Car Accident Lawyer In Cleveland

On average in the United States every 12 minutes someone dies because of a car accident and every 14 seconds, a car accident results in an injured victim. What this sad statistic tells us is that no matter how responsible you drive your car, nobody on the road is immune from a negligent or reckless driver. We have all seen drivers weaving in and out of traffic, speeding past you on the highway, or staring down at their phones. Unfortunately, bad things can happen to good people, and good drivers too.

When a car accident happens, it is a complete shock to your system. Most people have no idea what to do. One moment you’re completely fine and in the next moment you’re suffering from a serious injury. From driving in your car to riding in the ambulance. Sometimes car accident victims do not realize how seriously injured they are until the shock wears off a day or two later. If you are injured in a car accident, no matter how minor or severe, it can be a frightening and complicated situation. At some point, you are going to have a lot of questions and you need the right answers.

The answer to your questions will usually depend on the unique circumstances of your car accident and your specific injury. The Cohen Law Firm has the knowledge, experience, and expertise to answer your car accident questions and navigate you through the legal system to obtain maximum compensation.

After a car accident injury, you should never attempt to settle your case with an insurance company unless you confidently know the answer to a few specific questions. In fact, you should never even discuss your injuries with an insurance company until you absolutely know the right answers to these key questions:

  1. How long is it going to take for me to fully recover from my injuries or will I ever fully recover from my injuries? (How long am I going to suffer pain or disability?)
  2. How long am I going to need medical treatment for my injuries?
  3. How much will my total medical bills be? (Not just the ambulance bill or emergency room bills, but the medical bills two months from now or five years from now?)
  4. What are the total costs of my injuries? (How much have I lost in wages, time, and expense already? How much will it cost me in the future?)

Insurance companies aggressively try to settle car accident claims as quickly and cheaply as possible. Insurance companies want to settle the claim before you know the answers to the key questions about your injuries and expenses and before you hire an attorney who knows how to get you the compensation you deserve. The Cohen Law Firm knows how to get you the compensation you deserve.   

The Cohen Law Firm has the experience and skill to help you recover monetary compensation for the following types of car accidents:

Car accident victims can suffer serious injuries. There are numerous factors that affect the nature and extent of the injuries you may have sustained in the car accident. These factors include the size and weight of all involved vehicles, speed and angle of the impact, location of impact, age, prior injuries, the seatbelt or safety restraint, and airbag deployment. The most common injuries we see caused by car accidents include: 

The Cohen Law Firm is committed to using all of our experience, passion, knowledge, and skill to help you recover both physically and financially from your car accident injury. We will give your motor vehicle accident injury case the attention it deserves and pursue maximum compensation for your injuries. You will have the attorney’s direct cell phone number and the attorney is available to speak with you anytime, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 

If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, we encourage you to call The Cohen Law Firm at 216-402-1598 or fill out the free online form. We can discuss your case and explain your legal options. There is no cost or obligation. We are available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we are available to meet with you whenever and wherever is most convenient. We work on a contingent fee agreement which means that if you do not receive compensation, then you do not owe us anything.  

Common Questions You May Have After A Car Accident

  • Was my car towed from the scene? Where too?
  • Is it in impound?
  • How do I get it out of impound?
  • Who is going to pay to get it out of impound?
  • What is a release and how do I get one?
  • Is my car drivable?
  • Is my car repairable?
  • Is my car totaled?
  • How much do money do I owe on my car?
  • What is GAP insurance and do I have it?
  • Do I have collision coverage for my vehicle?
  • Does the other driver have insurance to pay for the damage to my car?
  • What is the other driver’s insurance company?
  • What does self-insured mean?
  • What is sovereign immunity and how does that affect my accident case?
  • How does child support affect my accident case?
  • The other driver doesn’t have insurance now what do I do?
  • What is uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage?
  • The other driver was drunk, what does that mean for my case?
  • What are punitive damages?
  • The other driver fled the scene, now what do I do?
  • How do I get a police report?
  • Were there any witnesses?
  • Were there any cameras?
  • How do I get a rental car from the other driver’s insurance company?
  • How long can I keep the rental car?
  • Do I have rental car insurance on my policy?
  • Do I have to pay for insurance on the rental car?
  • How am I going to get to work?  How do I get the kids to school?
  • Who is going to pay for my medical bills?
  • Who pays for the deductibles on my health insurance?
  • Should my health insurance pay for my medical bills?
  • What is medical payments benefits and should I use it?
  • Where should I go for medical treatment?
  • How long should I seek medical treatment?
  • How do I get medical records and medical bills?
  • How many different medical bills are there?
  • Am I ever going to get better?
  • Who is going to pay for my lost wages?
  • How am I going to work?
  • How am I going to pay my bills?
  • What is subrogation?
  • Why does Medicare make a difference?
  • Why does Medicaid make a difference?
  • Should I give a statement to the other driver’s insurance company?
  • Should I sign a medical authorization?
  • Is the insurance company’s settlement fair?
  • How much is my case worth?
  • How much will future medical treatment cost?
  • How about future lost wages?
  • How about lost enjoyment of life?
  • How about pain and suffering?
  • What is loss of consortium?
  • Who is going to take care of my spouse/my kids?
  • Do I have to go to court?
  • Do I need an expert witness?
  • What should I do now that the insurance company only offered a minimal amount?

If you have any of these questions after your car accident, we encourage you to give us a call at 216-402-1598.

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