Personal Injury Attorneys and Car Accident Lawyers Serving Logan, OH

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When someone’s negligence leaves you or a loved one injured, it can be hard to know what your next step should be. A personal injury and car accident lawyer serving Logan protects your rights and helps you pursue compensation from the responsible party.

Kisling, Nestico & Redick has helped more than 10,000 injured people and has over 500 combined years of legal experience. Whether it was a dog bite, car crash, or another kind of accident, KNR guides you through the complexities of a personal injury case.

Our attorneys have earned more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts for our clients. We also help you find local resources for medical care, towing, crash reports, and more.

Reach out to Kisling, Nestico & Redick online or call 1-800-HURT-NOW to schedule a free consultation. We only get paid when you recover compensation.

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Personal Injuries in Logan, OH

Every year, people in Logan suffer needlessly due to another person’s reckless action. You could recover compensation for your accident-related injuries and damages.

Common Personal Injury Accidents

Benefits Of Working With An Attorney

You did not ask to be hurt by someone’s negligence, but you can ask for help pursuing compensation from the at-fault party. KNR has protected the rights of accident victims in similar circumstances. Whether you live in Logan or elsewhere in Hocking County, you enjoy control of your case and increase your chance of recovering compensation with an attorney.

There are other benefits when you work with a lawyer.

Collect And Examine Evidence

Most accidents occur because someone fails to uphold their duty of care. You need proof of this breach of care to pursue compensation after an accident. A skilled attorney relieves you of the time-consuming task of collecting evidence to establish liability.

Evaluate Your Damages

Whether you suffered mild or life-threatening injuries, an attorney helps you recover compensation for your economic and non-economic damages. Kisling, Nestico & Redick is an award-winning law firm that commits itself fully to our clients. We seek maximum financial recovery for all the ways an injury impacts your life.

Negotiates With The Insurance Company

Dealing with an insurance company is frustrating enough without the additional stress of being injured and in pain. Our lawyers enjoy an insider’s perspective of the insurance industry. This knowledge allows us to negotiate from a position of strength. If the insurance company refuses to reach a fair settlement, our lawyers can take them to court.

Provides You With Valuable Information

Our commitment to client service also includes connecting you to resources that you might need after an accident. With 11 convenient locations throughout Ohio, we provide you with contact information to local hospitals, car rentals, and police departments.

Logan, OH Resources for the Injured

KNR has helped thousands of injured people just like you. You don’t have to struggle through confusing paperwork or insurance claims on your own. You also don’t have to wonder where to turn to find what you need after an accident in Logan.

Hospitals

A medical professional should examine you after an accident. Some injuries aren’t apparent right away. You can get medical care at one of the nearby hospitals.

Hocking Valley Community Hospital

Hocking Valley Urgent Care

Chiropractors

Not all injuries show up on an X-ray. A fall or traffic accident can cause painful soft tissue injuries in your muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Some accident victims find relief from a local chiropractor.

Chiropractors use non-invasive, holistic treatment to relieve aches and pains. While they cannot promise a cure, regular visits can promote healing and better overall health.

Common Questions for the Injured

You have questions; KNR has answers. Our injury attorneys are here to help you understand your legal rights and options when it is time to pursue compensation.

How Long Do I Have To Sue The At-fault Party?

Like most states, Ohio has a statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits. You have two years from the date of your injury to sue the liable party. Our attorneys can often successfully resolve an injury case through an insurance settlement. However, if negotiations fall through, you want to have enough time to exercise your legal rights fully.

Should I Discuss Fault In My Injury Case?

Admitting fault to the insurance company gives them grounds to deny your claim. It is possible to seek compensation if you played a minor role in the accident. However, liability is a complicated legal issue. It is probably best if you allow an attorney with KNR to discuss your case with the insurer.

How Can I Prove The Other Person Is At Fault?

It takes time and a deep understanding of Ohio’s liability laws to establish fault after an accident. Our attorneys take a deep dive into the cause and circumstances that led to your injury. We use several methods to show liability, which helps you recover compensation.

Photos and Videos

A picture is worth 1,000 words in a personal injury case. If possible, take pictures or videos with your cell phone at the accident scene. Evidence disappears, so if you cannot take photos, call KNR right away. We do all we can to capture valuable evidence to support your claim.

Witness Testimony

A statement from someone who witnessed the accident is another standard method of establishing liability. Try to get the names and phone numbers of people who were on the scene.

Police Report

You are entitled to a copy of the police report. A report officially documents the time, date, location, and potential cause of the injury or accident.

Do I Need To Go To The Hospital?

You might already be in the hospital for severe or extensive injuries. Even if your injuries are less serious, you should always get medical care. You might not need to go to the emergency room, but you should get to your family doctor or an urgent care center as soon as possible.

