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A civil lawyer can help you resolve your business dispute, malpractice suit, or personal injury claim. If you’ve been injured in an accident, give us a call today. Grant Carpenter Law, LLC is here to make sure your civil case receives the attention, care, and commitment it deserves.
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Have you been the victim of personal injury resulting from a negligent driver? Are you hoping to file a protection order of business dispute? Whatever you’re facing, you need strong representation to fight for your rights. Let a civil lawyer evaluate your case for free today.
What are the most common personal injury cases?
The most common personal injury cases are car accidents where injury has been caused by a negligent driver. Other types of personal injury cases include injuries as a result of hazardous working conditions, medical malpractice, and product defects. In each of these cases there are very specific deadlines that will need to be met in order to file a claim. Once the claim falls outside of the statute of limitations, you may lose your right to file.
What should I do if I was rear-ended by another driver, refused ambulance attention, and am only now experiencing pain?
The best way to maximize your recovery is to contact our office to discuss the specific facts of your personal injury case. There is no requirement to seek immediate medical attention after experiencing a car accident and many pain symptoms may linger or present weeks or months after an accident occurs. Our office can arrange for medical care providers to defer any bills until your personal injury case is resolved.
Is Ohio a no-fault state for accidents and injuries?
Ohio is an at-fault state for accidents and injuries. This means that when there is a car accident, the person who did not cause the accident must make an insurance claim on the at-fault driver’s car insurance. If the at-fault driver cannot pay the full claim, the victim can then use the uninsured or underinsured coverage listed on their own insurance policy to cover the gap.
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