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You could be entitled to financial compensation if another person’s negligent action injured you. Kisling, Nestico & Redick has protected the rights of accident victims since 2005. Our lawyers have recovered more than $500 million in damages through settlements and verdicts.

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Personal Injuries in Upper Sandusky, OH

Every year, residents in Upper Sandusky are injured, mostly when someone breaches their duty of care. These accidents create physical, emotional, and financial harm. An attorney can help you recover damages from the at-fault party.

Common Personal Injury Accidents

Benefits of a Personal Injury Attorney

Insurance companies often try to take advantage of accident victims unfamiliar with liability laws or how much their case might be worth. You increase your chance of securing a settlement when you work with an attorney. Some of our attorneys worked in the insurance industry and now use this knowledge to your advantage.

There are other benefits of working with an attorney serving Wyandot County.

Collect and Examine Evidence

When you’re injured, trying to collect police reports and medical records is challenging. An attorney with KNR has the necessary resources to assess the circumstances of your accident and examine the evidence. You are more likely to recover compensation when you submit a detailed claim, including proof of liability. Working with an attorney allows you to concentrate on recovering from your injuries.

Evaluate Your Damages

Ohio law permits you to seek damages for economic and non-economic (also called emotional) losses. You might think only of medical bills, but there are many types of damages after an accident or injury. An attorney considers the extent, nature, and severity of your injuries. You deserve compensation for all the ways that someone’s negligence affected you and your loved ones.

Negotiate with the Insurance Company

Our injury attorneys are skilled negotiators with years of experience dealing with insurance companies. We are proud of our reputation for recovering compensation through experience and knowledge. While each case is different and past results don’t guarantee future outcomes, rest assured that KNR fights for maximum compensation.

Provide Links to Resources

With 12 locations throughout Ohio, KNR is familiar with the needs of accident victims no matter where they live. We connect you with the type of resources that injured individuals often need, such as hospitals, body shops, and police departments. Our goal is to answer your questions and make your life as stress-free as possible while pursuing compensation for you.

Wyandot County Courthouse

Upper Sandusky, OH Resources for the Injured

We hope you find the following resources helpful for your post-accident tasks.


You should receive medical attention. Sometimes the shock and trauma of the accident masks symptoms of a serious injury. You can see a licensed medical professional at one of these locations.

Wyandot Memorial Hospital
Upper Sandusky Urgent Care


Some accident injuries are difficult to pinpoint. A fall or car accident often throws your spine out of alignment, causing inflammation and pain. A chiropractor might be able to locate the source of your pain and help you feel better.

Common Questions for the Injured

Our attorneys have over 500 combined years of legal experience. We know that you have questions and want to help. If you have specific questions about your case, contact KNR today for a free, no-risk consultation.

How Much Time Do I Have to File a Lawsuit

Under Ohio law, you have two years from the date of the accident to file a personal injury lawsuit. Although many injury cases settle outside of court, an attorney needs time to prepare a case if negotiations fall through. You deserve to exercise all your options and make an informed decision about your case.

Should I Mention Fault in My Case?

Admitting fault in your personal injury case could jeopardize your claim. Insurance companies try to blame victims because this allows them to avoid paying. When you volunteer information about your case, the insurer could deny your claim. We encourage you to talk to an attorney before speaking with the insurance company.

How Do I Prove Someone Is At Fault?

Establishing liability is essential for pursuing compensation. There are several ways to prove that the other party is at fault. A skilled attorney understands the burden of proof that insurers require before considering a payout. An attorney with KNR obtains evidence of liability or wrongdoing that caused your injuries.

Photos and Videos

If possible, take pictures or videos at the scene. Be sure to include visual evidence, property damage, and even pictures of your injuries.


Ask people at the scene if they are willing to make a statement about what they saw and heard. Having a witness statement (or several) is excellent supporting documentation for your case.

Police Reports

An attorney uses a police report as an official document showing the date, time, location, and often the cause of the accident. Insurance claims are more substantial when there is a police report to corroborate other evidence.

Should I Go to the Hospital?

Even if your injuries don’t appear severe, they may intensify, or you could develop new symptoms. Taking a trip to the nearest hospital or urgent care center helps you avoid needless pain and discomfort.

