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You could be entitled to compensation for damages from an accident that was not your fault. A personal injury and car accident attorney serving Newark protects your rights and helps you recover damages.

Since 2005, Kisling, Nestico & Redick has obtained more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts for our clients. Our attorneys have an in-depth knowledge of the insurance industry – a tremendous advantage when seeking maximum compensation.

We invite you to call 1-800-HURT-NOW for a free, no-risk consultation. KNR is also available online. We only get paid when you recover compensation.

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Personal Injuries in Newark, OH

Accidents caused by negligence frequently happen in Newark and throughout Licking County. Our injury attorneys handle many cases and fight tirelessly to get you compensation from the at-fault party.

Common Personal Injury Accidents

Benefits You Enjoy from an Attorney

Being an accident victim was not your choice, but you can take control of your case with the help of an attorney. Kisling, Nestico & Redick helps you recover compensation for your medical bills, lost pay, mental anguish, and other losses. There are other benefits to hiring a lawyer.

Collect & Examine Evidence

Many personal injuries are the result of negligence. When someone fails to act according to an expected duty of care, injuries often occur. An experienced injury lawyer knows what evidence is needed to prove that the other party is negligent. Our award-winning law firm has the resources and knowledge to dig deep into the cause of your accident and identify all liable parties.

Assess Your Damages

The amount of compensation you could recover depends on the damages incurred. An injury lawyer assesses the value of these damages. This process carefully considers your losses today and in the future. This also includes emotional pain and suffering.

Negotiate with the Insurance Company

When an attorney handles your claim, you stand a better chance of recovering a fair settlement. The insurance companies recognize our experience and results. Our attorneys don’t back down when it comes to recovering the compensation you need to move forward. Should the insurance company fail to negotiate in good faith, we can take your case to court.

Connect You with Local Resources

In addition to legal representation, an attorney with KNR connects you with local resources. We research to get you the contact information for services that accident victims often need. Our team is also here to answer your questions so that you make an informed decision.

Newark, OH Resources for the Injured

KNR has 12 locations throughout Ohio. Here are some local resources near Newark that may help you or an injured loved one.


Many accident victims say that they feel fine, only to experience pain several days later. It is in your best interest to seek medical attention. You certainly do not want to risk worsening symptoms or increased discomfort when medical help is nearby.

Licking Memorial Hospital
Licking Memorial Family Practice
Licking County Community Health Clinic


Not all injuries involve broken bones. Soft tissue injuries such as whiplash are common after a fall or car accident. A chiropractor helps pinpoint the source of your pain. Using holistic, non-invasive methods, a chiropractor helps relieve inflammation, stiffness, and discomfort.

Common Questions for the Injured

Kisling, Nestico & Redick wants to answer your most asked questions. Please reach out if you have specific questions about your case.

How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit?

Ohio has a two-year statute of limitations for personal injury lawsuits. The clock starts the day you’re injured (or discover your injury). It takes time to prepare a court case. While most personal injury cases resolve through insurance settlements, you do not want to risk losing the chance for legal action.

Do I Admit Liability in My Injury Case?

Any indication of liability is a reason for the insurance company to deny your claim. Liability is a complex legal issue that most people do not fully understand. Let an attorney communicate with the insurer for you to avoid jeopardizing your compensation with an offhand remark.

How Do I Prove the Other Person Is At-Fault?

Proving liability is a critical part of an injury case. An attorney investigates and examines the evidence to show how the other party caused your injuries and should be held accountable.

Photos & Videos

Use your cell phone to take photos or videos of the accident. Try to include details such as skid marks or your damaged vehicle. It is a good idea to take pictures of your injuries, too.


Ask people at the scene if they are willing to make a statement about what they saw or heard. Witness testimonies play an important role in building your insurance claim.

Police Report

You may request that the police give you a written account of your accident or injury. An attorney examines police reports for valuable information about the events, circumstances, and involved parties.

Should I Go to the Hospital?

Getting medical treatment should be your top priority after an accident or injury. While you might not think you’re injured, only a healthcare professional can make that determination. It is worth your peace of mind to visit your local hospital or walk-in clinic.

