Paulozzi LPA fought long and hard (understatement) for me to get the best outcome possible after my car accident. Joe Paulozzi and Amy Higgins were wonderful… dedicated, persevering, and honest. I cannot thank them enough, and I highly recommend them to anyone who wants excellent and proactive representation.

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Vehicle accidents are an unfortunate reality in Cincinnati and throughout Ohio. While most vehicle accidents are relatively minor, many of them result in severe injuries and even fatalities for those involved. At Paulozzi LPA Injury Lawyers, our dedicated team is here to help if you need a Cincinnati car accident attorney by your side. If you or a loved one have been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another driver, we will conduct a full investigation into your case and help secure the compensation you need.

Cincinnati car accidents can be devastating

According to data available from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, we can see that there were more than 244,000 total vehicle accidents during the latest reporting year of data we have available. Out of these incidents, there were:

  • 1,154 fatalities
  • 5,898 suspected serious injuries
  • 32,260 suspected minor injuries
  • 25,857 possible injuries

Vehicle accident victims in and around the Cincinnati area regularly sustained severe injuries that require extensive medical care. It is not uncommon for our attorneys to investigate claims involving the following injuries:

  • Broken and dislocated bones
  • Severe lacerations or puncture wounds
  • Traumatic brain injuries
  • Open head injuries
  • Concussions
  • Spinal cord injuries with paralysis
  • Other severe back or neck injury
  • Whiplash
  • Internal organ damage
  • Internal bleeding

Will insurance cover an injury victim’s expenses?

The insurance carrier of the at-fault party will primarily be responsible for covering the expenses of the other parties involved. However, securing compensation through the insurance carrier can be challenging, particularly if the carrier pushes back. If there are any disputes about fault or about how much money they should pay a victim, this could significantly delay a claim.

If an insurance carrier or at-fault party refuses to offer a fair settlement amount or denies the claim altogether, it may be necessary for a Cincinnati car accident victim to file a lawsuit against the alleged negligent party.

Car accident lawsuit statute of limitations

The personal injury statute of limitations in Ohio is two years from the date the injury occurred. This means that a car accident victim in Cincinnati has a two-year window with which to file a lawsuit against the alleged negligent driver. Failing to file a lawsuit within this time frame will result in the victim being unable to recover the compensation they are entitled to.

Contact our Cincinnati car accident lawyer today

If you or somebody you care about has been injured by the negligent actions of another driver in or around Cincinnati, turn to the team at Paulozzi LPA Injury Lawyers for help today. Our dedicated attorneys have the resources necessary to fully investigate your claim in order to help secure the compensation you need. This can include coverage of:

  • All medical expenses caused by the crash
  • Lost income if you are unable to work
  • General household out-of-pocket expenses
  • Property damage expenses
  • Pain and suffering damages
  • Loss of quality of life damages

When you need a Cincinnati car accident attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation by clicking here or calling us at 888-710-0040.

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