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If you have been injured as a result of the negligent actions of another individual, we advise you to retain the immediate representation of Henderson, Mokhtari & Weatherly. Our Columbus personal injury lawyers are backed by nearly five decades of collective experience and a history of success. With our extensive experience and in-depth legal knowledge in your corner, you may obtain the upper hand in your case. We obtain the legal resources and skill set necessary to secure the most favorable case outcome.
Our legal team genuinely cares about each and every client who secures our representation. As such, we make ourselves available around the clock to address client questions and concerns. Allow our legal professionals to help you successfully navigate the complexities of the legal system with a sense of ease and confidence. We will not offer cookie-cutter solutions or hand your case off to a paralegal. Our accident attorneys in Columbus will personally handle each legal aspect of your case. We will offer you the hard-hitting representation and individualized support that you deserve.
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Do I Have A Case?
If you have been injured due to another's negligence, you have a case. Due to the serious and sensitive nature of your case, we advise you against navigating the complexities of the legal system alone. When you hire a skilled attorney from our firm, you increase your chances of securing a favorable case outcome.
What Damages Am I Entitled To Recover?
The compensation you're entitled to recover is heavily dependent upon the injuries you've sustained. Our clients suffer an injury and require medical treatment. Therefore, past and future medical treatment and lost wages are recoverable. In addition, punitive damages and general damages such as pain, suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, emotional distress, and inconveniences due to the injury are recoverable.
How Long Do I Have to File a Claim?
The statute of limitations in Ohio for personal injury claims is two years. This means that you have two years from the date of your injury to file a claim or you may lose your right to compensation. However, if your claim is against a government entity or for a medical malpractice case, the statute of limitations is much shorter. Ohio does allow exceptions to this rule in specific situations.
What is a Fault State?
Ohio is a “fault” state when it comes to car accident liability which means that the party responsible for the accident is responsible for paying damages, although the negligent party’s insurance company is the one who most often actually pays for the damages. In comparison, a no-fault state is one where an injury victim's own personal injury protection, or PIP, insurance covers their financial losses. PIP insurance is a requirement in no-fault states but is not in fault states.