Victim of an Auto Accident?

July 18, 2009

Auto Accidents

Unfortunately, every 10 seconds someone in the United States is involved in an auto accident. When this happens, your life can change dramatically. All of a sudden you may be left with no vehicle to drive or worse yet, you sustain injuries that need medical treatment and you can’t get back to work for some period of time. If you are the victim of an auto accident, you have legal rights and ways to receive compensation for what you have endured. The damages to your vehicle and your injuries are not your responsibility and you are entitled to receive fair compensation for such things. This is what is known as a personal injury claim and these types of claims may result in you receiving compensation for the following:

1. Vehicle damage – An amount equal to the fair cost to replace your vehicle or the fair market value of your vehicle at the time immediately before the crash.

2. Medical Bills – Expenses and costs associated with the EMS, Emergency Room, Hospital and Doctors.  

3. Lost Wages – You were not able to work as a result of the accident and had to take time off of work.

4. Permanency – The nature, degree and extent of your injuries.

5. Pain and Suffering – The pain and suffering you have endured because of the incident.

Being a victim of an auto accident can seem like a major setback in life. With a little help, it doesn’t have to be that way and we can provide you with that assistance. We have done so for thousands of other clients.  

Learn more about personal injury claims and the law firm of Slater & Zurz, LLP by visiting our website at or if you have a question, just post a comment to this Blog. We look forward to hearing from you!

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About slaterzurz

Slater & Zurz LLP is an Ohio law firm of highly experienced and respected attorneys. Over the last 40 years, we have developed a reputation for getting positive results for clients. We've been trusted with handling over 20,000 personal injury cases and our clients have received more than $120,000,000.

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