You should seek a free consultation and hire a Ohio licensed attorney who specializes in Auto Accidents/Personal Injury Law. He/she will deal with the insurance companies for payment of current and future medical expenses. It's good you've sought medical treatment already. Avvo provides a great attorney search engine in your area/state with the "Find a Lawyer" link above. Good luck.Ask a similar question
If you were injured by another parties negligence, definitely.
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Yes, look to retain an attorney who is qualified in personal injury law and not embarrassed to charge for his/her services.
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If you want to seek damages for personal injuries, or even just medical bills, you should at least talk to an attorney in your area who handles personal injury claims. If it turns out you do not have a claim, the attorney will let you know, and likely not charge you anything. If you do have a claim, the attorney will make sure your rights are protected, and that you get what you are entitled to. Insurance companies work with attorneys all the time, and will often be more responsive to them, and more inclined to pay more damages when an attorney is involved.Ask a similar question
If you want to get a fair settlement you will need a lawyer. If you are okay getting low balled you don't need one.Ask a similar question
You should consider hire a personal injury lawyer. Once hired, the lawyer may want to evaluate your current treatment plan .Ask a similar question
You should always talk to an attorney before you deal with insurance companies or make any statements to the insurance company following a car wreck. Most personal injury attorneys offer a free initial consultation. Why not take advantage of that?Ask a similar question
You need to at least talk to a lawyer in your area in order to make a well informed decision.
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You should have gotten one quite some time ago. If you have been speaking with and dealing with the insurance company you have most likely harmed you case. Call someone in your area for help. These situations should always have an attorney.Ask a similar question
Only a personal injury lawyer is going to get you maximum compensation. Avvo has a great "find a lawyer" tool to locate a top-rated lawyer (10) with a reasonable contingency fee, less than thirty percent, so you don't get hurt twice. Good luckAsk a similar question
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