After getting injured in a bus accident, you should consider what a bus accident lawyer serving Whitehall from Bressman Law can do for you. For over 30 years, our legal team has been helping injured claimants recover compensation for their medical bills, lost income, and property damage costs. We are determined to bring about a fair resolution to your legal matters.
We also offer our help on a contingency-fee-basis. While working with Bressman Law, you do not have to worry about paying anything upfront or out of pocket. You only pay us our attorney’s fees if we successfully resolve your case. To start exploring your legal options, dial (614) 538-1116.
Recoverable Damages in a Whitehall Bus Accident Case
We want to help you recover the cost of your accident-related expenses. Your compensable losses will ultimately rest on the details of your situation. The severity of your injuries and the cost of your economic damages will influence how much money you can expect to recover.
We can help you seek compensation for your:
Our law firm can review your health insurance options to see if you have coverage.
From there, we can evaluate your medical bills to secure financial recovery for:
- The cost of the ambulance ride
- Physical therapy
- Surgical interventions
- Modifications to your family home or vehicle
- In-home nursing care
You may be able to receive compensation for losses not on this list.
Your bus accident lawyer serving Whitehall can evaluate your employment records to calculate your lost wages, tips, benefits, and bonuses. We may be able to help you recover compensation for any harm to your earning power as well.
Pain and Suffering
Your legal team can help you seek compensation for the physical and emotional trauma of your injuries.
If your bus accident left you with a long-term ailment that impairs your quality of life, your lawyer could help you seek compensation for this loss. This is different from applying for disability through the Social Security Administration.
Damages Associated with Losing a Loved One
If you lost a loved one in a bus accident, you might be able to recover compensation for the various expenses associated with their passing.
Some of those expenses include:
- Loss of the decedent’s income
- Loss of consortium
- Loss of parental guidance and household services
- The decedent’s final medical expenses
- The decedent’s funeral, burial, and memorial service
When you call Bressman Law, a member of our team can listen to your story and explain your legal options. You may be able to pursue financial recovery for items not listed here. To get started with a free, no-obligation case review, dial (614) 538-1116.
For a free legal consultation with a bus accident attorney in Whitehall, call (614) 538-1116
Explaining Ohio’s Statute of Limitations
You may need to file a bus accident lawsuit to recover compensation for your damages. If so, you do not have an unlimited amount of time to pursue litigation.
- If you are filing a personal injury lawsuit, Ohio Revised Code (ORC) §2305.10 often gives plaintiffs two years in order to do so.
- If you are filing a wrongful death lawsuit, you generally have two years from the date of the decedent’s passing to take action, per ORC §2125.02.
Some facts of your situation may give you more or less time to act. That is why it is imperative to consider legal representation as soon as you can. A lawyer can evaluate your case and explain how long you have to file a lawsuit under Ohio’s statute of limitations. To ask us questions about the state’s statute of limitations, call Bressman Law today.
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Our Team Can Help You Recover Compensation Following a Bus Accident
Right now, you may have many questions about how a lawyer from Bressman Law can help you. As noted, our top priority is to help you and your family recover compensation for your accident-related losses. To achieve this goal, we will implement a variety of legal measures on your behalf.
Some of the services that our law firm provides include:
Identifying the At-Fault and Liable Parties
In a bus accident case, the at-fault party is the one who directly caused the accident. The liable party is the one who is responsible for paying for your losses. So, for instance, a negligent bus driver could have caused your accident. However, their employer could be held financially accountable for your damages.
Bressman Law will review traffic camera footage, record witness testimony, and read the police report to determine fault and liability for your losses.
Negotiating a Settlement
Your lawyer will calculate the cost of your accident-related expenses before entering into negotiations with the liable insurance company. Upon presenting your demand letter, the liable insurance company will do one of three things.
They will either:
- Deny your claim
- Accept your claim
- Offer a counteroffer
Ideally, the insurance company will agree to your terms and offer you adequate compensation. However, if this does not happen, your lawyer can file your lawsuit and argue your case in court.
Filing a Bus Accident Lawsuit
Our legal team acknowledges that most personal injury cases do not go to court. However, if a lawsuit is deemed necessary in your case, our law firm can help you throughout the litigation process.
- Cross-examine witnesses
- Present evidence
- Consult with third-party field experts
- Call in witnesses
- Negotiate for a pre-trial settlement, if possible
Our legal team can handle the entirety of your bus accident case. While you work with us, you can spend time with your family and rebuild your life.
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Our legal team is prepared to help you move forward from this difficult time. A bus accident lawyer serving Whitehall can prove fault, gather evidence, and estimate the cost of your accident-related damages. We can help you secure more than just financial recovery; we can help you secure peace of mind. To get started, call Bressman Law today at (614) 538-1116.
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