Posted Date: July 22nd, 2016 |
|If you were involved in a motor vehicle accident with an intoxicated driver or a hit-skip driver (fled the scene of the accident), then Attorney Lisa M. Haywood with the Jones Law Group can provide assistance in getting you compensation through the Ohio Victims of Crime program in additional to other available recoveries.
We can also help you obtain a civil protection order to protect a victim of domestic violence through the Ohio Victims of Crime Program. A CPO is intended to prevent further domestic violence. It orders someone who has been abusive to do or not do certain things in the future.
There may be a time limit in which you can bring your claim or you will be forever barred. So don’t delay in calling us to protect your legal rights.
If you live in Ohio, call Attorney Lisa M. Haywood with the Jones Law Group today to schedule a consultation so that she may advise you of your rights and help you receive the compensation that you deserve.
Please call Attorney Lisa M. Haywood (614) 545-9998
You will not be charged any legal fees to file a Victims of Crime claim
Who may be eligible to receive a payment:
Who may not be eligible to receive a payment:
Payments can cover:
The maximum total payments are limited to $50,000, and several expenses have caps. Payments cannot be made for pain and suffering or for stolen, damaged, or lost property.
The Attorney General’s Office will not pay victims for expenses that can be covered by any other available sources, such as insurance.