Common Injuries Sustained In Car Accidents

Although a car accident can be minor, even a rear-end fender bender can have consequences many weeks or months after the accident. Back and neck problems are very common among drivers and passengers who were rear-ended, even at low speeds. And when a car accident occurs on the interstate, injuries can be catastrophic. The speed of vehicles compounds the effect of a collision, so when cars or trucks are traveling at high speeds, people are usually very seriously injured or killed.

If you suffered catastrophic injuries or a loved one died in a car crash, you need answers. At Elk & Elk Co., Ltd., our attorneys have been answering questions about the legal options of those injured in car accidents for over 50 years. We can answer your questions, too. To learn more, call our Columbus law office at 1-800-ELK-OHIO.

Helping accident victims with serious injuries

If you are looking for an experienced attorney to help you after a car accident, you've come to the right place. Our law firm helps car accident victims who have suffered:

  • Closed head injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Spinal cord injuries and paralysis
  • Broken bones
  • Burns
  • Internal injuries

Our lawyers also handle wrongful death cases for clients grieving the loss of a loved one in a fatal car crash.

A law firm with the resources to build strong cases

We thoroughly investigate the crash, working with accident reconstructionists to get at the facts of the accident. We consult with medical experts and life care planners who help us evaluate the impact of the crash on your life and your future. We review police reports, interview witnesses and investigate the driving records of the people involved.

Free consultation: Call us after a car accident

Our Columbus personal injury attorneys will evaluate your case and talk with you about your options after an accident in Columbus, Ohio. Call 1-800-ELK-OHIO (1-800-355-6446). You will be surprised at how quickly we respond.

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