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Personal injuries and car accidents frequently happen in McArthur and elsewhere in Vinton County. When someone’s negligence injures you or a loved one, get help from an experienced attorney with Kisling, Nestico & Redick. You could be entitled to financial compensation for medical bills, lost pay, pain and suffering, and other losses.

Filing an insurance claim is frustrating when you are injured. Let our experienced injury attorneys put their insurance industry knowledge and proven results to work for you. KNR has recovered more than $500 million in settlements and verdicts and will help recover the max for your losses. .

For a free, no-risk consultation, call Kisling, Nestico & Redick at 1-800-HURT-NOW or use our online contact form. We get paid only when you recover compensation.

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Personal Injuries in Vinton County, OH

Kisling, Nestico & Redick has protected the rights of injured victims since 2005. We understand the physical, emotional, and financial pain that an injury or accident can cause.

Common Personal Injury Accidents

Benefits of an Injury Attorney

Hiring a personal injury attorney gives you valuable insight and assistance so you can make informed decisions. Accident victims may recover significantly higher settlements when they work with a lawyer. Your damages might be more substantial than you think. Our award-winning lawyers carefully evaluate your claim to recover the maximum possible compensation.

There are other benefits of working with an attorney.

Establish Liability

Getting compensation for your injuries depends upon proving that the other party is at fault. Most people do not have the experience, knowledge, or time to perform all the necessary tasks in establishing liability. Kisling, Nestico & Redick has the resources to investigate the circumstances of your accident. We collect evidence, review police reports, and examine documentation to build a strong case.

Assess Damages

Many injured people are entitled to compensation beyond their medical bills. A dedicated injury attorney considers all your damages, from lost pay to emotional trauma. You deserve financial recovery for the many ways that you’ve been affected by someone’s negligence.

Negotiate with the Insurance Company

One of our many strengths at KNR is our inside knowledge of the insurance industry. We know how insurance adjusters think and the tactics they might use to give you less than what you deserve. Although each case is different, and we cannot guarantee the outcome of future cases, KNR has recovered substantial compensation for clients.

Connect You with Local Resources

Injuries and accidents turn your life upside down. We do everything possible to reduce your stress by providing you with a list of local resources. From finding the closest walk-in clinic to booking a rental car, KNR is here to help.

Vinton County, OH Resources for the Injured

With 12 convenient locations throughout Ohio, KNR has the strength, knowledge, and experience to help you get your life back on track. The following is a list of resources that might help you check everything on your to-do list.


Some accidents cause life-threatening injuries that require immediate hospital care. A trip to the nearest walk-in clinic or your doctor is probably fine for less severe injuries. However, you know your body and should listen to your instinct regarding pain or worsening symptoms. It is in your best interest to seek medical care from one of the following providers.

Holzer Medical Center Jackson
Holzer Urgent Care


Not all injuries involve broken bones. Many accident victims suffer from whiplash, back pain, or headaches. A chiropractor may be able to relieve your pain using holistic, non-invasive methods that involve correctly aligning your spinal cord.

Common Questions for the Injured

Our experienced attorneys have helped over 10,000 clients, and we would be honored to help you. Here are a few commonly asked questions. If you have questions related to your case, please reach out using our convenient contact form.

What Is the Deadline for Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

You only have two years to file a personal injury lawsuit. While this sounds like plenty of time, you should consider that most lawsuits arise only after insurance negotiations break down. You want to exercise all your options without fear of missing important deadlines. Contact an injury lawyer serving McArthur as soon as possible to gain a better understanding of your rights.

Should I Admit to Fault to the Insurance Company?

Insurance companies look for any reason to deny your claim. Any statement that you make about your role in the accident could jeopardize your claim. Liability is a complex legal issue that is best left to an attorney with knowledge and experience. You deserve time to rest and recuperate; let an attorney with KNR deal with the insurance company.

How Do I Establish Liability?

You cannot simply accuse the other party of causing your injuries without proof to back up your claim. When someone is negligent, we mean that they failed to act with the same level of care that any reasonable person would in similar circumstances. An attorney looks for evidence that shows that the other party breached their duty of care for some reason.

Photos and Videos

Cell phones make it easy to snap pictures right at the scene. Try to include evidence that points to negligence by the other party, such as a dangling wire that caused you to trip or your damaged vehicle.


Witnesses who saw and heard the incident can give your attorney a statement. Eyewitnesses should be interviewed as soon as possible while the details are fresh in their minds.