Medical Documentation

Insurance companies look for any reason to avoid paying you what you deserve. Medical documentation is evidence of your injuries. Be sure to follow your doctor’s instructions, including future appointments or referrals to specialists. Keep all bills, invoices, and receipts since your attorney can include these as part of your claim.

Accident Statistics for Licking County, OH

Population: 178,519 Total Area: 687 Square Miles

The Ohio State Highway Patrol investigated 3,306 car accidents during 2020, including 15 fatal crashes.

Contributing Factors:

  • 163 alcohol-related
  • 198 involved Operating Vehicle Impaired (OVI)
  • 199 distracted-related
  • 59 involved drugs
  • 470 speed-related
  • 502 failure-to-yield related
  • 144 involved running stop sign or red light
  • 76 involved motorcycles
  • 19 pedestrian-related

Accidents by Age Group:

  • 1,134 youth-related
  • 545 teen-related
  • 1,076 mature-related

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Newark, OH Car Accident Resources

Our attorneys have over 500 combined years of legal experience and are ready to help you with your car accident case. We also connect you with resources that come in handy after a crash, such as those below.

Towing Services

There are a couple towing services located in Newark and Licking County.

M & P Towing, LLC
RK Auto Towing & Recovery

Body Shops

Here are a few local body shops near you.

Mid-City Auto Body, Inc.
Pagani’s Downtown Car Care
New Hopes Body & Collision Service
Smitty’s Collision & Repair

Car Rentals

Repairing your car might take a while, depending on the extent of the damage. You can contact one of these area car rentals to get you around town when your car is in the shop.
Enterprise Rent-a-Car Newark

Hertz Newark

Police Stations

We encourage you to file a police report after the accident. A police report helps support your insurance claim. If you did not get a copy on the scene, you should reach out to local law enforcement agencies.

Licking County Sheriff’s Office
Newark Police Department
Ohio State Highway Patrol

Crash Reports

Officers that respond to the accident must complete a crash report. The Ohio State Highway Patrol has crash reports you can download; however, they only provide documentation for accidents they investigate. If another police agency responded to the accident, you would need to contact them.

Common Car Accident Questions

Kisling, Nestico & Redick knows that you have questions about your case. For specific concerns, please reach out for a free consultation.

What if the At-fault Driver Does Not Have Insurance?

You may still recover compensation even if the at-fault driver is uninsured or underinsured. It is a complex process that is best navigated with the help of a dedicated car accident lawyer. An attorney might first review your auto insurance to see if you have a rider for uninsured motorists. If that is not available, you and your attorney can discuss filing a personal injury lawsuit to recover damages.

Should I Hire an Attorney?

You have one opportunity to seek compensation for your medical bills, property damage, and other losses. Filing an insurance claim on your own is daunting enough but is nearly overwhelming when you are injured. An attorney with KNR takes care of all the details, from securing evidence to compiling receipts. We negotiate for maximum compensation to ensure you have enough money to cover your economic and emotional damages.

How Does Negligence Impact My Claim?

Negligence is when someone fails to act with the level of care that a reasonable person would have performed in similar circumstances. A lawyer uses negligence to show that the other driver was responsible for your accident, injuries, and damages.

Examples of negligence in car accidents include:

  • Distracted driving
  • Reckless driving
  • Drunk driving
  • Speeding

Who Covers My Lost Wages if I Cannot Work?

You have options for compensation if you cannot work after the accident. Personal injury protection (PIP) insurance usually covers lost wages. However, you could reach the policy limit if you have extensive injuries and a lengthy recovery.

Ask an attorney about filing a personal injury lawsuit to recover lost pay.

Why Hire KNR?

Our attorneys focus on personal injury law. We believe that when you suffer because of someone’s negligence, you deserve compensation and justice. Kisling, Nestico & Redick has helped more than 10,000 injured men and women like you. We give your case the individual time and attention it deserves.

Insurance companies are notorious for denying claims outright or trying to settle as cheaply as possible. You should not have to reach into your pocket to pay for an accident that was not your fault. Let an experienced, compassionate injury lawyer serving Newark fight for you.

Call KNR Today: Free Consultations & No Up-front Costs

Schedule a free initial consultation today. We only get paid when you recover compensation. Call Kisling, Nestico & Redick at 1-800-HURT-NOW. We’re also available online.