A crash in Bluffton, Ohio on Saturday has left one woman injured. The Ohio State Highway Patrol has reported that the accident took place about 12:45 p.m. when 22-year-old Crystal Hollar was traveling west on State Route 103. As Hollar approached the I-75 interchange, she failed to notice that the SUV in front of her had slowed down, and she crashed into the back of it. The SUV was  driven by 37-year-old Angie Emans. Hollar was cited for failure to maintain assured clear distance. Her passenger, 18-year-old Chelsy Nutt, was injured in the accident and taken from the scene to a Lima hospital for treatment. Injuries from Hollar and Emans were not reported at the scene.

Under Ohio law, those injured in the crash as a result of Hollar's failure to maintain assured clear distance  are able to file a claim against her and her insurance company for the injuries they sustained.

If you have been injured in a crash that was not your fault, call our Ohio car accident attorneys at 800.637.8170 to schedule a free consultation.

Charles Boyk
is a personal injury attorney and author practicing law in Ohio. 419-241-1395
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