Were you injured in a car that was involved in an accident with a much larger vehicle? As the occupant of a passenger vehicle, you could be entitled to financial recovery from the at-fault driver of the truck, bus, or other large vehicle that collided with your passenger car. That means the at-fault driver could be compelled to pay your medical expenses and compensate you for the pain and suffering caused by your injuries.
In addition to these expenses, you might also be able to collect compensation for income you lose if your injuries prevent you from doing your job. To be successful, you must meet certain criteria (and may have to comply with Ohio’s statute of limitations).
A Columbus passenger vehicle accident lawyer can help ensure your claim is complete and can help determine the types and amounts of compensation you might be able to receive. Contact Bressman Law by calling (877) 538-1116 immediately.
Collect Compensation After a Vehicle Collision in Columbus
Ohio State Highway Patrol statistics report 64,058 vehicle accidents led to 5,547 injuries and 505 fatalities in 2019. If you were injured in a car accident like any of these, you deserve financial compensation for your injuries. There are also financial consequences for the at-fault driver if a member of your family was injured or killed in a collision with a much larger vehicle.
If another car or a large truck, bus, or delivery van collided with the car in which you were travelling, you may be entitled to recover the cost of treating your injuries. Your recovery can encompass more than medical bills, however, it can include many other expenses and financial losses you should not have to pay for out of your own pocket.
Our team helps vehicle accident victims in Columbus (or in any of the nearby communities) assign liability to the at-fault driver and to collect compensation. Find out how we can help you get financial compensation after a car accident. Call Bressman Law at (877) 538-1116 to review your potential claim and possible compensation with us today.
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Get Financial Recovery for Your Passenger Seat Injuries
As a passenger car occupant in a dangerous collision, assigning a value to your compensation claim can be complex. Compensation often starts with your medical expenses, but those expenses are only part of the total monetary award you could receive. Your total compensation package could also include:
- Current medical expenses
- Future medical expenses
- Current income loss
- Future income loss
- Pain and suffering
- Physical disfigurement
- Physical disability
- Mental distress
- Emotional distress
Your claim for financial recovery can have one or more of these factors, or even have factors not listed above. The Columbus passenger vehicle accident lawyer who represents your claim can help you valuate your expenses and losses.
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Find Out How We Fight for Both Your Rights and Compensation
When you are involved in a car accident, the financial impact of the accident should fall onto the shoulders of the at-fault driver. We help you fight for that compensation by filing a personal injury claim against the at-fault driver. Our team will:
- Review the crash report
- Interview accident witnesses
- Complete insurance forms
- Review medical records
- Assign a value to your claim
Managing partner David Bressman has phenomenal client reviews, is warm, supportive, and helpful, and has been serving personal injury clients for more than 30 years. Our entire team’s goal is to ensure you are not left paying any of the expenses of a car accident you did not cause.
Compile Documents That Support Your Compensation Claim
As the occupant of a passenger vehicle in a car accident, you may be entitled to receive compensation. To support your compensation claim, we might ask for reports and other documents that prove your injuries and the amount of your financial losses—such as:
- Crash reports
- Medical records
- Medical bills
- Employment records
- Salary history
- Pharmacy records
We might be able to request some documents or reports on your behalf, or point you toward where to obtain them. These documents will help us create a complete case file and prove the expenses of your injuries. Collecting these documents and other evidence as quickly as possible is important because your compensation claim must meet certain state-mandated time restrictions.
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Start Seeking Financial Compensation as Soon as Possible
When you are injured in a passenger vehicle versus a large truck or bus accident, the role of time in your pursuit of financial recovery might not be the first thing on your mind. Your first priorities are sure to be your physical recovery and finding out how to recover from the financial impact of your injuries. You should know, though, that time can play a more important role in your injuries than you might initially think.
In addition to the time it takes to recover from your physical injuries and to get back on your feet, your lawsuit against the at-fault driver also has a time component. In Columbus, Ohio Revised Code Section 2305.10 generally restricts your time to file a personal injury lawsuit against the at-fault driver to two years from the date of the accident. Avoid missing this deadline or running out of time to file your claim by contacting our team as soon after you are injured as possible.
Start Your Personal Injury Claim Today
If you or someone you love was injured in an accident, you may be entitled to financial compensation from the at-fault driver. A Columbus passenger vehicle accident lawyer can show you how to hold the driver of the at-fault vehicle (or the company that employs them) financially responsible for your injuries, medical bills, income loss, and pain and suffering.
Find out how to do so by contacting the team at Bressman Law. Call (877) 538-1116 to reach one of our representatives and get started on your compensation claim today.