine, especially when […]

Is Lane Splitting Legal in Ohio?

Posted in Car Accidents on July 27, 2017

“Lane splitting” refers to the act of maneuvering a motorcycle or bicycle between two vehicles moving in the same direction on a highway or other road – in other words, riding on the line between the lanes. Lane splitting is illegal in every state except California. In Ohio, motorcyclists and bicyclists caught lane splitting may […]

Amber Swink Case

Posted in Recent Cases on September 14, 2016

The Brannon Law Firm and attorney Douglas Brannon have filed a complaint in Federal Court against the Montgomery County Sheriff’s office and Capt. Judith L. Sealey for violently assaulting Amber Swink with pepper spray when she was confined in a restraint chair while in the jail on November 15, 2015. The entire assault of Amber […]

HOLMES V. STATE OF OHIO

Posted in Recent Cases on June 27, 2016

A recent client of ours applied for relief from a weapons disability that arose from a felony conviction several years ago. Originally the court denied Holmes of possessing a firearm but our attorney, Douglas Brannon, brought forth his case to the court and proved he was, in fact, eligible to possess a firearm and that the trial […]