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In Ohio, How Much Time Does a Minor Have to File a Lawsuit when Injured in An Auto Accident

Your minor child—under age 18—has been injured in an auto accident because of someone else’s negligence. Your child sustained bodily injuries and obtained medical treatment. And now you want compensation for your child’s bodily injuries, medical expense, pain, and suffering. How much time do you have to file a lawsuit on behalf of your child? Well, the answer depends on several factors.

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Making Matters Worse: The Impact of Hospital-Acquired Conditions

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, hospitals around the nation are furloughing staff of elective procedures in an effort to remain financially stable. The focus of hospital resources has shifted from these ordinary procedures to address Covid-related issues. However, everyday patients and their underlining medical conditions do not just go away overnight.

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The Importance of Wearing a Seat Belt

In Ohio, when a driver is deemed to be responsible for a car accident, he or she will be liable to pay any damage that was caused to persons and property that arose from the incident. The person responsible for the accident is labeled the “at-fault driver.” Assuming the at-fault driver has insurance, the injured person would make a claim with the at-fault driver’s insurance company.

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