We Can Identify Your Injuries And Help You Seek Recovery After An Auto Accident
A serious car, truck or motorcycle accident can affect your life for many years. You may be left with significant medical bills. You may have to deal with a long and painful recovery, and missed time at work. You may be left with lingering pain and disability.
At Villarreal Law Firm, LLC in Chillicothe, our goal is to help you recover the compensation you need and help you move on with your life. Anna Villarreal is both a lawyer and a chiropractor. As a chiropractor, she is trained to read medical records and codes, to allow for an intelligent conversation with adjusters involved in your case.
Protecting Your Rights After An Accident
If insurance companies treated people fairly, you would not need a lawyer to resolve your claim. Unfortunately, insurance companies will make every effort to undermine your case and pay you as little money as possible. To protect your rights, you should not talk to the other person’s insurance company or sign any papers before you talk to a lawyer.
We handle all types of auto accident cases:
- Accidents caused by drunk drivers
- Accidents cause by distracted or inattentive drivers
- Semi truck and commercial vehicle accidents
- Accidents involving motorcycles
- Bicycle and pedestrian accidents
- Hit and run accidents
- Fatal accidents
We will carefully investigate your motor vehicle accident and pursue full compensation for all of damages allowed by Ohio law, including lost wages, medical expenses, loss of consortium, pain and suffering, and decreased earning capacity. In cases of fatal accidents, we help family members recover compensation for loss of companionship, mental anguish, medical and funeral expenses, loss of income and support, and other damages.
After an accident, write down the details while they are still fresh in your memory. Take numbers of witnesses. Take or ask someone to take pictures of the accident scene. Keep a journal of your recovery.
Call Now For An Attorney Consultation
A strict statute of limitations applies to all personal injury cases in Ohio. For this and other reasons, it’s important to seek advice from a lawyer as soon as possible. Bring receipts for medical bills. To talk to a lawyer, call 740-772-4466 for a consultation or complete our contact form.