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Just a few minutes can alter lives in ways you never imagined. When you or a loved one suffers a personal injury, your world is turned upside-down. On top of the pain and suffering caused by the injury, there are other stressful hardships such as the loss of work, mounting bills, and medical costs. At Adkinson Law, LLC, we don’t believe recovering the compensation you deserve should be an additional hardship. Instead, let Pat handle the process for you. He has the experience, skill, and knowledge to be the advocate you need to obtain the financial recovery you deserve.

Types of Personal Injury Claims We Handle

Our firm handles a wide array of serious personal injury claims, including: 

  • Catastrophic Injuries: Some personal injuries are catastrophic. A catastrophic injury has severe and long-term consequences.
  • Car Accidents: Personal injuries of all levels of severity are often sustained in car accidents. Some can be devastating and permanent.

Help Ensure Maximum Compensation

To ensure that you receive maximum compensation for your personal injury claim, the steps listed below may prove beneficial.

Receive Medical Care

For a successful personal injury claim, it is necessary to prove a connection between the injury you sustained and the accident that caused it. Don’t try to just ‘tough it out’, it is imperative to seek medical care as soon as possible after the personal injury occurs. Also, for your own well-being and to prevent the insurance company from arguing that you should receive a reduced amount of compensation, follow through with all follow-up appointments and instructions as directed by your physician.

Preserve Evidence

Evidence is crucial in a personal injury claim and evidence can change or disappear after an accident occurs. For example, a faulty step that caused your fall may be appropriately fixed right after your accident happens. Whenever reasonably possible, it is a good idea to obtain, retain and preserve all evidence to present to your attorney. This could include:

  • Carefully inspecting the scene of the accident 
  • Taking photos and/or videos of the scene where the accident happened
  • Writing your attorney a note or letter detailing everything that you remember about the accident and the after-effects on you physically, mentally and emotionally. Some memories, good or bad, fade with time.
  • Obtaining witness names and copies of any statements they may have made
  • Keeping all documentation received from your doctor, emergency personnel, etc.

Stay Quiet

We live in a world where it is commonplace to share details about your life on social media. Insurance companies are aware of this and will almost certainly seek information from your social media pages in an attempt to dispute your claim for damages. Avoiding discussing anything on social media about the accident or its impact on you may be in your best interests until your claim is resolved. 

Speak With An Experienced Ohio Personal Injury Attorney

If you have suffered a severe or catastrophic personal injury, contact Pat at 937-901-4394 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. Pat has the personal injury knowledge and expertise needed to provide you with the legal representation you deserve.


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