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Millions of Dollars Recovered for Car Accident Victims

At Sawan & Sawan, we have over 30 combined years of legal experience getting results where they matter most.

From our Family to Yours.

For those who have been in car accidents, they know all too well that the accident is usually debilitating, traumatic and life altering. Recovering from an accident is almost always long and arduous. To make matters worse, dealing with insurance companies involved is almost never a pleasant experience. The truth is car accident claims are complicated financially and from a legal perspective. Successfully managing your claim to maximize the chances for a fair and full settlement for your car accident requires skill car accident attorneys to advocate on your behalf. 

At Sawan & Sawan, our family of skilled Sylvania Ohio Car Accident Lawyers are well versed in the required areas of law to deliver results for our clients. We know the ins and outs of insurance law, policy exclusions and liability statutes. If you were in a car accident, you need lawyers to help you navigate confusing frameworks of law and insurance policy provisions. We will be in your corner every step of the way and work tirelessly to put the pieces of your life back together. If you or a loved one have been in a car accident in Sylvania, Ohio – the Sylvania Car Accident lawyers at Sawan & Sawan are here to help.

Toledo Attorney Dennis P. Sawan

Dennis P. Sawan

Senior Partner
Toledo Attorney Dennis E. Sawan

Dennis E. Sawan

Managing Partner
Toledo Attorney Chris A. Sawan

Christopher A. Sawan


What Should I Do If I've Been in a Car Accident?

If you are involved in an automobile accident, you should under no condition leave the scene; otherwise, you could face criminal charges. The most critical first step is to call an ambulance if someone has been injured. Make sure your vehicle is not creating a hazard to other motorists by moving it from the flow of traffic, when possible. Next, you should call the police and file an accident report. Never admit liability at the scene of the accident–this is a legal matter that will be investigated later.

Be certain to collect the names, addresses, and phone numbers of any witnesses, or others involved in the accident. It is also a good idea to take photographs to document skid marks, vehicle damage, road obstructions, and injuries. Remember, your phone is your friend when gathering evidence. If it’s accessible, it’s always a good idea to use your phone to photograph the accident scene – including the orientation of cars, any skid marks and anything else that you believe is pertinent to your case.

Usual Causes of Car Accidents in Sylvania, Ohio

Following to Closely
Failure to Control
Failure to Yield
Improper Lane Change/Passing/Off Road

Financial Consequences of Car Accidents

Aside from the risk of significant injury, your financial life is in jeopordy if you are in a car accident. People who are injured car accidents incur medical expenses for the treatment of your injuries and may miss work due to their injuries. In the United States, each car accident is said to impose an average estimated cost of tens of thousands of dollars. If the injury is a serious one, medical expenses can be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. While the financial side of things is not something to ignore, our main priority for our clients that are injured in car accidents is to ensure they obtain the medical treatment needed to return to optimal health as soon as possible. That being said, it is not farfetched for you to wonder how the medical expenses should get paid? If you are fortunate enough to hold both private health insurance, as well as some coverage under a car insurance policy for medical payments (called “med-pay” for short), it is possible you will be covered. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.

Furthermore, health insurance doesn’t always cover the whole cost of medical expenses. If the insurance doesn’t cover the whole expense, you could be left with a bill and be responsible to pay it out-of-pocket. It is true that in most cases, if you do have to pay these medical expenses, you should be paid back out of any compensation you receive. Despite this, you have to make sure you are obtaining the compensation you deserve and enough to cover these payments. Since you are the victim, you shouldn’t be the one worrying about this and that’s where we come in. For a car accident victim to pay this cost upfront out of there personal funds while awaiting the potential settlements of their claims can be impossible. That’s why we work to find money from various sources to help you pay. For example, “medpay” benefits under any insurance policies you may have or private insurance. Our ultimate goal is both to make sure you obtain the treatment you need and to make sure you don’t encounter financial turmoil as a result of the accident. 

How Much Does a Car Accident Lawyer Cost?

You are certainly not alone if you are wondering how much a car accident lawyer costs. We get that question frequently at Sawan & Sawan. The cost of a car accident lawyer varies based on location and firm. For us, we are sensitive to the unique circumstances you may find yourself in if you’re in a car accident. We know all to well that an accident can disrupt your ability to work and a significant out of pocket expense is just not possible for you to make. As a result, we never charge an initial consultation fee and we only get paid if you get paid. 

Car accident cases we handle will be based on a contingency fee agreement. Under such agreements, you will agree to pay a specified percentage of the recovery. If there is no compensation recovered on your behalf, there will be no fee. The amount of this percentage is something we consider negotiable but it is usually one third of whatever is recovered. Bear in mind there are costs associated with your claim and we often absorb the expenses which have been advanced on the case if we do not recover. To discuss your particular case, call 1–866-INJURY-0 today to schedule a free consultation.

What Type of Compensation Can I Get After a Car Accident?

We fight aggressively to get victims all of the compensation they deserve. While every case is different with respect to the potential injuries and damages you’ve suffered, we focus on the following where applicable:

  • Medical Bills
  • Loss of Body Part or Function
  • Lost Earning Potential
  • Lost Wages
  • Vocational Rehabilitation and Training
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Scarring
  • Disfigurement
  • Disability
  • Loss of Enjoyment of Life
  • Stress, Anxiety, and Emotional Harm
  • Future Medical Procedures That Are Necessary
  • Medical or Caretaking Costs
  • Costs of Adding Infrastructure to Your Home (i.e. a wheelchair ramp)
  • Property Damage

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Sawan & Sawan – Sylvania Ohio Car Accident Lawyers


Sawan & Sawan is an Ohio based car accident law firm with Ohio car accident attorneys licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio. If you were in a car accident in Ohio and would like to speak further about your specific legal matter, call Sawan & Sawan today at 1-866-INJURY-0 or 419-900-0955 to schedule a free consultation. The Ohio car accident attorneys at Sawan & Sawan serve the following cities in Franklin County, Ohio: Bexley, Ohio; Canal Winchester, Ohio; Columbus, Ohio; Dublin, Ohio; Gahanna, Ohio; Grandview Heights, Ohio; Grove City, Ohio; Groveport, Ohio; Hilliard, Ohio; New Albany, Ohio; Pickerington, Ohio; Reynoldsburg, Ohio; Upper Arlington, Ohio; Westerville, Ohio; Whitehall, Ohio; Worthington, Ohio. The Ohio car accident lawyers at Sawan & Sawan serve the following cities in Lucas County, Ohio: Maumee, Ohio; Oregon, Ohio; Sylvania, Ohio; Toledo, Ohio; Waterville, Ohio.