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If you’ve been hurt in a Westerville accident, you may be eligible for compensation for your injuries and suffering. Reach out for help from a personal injury lawyer before your claim goes to court.
A serious injury can impact your life in harsh ways. You may be unable to do things that once made you happy—in some cases, you may be unable to take care of yourself at all. Worse, the at-fault party may already be doing everything they can to avoid taking the blame for your injuries.
That’s where a Westerville personal injury lawyer can step in. From Westerville car accidents to defective products, the lawyers at Rafidi, Pallante & Melewski LLC have the tools you need to face your claim in court and get the help you need.
Your Westerville personal injury claim may already be difficult if you’re not sure who’s responsible for your personal injury claim. In some cases, you may not have been directly injured by the at-fault party. For example, when you fell and suffered a concussion, who’s responsible for the ice on the sidewalk or the spill in a grocery store?
In some cases, you may have been injured by someone who caused the accident, but isn’t financially liable for your injuries. For example, if someone’s at work and they injure you in the course of their job, you may need to sue their employer, not the worker.
If you’re unsure who’s at fault for your injuries, your personal injury lawyer can help. We can identify the at-fault party and help you take your claim to court.
After you determine who’s responsible for your injuries, you have a chance to get compensated. But what can you include in your compensation, and how do you know you’ve asked for the right things?
Your compensation is based on the economic and non-economic damages you’ve suffered or the financial and emotional losses caused by the accident. These damages must be calculated to determine what your claim is worth.
Below is a sample of the damages you may be entitled to compensation for:
When you’re hurt in a Westerville accident, you may need to move fast to get your compensation. If you’re hurt and seeking a personal injury claim, you only have two years to file your claim. If you don’t act on time, your claim will be dismissed. That means you won’t have a chance to recover compensation for the suffering you experienced.
Here’s the good news—acting sooner can protect your evidence. Evidence can decay or be lost over time, making it less useful for your claim. If you act sooner with your personal injury lawyer, you may have more evidence
Ready to work with a Westerville personal injury lawyer on your claim? We at Rafidi, Pallante & Melewski LLC are ready to help you, starting with a free consultation. Give us a call at 1-866-494-5387 or fill out the online contact form below.