Police Reports

Police reports are often full of valuable information that your attorney can use to establish liability. You have the right to request a copy of the report to use with your claim.

Should I Go to the Hospital?

Going to the hospital might not be necessary for less severe injuries. However, you should still see a medical professional. People who “feel fine” often experience pain several hours after the accident. You do not want to risk making your injuries worse by delaying or avoiding medical care.

Medical Documentation

Going to the doctor is the first step in feeling better. It is also an essential component of your insurance claim. Insurance companies view a lack of medical documentation as suspect and could refuse to pay compensation. Diagnostic tests, lab results, and your medical provider’s notes are objective evidence of your injuries.

Accident Statistics for Vinton County, OH

Vinton County Population: 12,800 Total Area: 415 square miles

One of Ohio’s least populated counties, the Ohio State Highway Patrol investigated 269 crashes in Vinton County during 2020. There was one fatal accident.

Contributing Factors:

  • 18 alcohol-related
  • 26 OVI (Operating Vehicle Impaired) incidents
  • 12 drug-related
  • 11 involved distracted drivers
  • 64 speed-related
  • 26 failure-to-yield and running a red light/stop sign
  • 12 involved motorcycles

Accident Age Groups:

  • 86 youth-related
  • 36 teen-related
  • 73 mature-related

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Vinton County, OH Car Accident Resources

Our lawyers have over 500 combined years of legal experience that comes in handy when someone injures you or a loved one. We also know what it means to put your life back in order after an accident.

Here are resources in McArthur and Vinton County that might be helpful after a car accident.

Towing Services

If your car or truck is too damaged for you to drive, you need to call a tow truck. Here are a few towing services near you.

McDonald’s Towing & Garage, LLC
West Side Motors & Wrecker Services (740) 596-4405
Remy’s Wrecker (740) 288-6647

Body Shops

It’s discouraging to see your damaged car. Fortunately, there are several body shops and mechanics near McArthur.

Mason’s Auto Body (740) 596-4916
Zinn Brothers Automotive (740) 596-7010
Sts Auto Truck & Transmission (740) 596-2388

Car Rentals

If your car is in the shop, you’ll need to find other ways to get around town. Here are a few options for car rentals.

Enterprise Rent-a-Car (Jackson)
Enterprise Rent-a-Car (Chillicothe)

Police Departments

Depending on which police department investigated your crash, you will need to ask them for a police report. This report might include any citations or arrests that are useful for establishing liability.

Vinton County Sheriff’s Office
McArthur Police Department (740) 596-2680
Ohio State Highway Patrol

Crash Reports

The Ohio State Highway Patrol provides copies of crash reports. However, they only have reports for accidents that they investigate. If another police department responded to the crash, you would need to contact them.

Common Car Accident Questions

Our car accident lawyers want to help you recover compensation and justice. Our clients receive regular updates, and we are always happy to answer questions.

What If the At-fault Driver Is Uninsured?

When an uninsured driver is to blame for your injuries, you should check with an attorney to discuss compensation options. One answer might be your auto insurance if you have uninsured/underinsured coverage. Another option is seeking compensation with a personal injury lawsuit. Either way, an attorney with KNR is by your side through the entire process.

Should I Hire an Attorney?

Insurance companies make money by denying claims or paying as little as possible. Our car accident lawyers negotiate with insurance companies using insider knowledge and a determination to recover maximum compensation on your behalf. Remember, we get paid only when you recover compensation.

What Is Negligence?

Negligence occurs when someone fails to take the same prudent measures that any reasonable person would take in the same situation. Negligence is a legal term when someone breaches their duty and causes harm.

Most accidents stem from negligence, such as:

What if I Cannot Work Because of My Accident Injuries?

The at-fault driver’s personal injury protection (PIP) should cover your lost pay. If your injuries are extensive, you might not be able to work for weeks or months. In this case, you might have to file a personal injury lawsuit to recover additional lost wages.

Why Choose KNR?

Kisling, Nestico & Redick has the experience, insurance industry knowledge, and results that show our commitment to helping injured people recover compensation. We know what it takes to prepare, file, and negotiate insurance claims. We also know that sometimes the best way to get compensation for our clients is to take the defendant to court.

No matter what type of personal injury or accident, our dedicated attorneys are ready to fight on your behalf. Our injury and accident lawyers serve McArthur and Vinton County with dedicated legal representation and the highest level of client care. Reach out today to get started on your case.

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