How To Seek Compensation For A Rear-End Car Accident In Ohio

When a car is rear-ended in an accident, the victim may be left with a serious whiplash injury, back injury, neck pain, bone fracture or other injury.

For three generations, Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, has helped rear-end car accident victims in Ohio and Northern Kentucky get the compensation they need to cover medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other associated costs.

Lowball Offers From Insurance Companies

Insurance companies rarely award fair compensation to the victims of rear-end collisions. If you are offered a settlement, we strongly encourage you to have it reviewed by one of our lawyers before you accept. We see too many cases of people who accept a settlement only to discover that it is not enough to cover all of their current and future costs.

Our goal is to maximize your settlement by conducting a thorough investigation of your accident, gathering all the pertinent information and presenting a strong case to your insurance company in a manner that will persuade it to give you the compensation you are entitled to.

If your insurance company is unwilling to meet your needs, we are prepared to take your case before a judge and jury to reach a resolution. We have an excellent track record of results.

What Caused Your Car To Be Rear-Ended?

Many accidents are caused by negligence. Was the driver of the car that hit you texting? Talking on a cellphone? Fiddling with the radio and not paying attention? Any of these distracted driving issues can be grounds for a personal injury lawsuit.

Did the seat belt or seat back of your car fail and cause you further damage? Our attorneys will pursue third-party claims when appropriate.

Free Consultations Available

Our Cincinnati personal injury attorneys treat every case, regardless of size, as a chance to create a relationship of trust and honesty that will last lifetimes.

If you or a member of your family has suffered in a rear-end car accident and would like an evaluation of your claim, please call 513-838-4562 in Cincinnati, 888-469-6437 in Dayton or Kentucky or send us an email.