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How an Accident Attorney Can Help
After an accident, you may be overwhelmed by the number of tasks you need to perform. You may need to contact the police, file an insurance claim, and communicate with your employer about time off work. It is important to keep a record of all of these communications and to make sure you do not say anything that could be used against you in the future.
An experienced attorney can help you navigate this process while focusing on what's most important: your recovery. The insurance company will be doing everything it can to minimize the amount of money it has to pay out. Our firm can help you fight for the maximum compensation you deserve.
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What Is Considered a Serious Injury?
Under Ohio law, a serious injury must generally be a permanent, debilitating injury that has a significant impact on the victim’s daily life.
Examples of serious injuries include:
- Traumatic brain injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Severe cuts or lacerations
- Permanent loss of a bodily function
- Permanent disfigurement
- Loss of limb