How does Ohio’s at-fault liability law affect my personal injury case?
Ohio is an at-fault, or tort, state. This means that if someone was responsible for a car accident, they are also responsible for paying for the damages it caused. Drivers in Ohio are required to have insurance with minimum coverage for injuries, death, vehicle and property damage resulting from a collision. Though minimum coverage may not cover all of the expenses included in a personal injury case – medical bills, lost income, related physical and psychological pain. This is where an experienced attorney can make a big difference in getting you fair compensation.
Find out more about Liability in Car Accidents in Ohio.