Cincinnati, OH – Semi-Truck Injury Crash on Clay Wade Bailey Bridge

Cincinnati, OH – Semi-Truck Injury Crash on Clay Wade Bailey Bridge

Cincinnati, OH (December 11, 2020) – A crash involving a semi-truck and a passenger vehicle was reported in the Cincinnati area on Thursday morning, December 10. 

Reports from the Cincinnati Police Department revealed that the two-vehicle collision occurred at around 7 a.m. The site of the crash was located near the intersection of Clay Wade Bailey Bridge and Third Street. At this time, the cause of the crash is still unknown. 

Emergency responders were dispatched to the crash site to render aid to the injured parties. The cause of the accident has not been revealed at this time. No further information on the accident has been provided by local authorities. 

An ongoing investigation into the accident is being managed by local law enforcement officials. 

Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

18-Wheeler Accidents in Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH - Semi-Truck Injury Crash on Clay Wade Bailey BridgeWhen an 18-wheeler collides with a passenger car, the resulting injuries can be catastrophic. Commercial trucks weigh many times more than passenger cars and take much longer distances to come to a complete stop. There are nearly 500,000 collisions involving large trucks reported annually across the United States, and thousands are killed annually in these devastating collisions. The majority of trucking fatalities involve the occupants of smaller passenger vehicles. 

Large semi-trucks can cause catastrophic injuries in the event of a collision with a passenger vehicle. Truck-driver inexperience is a leading cause of deadly commercial vehicle accidents as companies are trying to fill positions due to a shortage of drivers, and this negligence contributes to serious crashes involving 18-wheelers and commercial vehicles. When the negligence of another driver results in a crash, injured victims should consult with an Ohio trucking injury lawyer in order to recover lost compensation by pursuing an Ohio personal injury claim.

The Green Law Firm has years of combined experience helping Illinois residents recover after being injured in an Ohio 18-wheeler accident, and we are dedicated to making sure all of our clients receive top-quality legal representation. We have helped our clients recover millions of dollars to date, and our years of experience can be put to work on your case. Contact our offices at (513)769-0840 to discuss your claim for compensation with an experienced semi-truck crash attorney in Ohio.

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Disclaimer: The Green Law Firm has worked hard throughout the decades to become well-respected members of our local business community.  We are always striving to improve the quality of our fellow community member’s lives and hope that by drawing attention to the serious dangers related to catastrophic injury accidents in Ohio that people will take all the necessary precautions to avoid being involved in a serious car accident. The information that we provide in these posts should not be misconstrued as legal advice or medical advice.  These posts are not intended to be a solicitation for business. The pictures used in these posts are not representative of the actual vehicles involved in the accident or of the actual crash site.