Car Accident Attorney
According to the Ohio Department of Public Safety, in 2015 law enforcement agencies throughout the state recorded 302,307 traffic crashes resulting in 1,110 deaths. Of those fatalities, alcohol impaired drivers were involved in 31% of those fatal crashes, and 513 motor vehicle occupants died due to their failure to wear a seatbelt. If you are involved in a motor vehicle accident and suffer injury as a result of someone's negligence, recklessness or intentional conduct you should seek medical attention as soon as possible. If the driver of the other vehicle caused the collision or if you are the occupant of a vehicle that was operated by the at fault driver you may be entitled to compensation for your injury. Compensation includes, but may not be limited to, payment of the medical bills you sustain, the present and future pain and suffering you experience and lost income or wages as a result of your inability to work. Even if the at fault driver was uninsured they are still liable to compensate you for your injuries and, in this case, you may still have a claim for compensation under your own motor vehicle insurance policy. Motor vehicle insurance policies are many times complicated, ambiguous and nearly impossible to understand and sometimes insurance companies deny coverage when coverage actually exists.
It is always advisable to have a trained and experienced accident attorney review the insurance policy to determine your rights. At W. Randall Rock, Attorney at Law, we have over 32 years experience representing people injured in automobile accidents. Our experience in representing the injured is not limited to those involved in car accidents in the greater Dayton, Montgomery County, Ohio area, but also the surrounding counties of Greene, Miami, Warren, Clark, Preble, Darke, Butler, Hamilton, Logan and Champaign County as well. In fact, we have represented car accident victims who have suffered injury throughout the State of Ohio. If you have been involved in a car accident and have suffered injury as a result of the negligence of another contact our office as soon as possible so that your rights can be protected. The consultation is FREE WITH NO OBLIGATION. Please understand that the law limits the amount of time that is available to settle your car accident claim. This law is sometimes referred to as the Statute of Limitations. In other words, if your claim is not settled or resolved before the expiration of the Statute of Limitations you must file a lawsuit before the expiration of the time limit to preserve your right to pursue your car accident claim. Otherwise, you can waive your right to compensation for your injuries. So CONTACT US TODAY. Like fees for wrongful death and medical malpractice, we will represent your interests on a contingent fee basis and, therefore, there is NO ATTORNEY FEE UNLESS YOU PREVAIL.
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