Accident Questions Get Answers


Moore Law host and TV journalist Deb Haas and Cincinnati personal injury attorney Dan Moore welcomed Cincinnati personal injury lawyer Brett Goodson from the firm of Goodson & Company, Ltd. as viewers called in with questions about “Car & Truck Accidents.” During one segment, Dan showed a graphic with “Things You Should NEVER Do after a Car Crash”:

  1. Fail to call the police
  2. Refuse medical treatment if you are in pain
  3. Forget to get the other driver’s insurance information

Viewers calling in to Moore Law included Kristen in Crescent Springs describing being overwhelmed with medical bills after an accident with an uninsured motorist, Alvin in Indiana saying how a truck wreck would require additional surgeries, Joe in Northern Kentucky asking about the limitations of his full coverage following a motorcycle accident, Stephanie in Kentucky inquiring about options after her son was involved in a crash that was the other driver’s fault and Betty in Florence asking whether grandparents could be held liable for a DUI accident that a grandson who lives with them had been involved in.

Dan also answered two questions from viewers for the show’s “Moore Law Connection” segment that. Viewers can “like” Moore Law on Facebook, follow the show on Twitter or ask questions via the form on either the show’s blog or the Moore Law section of the FOX 19 website to take advantage of “Moore Law Connection.” Submitting a question electronically for the “Moore Law Connection” segment will not guarantee an answer on air.

The entire “Car & Truck Accidents” show is viewable in the video above. Deb and attorney co-host Don Moore will welcome Cincinnati Social Security disability lawyer Michael J. Mooney from the Michael J. Mooney and Stephen H. Olden Law Offices next Monday to take viewer questions about “Social Security Disability.” That show will air live on Monday, August 6, 2012, at 9:30 a.m. on WXIX-TV, FOX19.

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