Cincinnati Automobile Accidents
The Cincinnati automobile accident attorneys Freking Myers & Reul, LLC share this information about accidents. Automobile accidents affect thousands of people every year. In fact, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (www.nhtsa.dot.gov) (NHTSA) there is a motor vehicle accident every ten seconds in the United States.
Auto accidents do not only involve cars and trucks they can also include motorcycles, SUV’s, bicycles and pedestrians. In any case, auto accidents are dangerous events that often leave victims with painful injuries. These injuries range in severity and can lead to lifelong pain and/or disabilities. Many victims are overwhelmed when faced with medical bills, insurance adjusters and the physical restrictions of their injuries. Hiring an experienced auto accident attorney is wise in this situation.
Cincinnati Automobile Accident Attorneys
At Freking Myers & Reul, LLC, we represent auto accident and personal injury victims throughout the state of Ohio. Our commitment to the proactive, aggressive representation of accident victims has helped us gain the respect of the Ohio legal community.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of an auto accident, contact us immediately. We are prepared to review your case and fight for your rights. We will put our knowledge and experience to work for you, ensuring that you receive only the best legal representation available.
In order to get your case started your attorney will need some basic documentation. These documents will include:
Police Report: The police officer, who reports to the scene of the accident, will prepare a report which contains his or her observations and the statements of everyone involved. Your attorney will need this report to begin their investigation. In the case that a police officer does not report to the scene you will need to visit the nearest police station to have a report prepared.
In order to prove that you did in fact suffer an injury as a result of the accident, you will need to see a medical professional for a complete exam. He or she will provide a report that details all injuries suffered as a result of the accident.
Keep track of all medical expenses to date. While you will likely incur more, before a settlement is reached, this will be helpful to your attorney while he or she determines how much your case is worth.
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