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Serious Car Accidents in Cincinnati

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Car accidents are the leading cause of serious personal injury in the United States today, and they are the leading cause of death for children and teenagers. Whether you are a driver, a passenger, a pedestrian or a bystander, you are always at risk of involvement in a car accident. Car accidents range in severity from fender-benders to fatalities and even those serious accidents that do not kill can cause injuries so severe that they alter the victims’ lives forever. If you have been in a serious car accident and it was someone else’s fault, you must act quickly to gather evidence and move your case closer to compensation. The first step is obtaining the assistance of a professional Cincinnati car accident attorney who is devoted to achieving full compensation for you and your family.

Serious Car Accidents and Negligence Claims

Negligent driving is the most common cause serious car accidents. Some examples of typical negligent driver behavior include:

  • Speeding
  • Driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs
  • Disobeying traffic signs or signals
  • Failing to follow other traffic rules, such as ignoring a no-passing zone or failing to yield the right-of-way
  • Aggressive driving or “road rage”
  • Distracted driving, such as talking or texting on a cell phone

If another driver has committed any of these behaviors and injured you or a loved one as a result, that negligent driver is responsible for your damages.

Potential Injuries from Serious Car Accidents

Serious car accidents can cause severe injuries to drivers, passengers and pedestrians. Common injuries from car accidents include burn injuries, spinal cord injuries, broken bones, internal bleeding and traumatic brain injury. Serious injuries are rarely temporary. Even though an individual may recover a high percentage of normal body function, healthy tissue has been replaced with scar tissue, joints no longer work as smoothly and your body is simply not the same. The aftermath of serious injuries usually renders one temporarily or permanently disabled. It is important that all the impact on a person’s life is evaluated by the appropriate experts and presented to a jury or an insurance company in a clear and convincing manner. Juries and claims adjusters will not pay for injuries or damages that have not been presented. Sometimes subtle injuries grow worse over time and create significant future impairment. The injured person must have an experienced professional on their side to ask the right questions and present direct evidence.

Evidence in Your Serious Car Accident Claim

Serious car accidents can result in lengthy litigation in which the discovery of important evidence is essential. Common types of evidence that help build a strong personal injury claim include police reports, photographs, measurements, medical records and witness statements. Depending on the nature of the case, accident reconstruction, mechanical engineering, biomechanical engineering, life care planning and economic testimony may be required. Your Cincinnati car accident attorney will interview witnesses, review records and gather all relevant evidence. The Moore Law Firm serves clients in Cincinnati, Southern Ohio and Northern Kentucky.* Cincinnati accident attorneys Donald C. Moore, Jr. and Daniel N. Moore provide truly professional advice and counsel regarding injury claims.

Call our offices at (513) 494-6941 today to discuss your legal options with an experienced attorney.

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