Cincinnati, OH – Two Injured in Crash with Semi-Truck on Hamilton Ave

Cincinnati, OH – Two Injured in Crash with Semi-Truck on Hamilton Ave

Cincinnati, OH (November 24, 2020) – Two people were hospitalized following a two-vehicle accident involving a semi-truck and a sedan in Cincinnati on Saturday, November 21. 

Local reports revealed that the crash happened early that morning at around 6:50 a.m. Emergency responders were dispatched to the site of the crash located in the 11000 block of Hamilton Avenue. The semi-truck and the passenger car collided for unknown reasons on the roadway. 

Two crash victims were transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center for the treatment of sustained injuries. No updates on the conditions of the injured parties are currently available. The identities of the crash victims have not been released at this time. 

Local law enforcement officials are currently investigating the cause of the crash. 

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

18-Wheeler Accidents in Ohio

Cincinnati, OH - Two Injured in Crash with Semi-Truck on Hamilton AveWhen an 18-wheeler collides with a passenger car, it can result in life-changing injuries. Truck drivers are often required to meet tight deadlines when transporting cargo across the country, pressuring them to make costly errors on the roadways. An estimated 5,000 people are killed annually in semi-truck accidents nationwide, and the vast majority of those killed are the occupants of passenger cars. An estimated 90% of trucking accidents are the result of human error. 

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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