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When you are hurt in an auto accident, you should not be responsible for covering the damages that you didn’t cause. Most people are reluctant to seek an attorney because they feel bad about making a claim or feel that others will perceive them as greedy or revengeful.
Handling the aftermath of an auto accident is harder than you think. Without the help of an experienced auto accident attorney on your side, you may be giving up your rights to the full amount of compensation you’re owed. The insurance industry spends billions of dollars annually to convince the public that they exist to take care of victims when they need compensation. But insurance companies wouldn’t post huge profits year after year if they were paying victims the settlements they deserve. Instead, they find ways to reduce or deny claims at every turn—and that often involves taking advantage of unsuspecting victims.
Jeffrey M. Heller
Jamie R. Lebovitz
Jordan D. Lebovitz
Dana M. Paris
David M. Paris
Our experienced auto accident attorneys can determine the full extent of your damages and can review your claim to determine whether the settlement amount is reasonable or not. If necessary, our attorneys can file a lawsuit and have a judge and jury determine the fair value of your compensation. This option is needed when we feel more compensation is required than the insurance company is willing to pay.
For over 90 years, Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy has been there for injured victims in Ohio and the nation. We’ve built the resources necessary to provide quality representation, and we will spare no expense to help you get the best possible outcome for your case. Don’t take a gamble when it comes to your rights, call us today at (216) 230-6382 or complete a free initial consultation form.
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