Newark, Ohio Personal Injury Attorney

Unfortunately, serious accidents involving automobiles, trucks and motorcycles are more frequent than ever before. Intoxication, cell phone use, texting and other distractions have made these cases a leading cause of personal injury litigation. Injured victims incur medical bills, lost wages, pain, suffering and emotional distress. Fatalities can cause family members to suffer economic loss, life adjustments and mental anguish. Seriously disabled victims and their families face a lifetime of on-going care and numerous other problems. Insurance company inquiries, phone calls, paper work and medical bills can quickly become overwhelming for accident victims. Plus, emotional stress and mental anguish can make decision making a very difficult task. Do not let anyone, whether an insurance adjuster, investigator or lawyer, pressure you for information or to accept a cash settlement. If you or someone you know is in a serious accident as the result of another person’s mistake, call The Law Office of Sarah J. Wolske, as soon as possible. She will help you get the compensation you deserve and give you the peace of mind you will need during these trying times. Also for your peace of mind no fee until you win your case.

How Long Do I Have To Make My Injury Claim In Ohio?

Personal Injury/Auto Accidents
Normally two (2) years from the date of the accident.

Medical negligence
One (1) year from the last date of treatment by suspect provider, or one (1) year from the date the patient knows or has reason to know of the malpractice injury, whichever date is later.  Now, the law provides that any claim must be filed within four (4) years of the act or omission with two limited exceptions.

Wrongful death
By statute, two (2) years from the date of death.