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Motor vehicle accidents are the most common cause of injuries and deaths as a result of negligence in Ohio.
The most recent report issued by the Ohio State Highway Patrol calculated more than 1,000 fatalities occurred in 2016 as a result of car crashes.i Motor vehicles are powerful machines that cause significant injuries when they collide. When faced with uncertainty regarding your future, you need peace of mind.
In helping clients for over three decades, Cowan & Hilgeman understands how to protect your rights against professional insurance adjustors that stop at no cost to minimize your claim, deny your medical bills and treat you unfairly. The motor vehicle accident attorneys at Cowan & Hilgeman will explain the entire claim process, from start to finish.
We pride ourselves on client satisfaction and strive to fully explain:
- All Compensation Available Under Ohio Law
- Medical Bills – Who Pays and How to Get Them Paid
- Lost Wage Repayment
- Out-of-Pocket Cost Reimbursement
- Collection of Medical Records and Bills
- Value of Pain and Suffering
- Expert Reports
- Property Damage Repairs and Diminished Value Claims
Cowan & Hilgeman has the experience and resources that are necessary to fully investigate your case and prosecute your claims. If you have questions regarding your claims or benefits, call us today to schedule a free motor vehicle case consultation.
Why wait? No Risk – No Fee – No Obligation.
See for yourself why so many clients have trusted the motor vehicle accident attorneys at Cowan & Hilgeman to protect their rights. We are proud to offer free face-to-face motor vehicle case evaluations.
Please contact the Dayton Personal Injury Lawyers at Cowan & Hilgeman to schedule your free initial office consultation today.
From the Blog
In an article dated January 17, 2020, the Daily Court Reporter stated that Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced recently that fatalities on Ohio’s roads this year have increased over 2018, making 2019 one of the deadliest years on Ohio roads during this decade. There have been a total of 1,119 fatalities on Ohio roads this year to date, as...
The maximum amount of compensation available after a motor vehicle accident varies considerably in Ohio, depending on the nature of the claim. First, the court will calculate the Economic Damages caused by the accident. That will usually include medical bills, damage to property and vehicles, lost wages and rehabilitation costs. There is no set...
We all dread getting into an accident, but with so many uninsured drivers on the road, a bad situation can get so much worse if you get into an accident and the other driver did not have auto insurance. In 2015, it was estimated that 12.4% of all Ohio drivers were uninsured. Thanks to recent improvements in law enforcement detection and strict...
By car insurance industry estimates, you will file a claim for a collision about once every 17.9 years. If you got your license at age 16, the odds are quite good that you’ll experience some kind of crash by the time you’re 34, at the latest. Over the course of a typical long, driving lifetime, you should have a total of three to four accidents....
No matter where you live in the Buckeye State, you are legally required to carry the state minimum auto insurance to protect you and those around you in the event of a collision. The minimum car insurance requirement for Ohio drivers is: $25,000 bodily injury per person per accident$50,000 bodily injury for all persons per accident$25,000...
Despite the popularity of the term, there is no actual policy called “full coverage auto insurance.” In other words, insurance providers do not offer an auto insurance policy that covers everything. However, what is considered full coverage auto insurance by some is the combination of comprehensive insurance, collision insurance and liability...
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