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If you were one of the individuals that suffered injury or damage to your car caused by the mistake of another driver, you may have a right to compensation.
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Hurt in a car accident?
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Navigating your car accident claim.
When you’re injured in a car accident it can be difficult to see the whole picture. You are so focused on the moment and getting money to cover your immediate expenses, that you can’t think of how this injury and accident is going to influence you in the long run. Meanwhile, the statute of limitations in Ohio for car accidents is two years. In other words, no matter how bad your accident if you do not file a claim in that two-year window, you will not be able to bring your claim to court.
Who is liable after a car accident in Ohio?
The state of Ohio is a shared fault state, meaning that even if you are partially at fault for an accident you may still be eligible to receive compensation. Ohio follows a “modified comparative negligence rule” which means that the percentage you are determined to be at fault for an accident is the percentage that will be deducted from your compensation. If you are determined to be more than 50% at fault for an incident, you are not liable to pursue your claim.
What if my insurance company makes me an offer?
After a car accident, your insurance company may make you an offer, however, it is very important to remember that insurance companies usually have their own best interest at heart, not yours. Often when an insurance company makes an offer, it is not as much as they are truly willing to pay, unfortunately, however, after an offer is accepted you will not be eligible to pursue further compensation from them.
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