Representing Those Injured in Chillicothe, Ohio
Chillicothe is located 45 miles south of Columbus and is home to about 22,000 people in the Appalachian region. The most notable employer in the area is a paper mill, but the city is also home to malls, hospitals, prisons and Ohio University Chillicothe. There are a relatively low number of injury and fatal accidents in Chillicothe. In recent years, fatal and major injury accidents have occurred at:
- US-50 (East Main Street) & South Watt Street.
- SR-159 (North Bridge Street) Near Pawnee Road
- SR- 207 at Westfall road
If you have been injured in Chillicothe, start protecting your rights by contacting the Chillicothe Ohio personal injury attorneys at GBM law.
Advocating for Ohioans for More than 30 Years
The team at GBM law has been advocating for the rights of Ohioans for more than 30 years. Our goal in every case is maximum compensation for our clients, including medical care, lost earnings, and pain and suffering. We handle all types of personal injury cases, including:
Maximum Compensation for Your Injuries
Our Chillicothe personal injury lawyers have recovered more than $200 million in verdicts and settlements for Ohioans. We understand that following a serious accident, recovering compensation quickly is important. One of the first questions we are asked in a consultation is “how much is my case worth?” It is impossible to determine how much a case is worth without a full review of the facts of the case, and what parties may be responsible. At GBM Law, we frequently work with experts to document injuries, reconstruct accidents, and demonstrate the sequence of events of an accident, and how they led to injuries or a fatal loss. We will work with investigators to determine all pertinent insurance policies and coverage to ensure all avenues of potential compensation are revealed.
Preserving Evidence and Building Your Case
Accidents are not always as straightforward and cut and dry as you might think. Before you accept any insurance company settlement offer, contact us to evaluate your potential case. You may be entitled to far more compensation than is initially offered, but it is important to handle your case correctly. The value of your case may hinge on preserving evidence, locating witnesses, and determining all of the individuals or entities responsible. Because a statute of limitations restricts the amount of time you have to file a lawsuit, it is important to contact a lawyer as soon as possible.
For more information feel free to call us at (614) 222-4444 or fill out a case evaluation form.