Auto Accident

Have you experienced a car accident in Columbus, Ohio? Or maybe a truck accident?

Agee Clymer Mitchell and Portman will fight for your rights, whether you are at fault in the accident or merely an innocent victim.


 Even though we call them accidents, somebody is always at fault when two or more vehicles collide. While the collision may not have been intentional, that doesn’t mean somebody isn’t held liable for the damage that was caused by the collision. Damage can be to property or to human beings.

If you have sustained physical injuries after a car accident, particularly if those injuries are causing you to miss work, school, or prevent you from carrying out your normal household duties, you should contact a lawyer.

Even if you have not been injured, it is still possible that consulting a auto accident attorney might be a good move. Some examples of scenarios in which you should contact a lawyer are as follows:

  • Your accident was fatal
  • It is not clear whose fault the accident was
  • A serious or permanent injury occurred (i.e., broken bones, paralysis, hospitalization, etc.)
  • Pedestrians were involved in the accident
  • You do not feel that the police report accurately describes the accident
  • Your liability insurance has low limits
  • You are uninsured
  • Your insurer has contacted its own attorney

Car accidents can be tricky affairs, and it is important that you understand your rights and the process through which car accidents are resolved. If you are confused or feel that you are being taken advantage of, do not hesitate to contact a Personal Injury attorney to restore your peace of mind.


You might think that accident involving semi-trucks would be treated the same way as accidents involving automobiles, but that is not the case.

Accidents involving semi-trucks are often much more complex than average car accidents because they can involve multiple responsible parties. For example, the truck driver, the trucking company that employs the truck driver, or even a government entity could be held liable.

Also, there are state and federal trucking regulations that go beyond normal traffic laws. If you have been in an accident that involves a truck, the truck could have been violating regulations that you are unfamiliar with, because those regulations only apply to trucks.

Some common causes of truck accidents are:

  • Truck driver fatigue
  • Driving schedules that are too demanding
  • Improperly loaded trucks
  • Overloaded trucks
  • Trucks that have been poorly maintained
  • Driving too fast
  • Truck driver intoxication
  • Lack of adequate trucking experience or training

Contact Our Ohio Auto Accident Attorneys & Lawyers for Free Consultation

Do not let a trucking company take advantage of you because you don’t know trucking regulations! At Agee Clymer Mitchell and Portman, we know the regulations backward and forwards, and we will take on trucking companies without a second thought.

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