You typically have two years from the date of the accident to file a negligence suit. Insurance companies are notorious for delaying in cases where the injured party is representing themselves long enough for the statute of limitations to run out. I would recommend that you seek the services of an attorney to assist you in the process. Personal injury attorneys will help you get the proper compensation for your family (usually more than the insurance company will even consider offering you if you go it alone). Please feel free to call me if you want to discuss this further (440) 552-5492.
2 years in OH. You may want to hire an atty to help you make sure you dont get taken advantage of. Personal injury lawyers work on a contingency fee so you dont have to put money out of your pocket. Please feel free to contact me if you have further questions.
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I agree with the above answer. The statute of limitations is 2 years from the date of the accident so from what it sounds like, you have another year before the statute will run. I would suggest talking to an attorney who specializes in personal injury.
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Consult with a local injury lawyer asap. I never allow the ins cos unlimited access to my client's medical records. They are looking for anything they can find to use against your claim. You dont want them dealing with your health ins co as your atty probably can negotiate a reduction in the reimbursement. You kids' claims may need to get court approval. See a lawyer for free, and on percentage.
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