Lawsuit Options For Those Injured In Ohio Motor Vehicle Accidents

Every state has implemented auto insurance statutes. Most have what's known as no-fault laws, at-fault laws or a hybrid of the two.

The state of Ohio has implemented at-fault laws. Those injured in any type of car accident in the state of Ohio generally have three options when it comes to seeking damages. They can:

  1. File an insurance claim on their own policy.
  2. File an insurance claim against the at-fault driver.
  3. File a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver.

The Decision To File An Insurance Claim

Whether you decide to file an insurance claim with your own provider or the at-fault driver, it's important to understand that, despite their reassurance, insurance companies are not on your side.

Getting the help of an experienced attorney is essential to ensuring your rights are protected and that you receive the maximum benefits stipulated under Ohio law.

Help From Experienced And Acclaimed Attorneys At Baker, Dublikar

At Baker, Dublikar, we have handled many auto accident injury claims for individuals throughout Ohio.

All of our partners at Baker, Dublikar have at least 20 years of legal experience. And, together, we all have over 300 years of combined experience in the practice of law.

Our firm has also been recognized in the media, noted as one of the "Best Law Firms" in insurance law by U.S. News & World Report.

Contact Us Today: 330-470-7780. Do Not Delay.

If you need help with an auto accident injury claim, call to set up an appointment to talk with an attorney from our office to learn more about the law and how we can help you.

Time is of the essence – if you wish to pursue a claim for your injuries, you only have two years to file your claim from the date of the accident.