Whether it’s hard to get around because you’re injured, or your car was totaled, a lack of transportation should not stop you from getting help. KNR can assist with vehicle repairs, facilitating a rental, and coming to you when possible. Our attorneys also conduct virtual consults to make things convenient. Contact us about your situation. We’ll find a solution.
One of people’s biggest fears about filing a claim after an injury is the cost of legal help. But despite what insurance companies say, personal injury settlements and verdicts are higher on average for people represented by a lawyer. Plus, KNR operates on contingency, so there's no risk. If you don’t recover compensation, you owe nothing.
Determining legal responsibility for your injuries usually boils down to establishing negligence. And while it’s easy to say the driver who hit you was at-fault, various factors may have contributed to the crash. You’re best served by discussing the details with a lawyer who can investigate and identify all the parties involved.
One of the hardest things we encounter is when people struggle financially after being hurt through no fault of their own. After all, even if you’re injured and can’t work, your mortgage, bills, and living expenses remain. We can review your options, document your expenses, and pursue comprehensive compensation, so any difficulties are temporary.
Many people understandably stress about being out of work, losing pay, and exhausting their vacation time because they were injured. You may even worry about being fired. However, by working with a lawyer early on, there are steps you can take to protect yourself under FMLA, communicate with your employer, and keep your position.
Everyone’s situation and potential for compensation after a serious injury are unique. What’s important to remember is that you should not be held financially responsible for another’s negligence. You have every right to recover for how you were negatively impacted. The best way to evaluate the value of a personal injury claim and the damages you can expect is to speak with a lawyer.
Even if an accident wasn’t your fault, you are probably worried about paying for medical treatment if you don’t have health insurance. Settlements take time, and you’ll need to pay medical bills now. While you may be responsible for certain out-of-pocket costs, you can recoup these expenses and work with a lawyer to arrange proper medical care.
Ohio law requires you to file an accident report if injuries, fatalities, or more than $1,000 in damage are involved. And while an accident report speeds up the process and is an important piece of evidence, you can usually still file a claim without a police report.
Even if you doubt whether you need to go to the ER or hospital, you should go. Your health needs to be the priority, and you could be doing more harm than good by downplaying your injuries and foregoing medical care. Our team can review your situation, work with your doctors, and help ensure you have what you need to heal.
Being hurt in an accident is scary and stressful. But KNR is here to make the process as painless as possible. Let us answer your questions, explain your rights, and pursue the max compensation you deserve so you can heal – physically & financially. Call 1-800-HURT-NOW for a free consultation.