You Can Still Sue After a Car Accident If You Weren’t Wearing a Seat Belt
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KNR Legal Blog
Any type of personal injury, whether it is caused by an automobile accident, slip and fall, medical malpractice, or workplace event, can result in great stress and loss of income. If you have suffered one of any numerous injuries associated with these scenarios, you may be inclined to file a legal claim against the responsible individual or entity. However, what if the person who caused you harm is a loved one or friend? Do you file a lawsuit against this person or persons you care about and even love? You may shrink back from this prospect due to the potential damage you may cause to your relationships. However, our Ohio personal injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick can help explain the solution to this dilemma.
Let’s examine below how to move forward in these scenarios without imposing harm to your loved one and still receive the compensation to which you are entitled.
Our experienced and skilled attorneys at KNR have handled countless cases involving injuries sustained by our clients. If you have been the victim of a personal injury, let us help you pursue your rights for possible financial compensation.
Contact us today at 1-800-HURT-NOW to set up a free, no-obligation consultation.
It is difficult enough to deal with a serious injury that you received due to any type of accident. However, when the harm was caused by a family member or friend, the complications can increase. The thought of suing someone you are close to for the sake of getting the compensation you deserve can seem off-putting. However, you may need this compensation in order to preserve your health and finances going forward.
Ohio personal injury lawyers can help you navigate these situations properly. The fact is that in many cases, you can seek compensation directly from the insurance companies and not your loved one or friend directly. You can do so without harming or putting your family member or friend in jeopardy financially, or otherwise.
Remember that your loved one wants you to get better. They don’t want you to suffer or have medical assistance withheld because of lack of funds. They want you to be able to return to work and recover from your injuries.
Although your loved one or friend may be named on the personal injury claim, the purpose will only be to gain access to the relevant insurance policy or policies. Ohio personal injury lawyers can negotiate with insurance companies for the maximum compensation possible based on your claim. This is the reason insurance companies exist. They pay for damages caused by their customers – the policyholders.
If you fail to take advantage of the insurance provided by your loved one’s insurance policy, then you are leaving money you are owed on the table and allowing the insurance company to bypass its obligation. Insurance companies make healthy profits on their policies and this enables them to pay out according to their end of the bargain.
So in the end, if your loved one or friend does not have insurance coverage, then you may not want to file a claim that will damage them. However, if your family member or friend is covered by an insurance policy for the incident which caused you harm, then the insurance company is the entity to pay you.
If you or a loved one is suffering from the results of a recent personal injury, don’t let another day go by with obtaining competent legal help. You may be entitled to substantial compensation for your losses. The Ohio personal injury lawyers at Kisling, Nestico & Redick are here to help you take the next steps forward.
Call 1-800-HURT-NOW or contact us online to request a free, confidential consultation.