Medical Documentation

Medical attention is for your best health. It is also vital to prove that another person’s negligence caused you physical and emotional suffering. Insurance companies might question the validity of your pain if you wait to get medical care or do not follow through with your medical practitioner.

The person responsible for your injuries should pay for past and ongoing medical care. An attorney will want to make copies of any medical documents and bills to include with your insurance claim.

Accident Statistics for Hocking County, OH

Hocking County Population (2020 Census): 28,050

Total area: 424 square miles

City of Logan Population (2020 Census): 6,972

The Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) investigated 640 accidents in 2020, including four fatal crashes. The majority of these accidents happened on Fridays and Saturdays.

Contributing Factors:

  • 197 accidents involved speeding
  • 65 involved intoxication or impairment
  • 61 accidents involved failure-to-yield
  • 34 distracted-related
  • 17 accidents involved drugs
  • 23 motorcycle-related

Most Affected by Age:

  • 90 accidents involved teenagers
  • 170 mature-involved
  • 196 youth-related accidents
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Logan, OH Car Accident Resources

Car accidents disrupt every part of your life. Even getting to work or dropping your kids off at school becomes a challenge when your car is undrivable.

Kisling, Nestico & Redick helps you connect to resources after a car crash.

Towing Services

You cannot always drive your vehicle home or to the repair shop. Here are a few towing services in and around Logan if your car is undrivable.

Southwest Towing & Recovery

Marty’s Wrecker Services (740) 385-4330

Grubb’s Towing & Recovery (740) 218-0080

Body Shops

While it is not easy to see your vehicle banged up, here are several options for repairs.

Chieftain Main Shell

Gillespie’s Auto

Hocking Hills Collision Repair (740) 385-8132

Zink’s Body Shop (740) 385-7448

Car Rentals

You might need to rent a car while your vehicle is getting repaired. Here are a few car rental locations.

Enterprise Rent-a-Car (Lancaster)

Hertz (Lancaster)

Drive for Less (Lancaster) (740) 777-1277

Police Departments

It isn’t easy to think of every detail after a car accident, including requesting a copy of the police report. You can contact these police departments to get a copy of the crash report.

Logan Police Department

Hocking County Sheriff’s Office

Crash Reports

The Ohio State Highway Patrol takes photographs and creates a report for every crash they investigate. If the OSHP responded to your accident, click here for a crash report. This link is only for accidents investigated by the OSHP. You’ll need to reach out to individual police departments for their accident report.

Crash reports help a car accident attorney determine liability. You want to develop the strongest possible claim to pursue maximum compensation.

Common Car Accident Questions

KNR is ready to help you recover compensation and justice from an accident that is not your fault. Here are commonly asked questions from accident victims.

What If An Uninsured Driver Caused The Crash?

In a typical car accident, you would file a claim against the at-fault driver’s insurance. When an uninsured or underinsured driver is to blame, recovering compensation is more challenging.

An experienced car accident attorney examines the details of your case, including your insurance, to determine if you have uninsured motorist protection. Your plan might cover your medical bills, lost pay, and other economic losses.

Another possibility is to file a personal injury lawsuit against the uninsured driver. KNR has accumulated many courtroom hours and won verdicts in favor of our clients.

Should I Hire An Attorney For My Injury Case?

It is your decision, but you should know that people with attorneys often receive higher settlements than those without legal representation. A car accident lawyer with KNR vigorously seeks maximum compensation for your medical bills, pain and suffering, and other expenses. You deserve to have time to recover from your injuries and focus on your well-being.

What Does Negligence Mean?

Negligence is a legal term for someone who fails to perform an action that another reasonable person would do in the same situation. A negligent party may be held financially accountable for causing your injuries and damages.

Negligence is often the cause of car accidents, such as:

What If I Cannot Work After The Accident?

An attorney with Kisling, Nestico & Redick calculates your economic damages, including lost pay. We take a careful look at your current and anticipated losses, then pursue a fair settlement. Most of the time, the at-fault party’s insurance covers your lost pay.

Should your lost salary exceed the policy limits, you and your attorney can discuss filing a personal injury lawsuit to recover additional damages.

Why Hire KNR?

For decades, Kisling, Nestico & Redick has helped accident victims recover compensation. We do all we can to help you get your life back on track after someone’s negligence injures you. Our attorneys do the heavy lifting, from investigating the cause of the accident to negotiating for a fair settlement.

You should not have to wade through paperwork or deal with a pushy insurance adjuster when you are injured. KNR guides you through the process with experience and compassion. We get paid only when you recover compensation.

Call Today for a Free Consultation

Schedule a free initial consultation today. Kisling, Nestico & Redick is available online, or call 1-800-HURT-NOW.

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