As an experienced Toledo Automobile Accident Attorney, here are some question I get a lot.
The statistics regarding auto accidents are unsettling. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, nearly 34,000 people died in the United States in 2009 as a result of traffic fatalities. Over 1,000 of these people died in Ohio.
If you are injured in an auto accident due to the negligence of another individual or entity, it is important to take legal action as soon as possible. Qualified automobile accident attorneys like Dennis E. Sawan can guard your interests and help you obtain financial compensation for your injuries.
Do I have a Personal Injury Case?
As expected, this is the most frequently asked question in a personal injury practice. Personal injury and car accident cases are highly fact specific. As a result there is not a “one size fits all” response to this question. Because of this, it is as critical as ever that you seek out and speak to an Attorney familiar with this often complex area of law. To schedule a free consultation with Toledo Personal Injury Attorney Dennis E. Sawan, call 1-866-INJURY-O or 419-900-0955.
What Is My Case Worth?
Valuing a personal injury case is extraordinarily complex, and ensuring that the human dimension is accounted for can be even tougher. Insurance companies often use computer algorithms to value a claim, but this process is notoriously cold and ineffective. The appropriate calculation includes consideration of medical bills, wage loss, loss of earning capacity and pain and suffering and more. This is an area where the consistent advice of experienced counsel is invaluable.
What Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Cost?
Generally, people assume that lawyers are exorbitantly expensive. While this may be true in some areas of law, this is not the case in my personal injury practice. I work on what is called a contingency fee when handling car accident injury claims. What this means is that I do not get paid until and if you get paid. I work fully on future expectations, which means I necessarily have to be skilled at evaluating cases.