Medical Documentation

An experienced accident attorney knows that insurers need proof of your injuries. Going to the hospital or walk-in clinic produces medical documentation that supports your case. Medical documentation in an injury case might include test results, examination notes, photos, and your doctor’s opinion about your prognosis.

Accident Statistics for Wyandot County, OH

Population: 21,900 Total Size: 408 square miles

The Ohio State Highway Patrol investigated 541 car accidents in Wyandot County during 2021, including six fatal collisions. The three most dangerous days for accidents were Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays.

Contributing Factors:

  • 18 alcohol-related
  • 26 involved OVI (Operating Vehicle Impaired)
  • 11 drug-related
  • 24 distracted-related
  • 42 involved failure-to-yield
  • 71 speed-related
  • 12 involved running a red light or stop sign
  • One bicycle-related
  • Two pedestrian-related
  • 11 motorcycle-related

Accidents by Age Group:

  • 130 youth-related
  • 61 involved teens
  • 191 mature-related

Upper Sandusky, OH Car Accident Resources

Car accidents disrupt your life in many ways. KNR makes your life easier by connecting you with the resources that many car accident victims need.

Towing Services

Tow trucks could help transport your damaged vehicle wherever it needs to go. Here are a couple towing companies.

Ed’s 24-Hour Service
Upper Sandusky Road Service

Body Shops

Auto body shops are first-aid for your banged-up car. Choose from one of the following repair shops below.

Patrick’s Automotive Solutions
Splawn’s Automotive
RF Auto Repair, LLC

Car Rentals

Extensive repairs take time. It might be helpful to rent a car while your vehicle is in the shop.

Enterprise Rent-a-Car Sandusky
Enterprise Rent-a-Car Marion

Police Departments

Always call the police after a car accident, even if you think it’s not a big deal. Getting an officer on the scene helps ensure that you have an official report about what happened.

Wyandot County Sheriff’s Office
Upper Sandusky Police Department
Ohio State Highway Patrol

Crash Reports

If the Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to your accident, you can request a crash report on their website. If officers from Upper Sandusky, Carey, or Wyandot County investigated, you should contact them for a report. An attorney reviews the report as further proof of liability.

Common Car Accident Questions

You didn’t ask to be hurt in a car crash, but you can ask KNR for help. Our attorneys fiercely defend your rights to hold the liable party accountable.

What if the At-Fault Driver Is Uninsured?

When you’re involved in an accident with an uninsured or underinsured driver, you still have options for seeking compensation. In our experience, many policyholders are unaware that they carry uninsured motorist protection. This insurance covers your damages if the at-fault driver is uninsured (or if you’re a victim of a hit and run driver).

Another option is to ask an attorney about filing a personal injury lawsuit. Although the other driver doesn’t have insurance, they could still have financial assets.

Should I Hire an Attorney?

You are not legally required to hire an attorney, but there are several benefits if you choose counsel. Ohio has complicated liability and negligence laws that affect your case. In addition to legal knowledge, an attorney that handles personal injury cases understands how insurance companies operate. This experience helps you obtain the best possible outcome in your case.

What Is Negligence?

Negligence is a legal term that means someone failed to uphold their duty of care, causing injury as a result. For example, failing to obey a red light is considered negligent behavior. An attorney looks for proof that the other party breached their duty and therefore should pay for your damages.

Many car accidents involve negligence, such as:

What if I Cannot Work Due to Injuries?

The liable party’s insurance might cover lost wages due to accident-related injuries. If you are severely injured, your expenses could reach the policy limit. An attorney can file a personal injury lawsuit to seek additional damages.

Why Hire KNR?

With over 500 combined years of legal experience, our attorneys are ready to take action on your case. Kisling, Nestico & Redick attorneys have earned many awards for their experience and results in personal injury litigation.

For decades, Kisling, Nestico & Redick has guided injured individuals through insurance claims and legal action. We do all we can to get you the compensation and justice you deserve.

If you were involved in an accident in Upper Sandusky and want to know how much your injury claim is worth, call KNR today.

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Call Kisling, Nestico & Redick today at 1-800-HURT-NOW to schedule a free, no-risk consultation. KNR is also available online. We only get paid when you recover compensation.