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Importance of Bodily Injury Liability in Cleveland, Ohio

Mellino Law Firm

Having the right insurance coverage could make all the difference if are injured in an accident. For help determining if you have the right to seek legal action, contact a Cleveland personal injury attorney as soon as possible.

One of the types of insurance that is important to motorists is bodily injury liability. However, in the state of Ohio it is also required by law, with the minimum being $12,500 per person and $25,000 for all persons injured in a single accident.

This insurance provides coverage in the event you are at fault in an accident when someone else is injured. This will take care of their medical expenses and any legal costs incurred.

This coverage is important because medical costs can be significant, leaving you with a huge financial burden if it is found that you are liable for the accident. No matter who was at fault, this insurance coverage provides protection for you.

Although bodily injury liability is mandated in the state of Ohio, there are other types of insurance coverage you should seriously consider. Uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage can provide protection in the event you are injured in an accident with a driver who has insufficient or no insurance at all.

Seeking Legal Help from a Cleveland Personal Injury Attorney

If you have suffered severe injury or have lost a loved one in an accident in Ohio, it is important that you act quickly to protect your rights. Contact our personal injury team today at (440) 276-3535 for a free case evaluation.


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