November 13th, 2013
The Cincinnati police are now only filling out traffic crash reports in certain limited situations. Is this just being derelict? No its coming down from the top brass. This is a critical problem. Crash victims may not get compensated because the Cincinnati police failed to spend 15 minutes to document a crash scene and identities with a traffic crash report.
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The police will not fill out a report if a vehicle crash involves property damage only and all involved vehicles are operable. Or if there is no significant injury they will not fill out a report. A significant injury is defined as a visible or non visible physical injury which requires medical treatment as recommended by on scene medical personal. So if the life squad does not show up it appears no report will be made unless one of the vehicles must be towed from the scene.
This shameful conduct sets the stage for abuse of the legal and insurance system. Mistaken identities will be rife. Wrongdoers will not be ticketed is also the presumption here although it is not stated. The police document does not describe that a citation should be issued.
So if a party wants to change there story it can be done without a third party documenting that this was not the way the car crash happened. Many people are hurting the next day that are not aware of an injury immediately, as swelling and injury toxins release, the injury becomes manifest. Yet there will be no documentation of how the accident occurred.
Cincinnati Police Document Revealed
Cincinnat Police Document Exposed
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Anthony Castelli has been practicing Ohio personal injury law for over 32 years. Call him to get answers to your questions about you car accident serious injury. 621-2345 He offers a free consultation .
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October 31st, 2013
About three weeks ago I got a call out of the blue that started with: “We want to put you in jail.” At first I was slightly startled, but my “guilt ” was lessened when the caller told me that this was a call to help the Muscular Dystrophy Asociation with a fundraiser for Read More
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September 14th, 2013
Greyhound Bus Accident News Update and Caution A Greyhound bus crashed in Liberty Township on Interstate 75 late last evening. According to news reports from WLW which apparently broke the story the accident occurred north of Cincinnati near State route 129 in Butler County, Ohio. Apparently just south of Monroe Ohio The bus just ran Read More
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September 4th, 2013
Columbus injury accident attorneys can be easy to find in Columbus, Ohio. But if you have been seriously injured by the fault of another it’s not that simple. Finding a personal injury lawyer is easy. After all many lawyers claim to be capable of helping those hurt or harmed or even killed by the fault of another. But are they really fully capable? Read More
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September 2nd, 2013
Proving the effects of an isolated concussion, especially where there were no findings on MRI or CT scan can be a challenge. Even proof of repeated concussions and the connection to long term symptoms can be problematical as the recent settlement by the NFL and injured players implies. Read More
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August 24th, 2013
I just got back from the 9th annual Hero’s Ride. This motorcycle event honors many of the local Ohio soldiers that lost their life serving our country. There were hundreds of motorcycles lined up ready to take a police escorted ride from village Green Park through Butler County to Hueston Woods and back to Fairfield. They left promptly at 1 PM after a short ceremony. Read More
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