A Rumpke driver has died after being hit by a passing motorist in Middletown on Monday. David Evans was 52 years old. He had been airlifted to Miami Valley Medical Center in Dayton, where he succumbed to his injuries. The motorist, a 41-year-old man, “sustained serious, but non-life threatening injuries and was taken to Atrium Medical Center,” per Cincinnati.com.
Summer can bring us some of the best weather days of the year. It can also, especially after a harsh winter, bring potholes. Some of these asphalt pits seem to stick around forever, never getting repaired. Whether it's an oversight by the city, or just that the town doesn't have enough funds for maintenance, it probably doesn't matter to you when a pothole damages your car. You just want it fixed.
Crandall & Pera Law is proud to announce that Kelsey Demeter has been selected for the 2018 Crandall & Pera Law Legal Scholarship. Kelsey is starting her first year at Seattle University School of Law. She recently graduated from Portland State University with a B.A. in Art History. She took multiple courses in both law and political science during her undergraduate years, knowing that law school was her ultimate goal.
It's a familiar sight on the side of the highway (or sometimes right in the middle of the lane) – chunks of tire from an 18-wheeler's blowout. Blowouts from a truck can cause a hazard for other drivers by scattering debris across the road. They also cause dangerous situations for the truckers themselves by making it difficult to steer their rig to safety.
The umbilical cord is a literal lifeline that connects the fetus to the placenta, providing the growing baby with the oxygen and nutrients it needs to stay alive. The cord plays this essential role through pregnancy, labor, and delivery—and once the baby is delivered and able to breathe on its own, the umbilical cord is no longer necessary.
Anyone who owns a car, SUV, or truck is certainly acquainted with recalls. Whether government-mandated or voluntary, most of us have had to take our car back to the dealer at some point to get a faulty part fixed—courtesy of the manufacturer.