If you are going to file a lawsuit after a car accident in Ohio, you have two years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit in court. If the person that hits you is an “uninsured motorist” — meaning they don’t have auto insurance — you then make a claim on your own insurance company, based upon the terms contained in your insurance policy.
Because these claims can be complicated, they are best handled by an experienced car accident injury lawyer. However, one thing I do like to point out to each one of my clients is the “Declaration” page of insurance policies. You may not know it, but almost every insurance policy has this page that lays out exactly what you are entitled to if the other side doesn’t have insurance.
For more questions concerning car accidents in Ohio or what to do if the other driver didn’t have insurance, contact me today. I can help guide you through the legal process, so you can focus on healing.
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