Suffering bodily harm or property loss caused by another person’s failure to use reasonable care is, in legal terms, personal injury. In determining liability in a personal injury case, the courts look for evidence of negligent or reckless actions, and whether the injury was a foreseeable result of another party’s actions.
The wrongful death and negligence issues below serve as the basis for many personal injury lawsuits:
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Damages may be recovered for:
It is important to keep in mind that the statutory limitation for filing a personal injury claim begins counting down the day your Ohio personal injury occurs.
Your personal injury lawyer needs some time before the statute expires to be able to investigate your claim and determine if there is a personal injury case worth pursuing. It is best to act quickly and contact an injury attorney as soon as possible for the best chance at winning compensation.