SKILLED IN CAR ACCIDENT CASES
CAR ACCIDENTS CAN OCCUR ANYWHERE AND WHEN THEY DO THE DAMAGES CAN BE SEVERE.
CAR ACCIDENT ATTORNEY SERVING CLIENTS IN ROSSFORD, OHIO
The pain, emotional damage, post traumatic stress, anxiety, and depression that follow a traumatic car crash are just that–traumatic. Our attorneys at Groth & Associates know this through our extensive work in helping Rossford car crash victims throughout the years. Part of our service includes detailed descriptions of what is going on in your case, excellent communication throughout this ordeal, and unmatched passion when it comes to getting you the highest possible settlement or lawsuit award.
Whether you were involved in a serious car crash or a fender bender, the Rossford personal injury attorneys of Groth & Associates will see that justice is served and that you are fairly compensated. Call us today to schedule a free consultation with an attorney. You are not alone in this; our lawyers have helped countless people that have been in your shoes and have seen them move on to live full, happy, and productive new lives after putting their ordeal behind them.
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MOST FREQUENT CAUSES OF CAR COLLISIONS
Sadly, there were 305,964 traffic crashes, 112,000 injuries, and 1,133 fatalities in Ohio in 2016, according to Public Safety Ohio. If you were injured in a Rossford, Ohio car collision, chances are that it was caused by one, or more, of the following driving behaviors of the other party:
- Cell phone use;
- GPS use;
- Aggressive driving;
- Eating or drinking;
- Driving while intoxicated;
- Drowsy driving;
- Talking to a passenger with eyes and/or mind off the road;
- Attending to a child passenger; or
- Another form of carelessness.
OTHER PRACTICE AREA CASES
MOST COMMON EXCUSES THAT THE OTHER PARTY MAKES
WHILE PERSONAL INJURIES ARE OFTEN REFERRED TO AS ACCIDENTS, THEY ARE OFTEN THE RESULT OF ANOTHER PERSON’S RECKLESS OR NEGLIGENT CONDUCT.
We have heard it all when it comes to made up, or even believed, excuses that the negligent party makes in an attempt to pass on the blame. However, whether they claim that the sun was in their eyes or that they were driving on unfamiliar roads, we will hold them accountable. All Ohio drivers must know the rules of the roads and give a reasonable amount of care and attention to the other road users who they are sharing space with. It is not a viable excuse to claim that one of the following occurred and to expect to be let off the hook:
- I was tired from being kept up by the baby last night;
- I was only using my cell phone to answer work emails;
- The rain was hindering visibility;
- Standing water caused a hydroplane;
- The other car came out of nowhere;
- I didn’t see the other car/cyclist/pedestrian; or
- I thought I had the right of way.
If it can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the other driver caused the crash, whether they were driving recklessly or not, they will be held accountable.
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INCLEMENT WEATHER IS NOT A VALID EXCUSE FOR THE OTHER PARTY TO MAKE
This rule of accountability applies to inclement weather situations as well. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) found that nine percent of crashes occur in the rain, showing that a disproportionate amount of crashes occur in wet weather because it rains less than nine percent of the day on average. Rain, snow, and sleet reduce friction and visibility, making for more treacherous driving conditions. But this does not give anyone a free pass for causing a wreck. Ohio drivers are expected to slow down, give more space, turn their lights on, and make other necessary adjustments to their driving behavior during inclement weather.
WHAT YOU CAN BE COMPENSATED FOR
The damages associated with a car crash are varied and vast. It is always best to talk to an attorney before accepting an offer from the other party’s insurance company, because you are probably entitled to much more than their low offer. You may be compensated for the following, and our attorneys will help you achieve this:
- Medical bills;
- Pain and suffering;
- Loss of body part or function;
- Lost ability to earn the same living or perform the same work that you used to;
- Lost wages;
- Vocational rehabilitation and training;
- Loss of joy of life;
- Stress, anxiety, and emotional turmoil;
- Future medical procedures;
- Medical or caretaking costs;
- Costs of adding infrastructure to your home, such as a wheelchair ramp or railings;
- Property damage; and
- Much more
REACH OUT TO A DEDICATED CAR ACCIDENT ATTORNEY IN ROSSFORD, OH
Contact a Rossford, OH car accident lawyer with the law offices of Groth & Associates if you were injured in a traffic collision. Call us at 419-491-3370 at your soonest availability.