Automobile accidents in Ohio that result in legal action are typically referred to as Personal Injury cases.  Legal claims for automobile accidents may be related to various circumstances, including car accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, bike accidents, or rail road crossing accidents.  A person is injured, or personal injury occurs, when someone is injured accidentally by another person’s failure to use reasonable care in the operation of their automobile.  Claims for personal injury may also involve circumstances were someone is injured as a result of someone’s reckless operation of their vehicle or their disregard for the safety of others.

When a person is injured in a car accident or other motor vehicle accident, medical expenses, insurance claims, loss of income can become very overwhelming.  Automobile accidents that cause personal injury can change the lives of the injured victims, and they can also change the lives of the victim’s entire family.  That is why in Ohio, the spouses or parents of an injured victim may have a claim as well, known as loss of consortium or loss of services.

Further, when a person injured in a car accident requires future medical care and attention, our attorneys represent them to make sure that they are fully compensated for future medical expense, loss of quality of life, projected loss income, and the loss to the victim’s family.   Our attorneys represent people who are injured in automobile accidents in Ohio to ensure that injured victims are reimbursed for their future medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, and loss of consortium.

Tragic automobile accidents in Ohio can result in a wide range of serious bodily injuries that may require an extensive amount of medical care and time off work.  Our attorneys work for you to obtain compensation from being injured, which may include: costs associated with property damage; medical care; economic loss or loss of income; physical and emotional pain; and suffering.  Some of the common injuries that are often suffered car accidents include broken or fractured bones, lacerations to the face, body, and limbs, brain injury, concussion, loss of limb, spine injuries, paralysis, and various others. Any of these types of injuries can lead to a lot of hospital bills, prescription medications, doctor visits, rehabilitation, and time off work or the loss of a job.