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

Most Dangerous Intersections near Sylvania, Ohio

Every week, the car accident lawyers at Sawan & Sawan track and map the locations of all the car accidents in Toledo, Ohio. In Sylvania, we noticed a number of intersections with an increase in car accidents. The map above shows the intersections in Sylvania, Ohio with the largest concentration of car accidents

From our Family to Yours.

For those that have been in a car accident, you know how traumatic and debilitating the experience can be. The road to recovery is often long and difficult, and dealing with the insurance companies makes it much more so. The fact is that a car accident claim is a complex financial and legal process. Getting to successful settlement for your car accident takes experience and dedication – and the family of car accident lawyers at Sawan & Sawan have both. 

At Sawan & Sawan, our family of skilled Toledo Car Accidents Lawyers has a wide breadth of experience with insurance law, policy exclusions and liability statutes. We can help you navigate the relevant laws and insurance policy provisions to help put the pieces of your life back together. If you or a loved one have been in a car accident in Toledo, Ohio – the Sylvania Ohio Car Accident lawyers at Sawan & Sawan are here to help.

The Ohio Department of Public Safety (ODPS) reported 282,368 total traffic crashes in Ohio in 2014. 69,917 caused injuries and 919 resulted in at least one fatality from these 282,368 car accidents. The effects of these on Ohio familes is devastating. Many people understandably expect that when they’ve been involved in a car accident, insurance companies will offer a fair settlement based on the all of the costs associated with the accident. Unfortunately, many victims find out too late that insurance companies care more about their bottom line than the people they insure.

Without sharp and aggressive representation, car accident victims can be left with little or no compensation due to inadequate insurance coverage or because they made a technical mistake when filing their accident claim. As a family of lawyers, we take every single client’s legal matter personal. We recognize the impact a car accident can have on a family, and we tirelessly fight to ensure the insurance companies and responsible parties play fair.

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


At Home in Sylvania, Ohio

At Sawan & Sawan, our lawyers have been practicing in Sylvania, Ohio for over a decade. Metro Toledo is home for us – so we take a personal stake in each and every case we take.

The City of Sylvania, Ohio or the City of Sylvania is a city that is located in Lucas County, Ohio, United States. The population, as of the 2010 census, was 18,971. Sylvania is a suburb of  the City of Toledo, Ohio, and encompassed by Sylvania Township. It shares a Northern Border with the State of Michigan. 

Sylvania is also known as the City of Trees . It was founded by Judge William Wilson and General David White in 1833, just 30 years after Ohio became a state. It was named for the dense forests that covered the area – which are still present in many areas of the City today. 


Reading the Accident Report

After an accident, documenting everything you can remember is the most important initial step. One of the best ways to do this is by getting the police involved to generate a report. A police report creates an independent account of the car accident, which serves to protect vital evidence close to the time the accident occurred.

Remember to never leave the scene of an accident before you make a report – as it is often a crime to leave the scene of an accident. In order to get the most out of the police report, it is helpful to understand how the form is laid out. Below is an example of the HSY7001 form used in most jurisdictions in Ohio.

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

If you’ve in a car accident, never leave the scene. If you do, you could face criminal charges. Before you do anything, you should call an ambulance if someone has been injured. Next, you need to ensure your vehicle is not creating a hazard to other motorists by moving it from the flow of traffic, – if possible. Next, you should call the police and file a crash report. Don’t admit liability or responsibility at the scene of the accident–this is a legal matter that should be investigated later.

Be sure to collect the names, addresses, and phone numbers of any witnesses or others involved in the accident. You should also use your phone to take photographs to document vehicle damage, tire marks, any road obstructions, and your injuries. Remember, your cell phone is your friend when gathering evidence. If you can access it and it is still working, it’s always a good idea to use your phone to photograph the accident scene – including the location and orientation of the cars involved and anything else that you believe is important to your case.

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What is the Financial Impact of a Car Accident?

The unfortunate reality of a car accident is that it can have a very negative financial impact on your life. If you’re injured in a car accident in Ohio, you will likely have extensive medical expenses for the treatment of your injuries. In fact, it’s estimated that the average car accident in the United States costs tens of thousands of dollars per accident. We have seen serious injuries in a car accidents result in medical expenses well into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Of course, the most vital thing if you were in a serious car accident in Ohio is to obtain the medical treatment you need to ensure you return to the best health possible and can continue your life with as little interruption and pain as possible. However, many car accident victims wonder how these medical expenses should get paid? Most people have both private health insurance, as well as some coverage under a car insurance policy for medical payments (called “med-pay” for short).

It’s important to realize that health insurance might not cover the entire cost of your medical expenses. This often leaves a bill that needs to be paid out-of-pocket by the car accident victim him or herself. While the medical expenses you pay out of pocket should be paid back out of any compensation you receive, it can be burdensome for car accident victims to pay this cost upfront while waiting months or years for the the potential settlement of their claims. In such circumstances, it can be an effective option to try to use what are called “medpay” benefits under an applicable insurance policy before utilizing private insurance. This is possible because “medpay” benefits under automobile insurance policies will cover the entire amount of the medical bills until the policy limit is exhausted, allowing car accident victims to avoid the necessity of big out of pocket expenses in some circumstances. 

Most Common Causes of Car Accidents in Ohio

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

How Much Does a Car Accident Lawyer Cost?

This is among the most frequent questions we get at Sawan & Sawan. While this amount can vary to a degree based on location and firm, we are very aware and sensitive to the unique circumstances victims find themselves in. We know that victims of a car accidents often lose their ability to work or they incur significant out of pocket expenses. Because of this, the Car Accident Attorneys at Sawan & Sawan never charge an initial consultation fee for a review of the facts surrounding your case.

Personal injury cases we handle generally involve a contingency fee agreement, although alternative payment methods are sometimes available if a client prefers. Under a contingency fee arrangement, the client agrees to pay a set percentage of the recovery. If there is no recovery, there is no fee and we often absorb the expenses which have been advanced on the case. Call 1–866-INJURY-0 today to schedule a free consultation.

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

We have extensive experience dealing with Car Accident claims, and as a result, know all too well the consequences a car accident can cause. As a result, the team of Toledo Car Accident lawyers at Sawan & Sawan fight tirelessly to get victims what they deserve. While every case is unique, our family of Toledo Car Accident Lawyers seeks compensation for the following:

  • Medical Bills
  • Loss of Body Part or Function
  • Lost Wages & Earning Potential
  • Vocational Rehabilitation and Training
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Disability
  • 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 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.