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How to Get Your Bills Paid After an Accident

How to Get Your Bills Paid After an Accident

When you’re injured in a car accident, medical bills can add up quickly. Hospital stays are notoriously expensive, and your treatment could go on indefinitely, depending on the severity of your injuries. Most clients are concerned about how they’ll be able to pay for their medical bills and vehicle damage. While vehicle insurance may cover …

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What to Know About Roundabout Accidents

What to Know About Roundabout Accidents

Roundabouts are becoming more common across the United States. Over the past two decades, municipalities have been embracing circular intersections. Experts love roundabouts because they minimize traffic congestion and fatal accidents. While the number of fatal accidents at a roundabout drops, compared to traffic-signal-controlled intersections, the number of accidents may actually increase. Here’s a quick …

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What Happens if I'm Partially Responsible for a Wreck?

What Happens if I’m Partially Responsible for a Wreck?

Accidents happen. Sometimes, plaintiffs are partially at fault for how things happened. Does that mean that recovering damages is completely out of the question? Ohio is a comparative negligence state. That means that plaintiffs can still recover damages for accidents in which they were injured—but their award will be reduced. The Law Offices of Tim …

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Loss of Income and Diminished Capacity Damages

What Are Loss of Income and Diminished Capacity Damages?

When you’re severely injured, it can interfere with your ability to work in the future. When those injuries are due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness, you may be able to hold that person or entity responsible. Loss of income damages are sometimes mixed up with diminished earnings. Working with the Law Offices of Tim …

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When a Third Party is Responsible for Your On-the-Job Injury, I’ll Make Them Pay!

Suffering an on-the-job injury can be life-altering. From broken bones to brain injuries, some work accidents leave an employee permanently scarred, unable to provide for themselves or their families. Picture this: A heavy equipment operator suffers amputation when his new earth mover’s gear shift sticks and causes an accident. A roofer falls off a ladder …

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