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What You Should Know About Motor Vehicle Injury Claims (DVD)

The information in this DVD comes from the handling of car accident cases over the many years of experience that attorney Chester has had as an Ohio automobile accident lawyer.

For more information or to obtain a free copy of attorney Chester's other books or DVDs, click the button below, or call his office at (855) 329-7222.

Inside This DVD

After discussing his personal story of why he became a personal injury lawyer, attorney Chester, along with fellow attorney Vincent Kloss, discusses in detail the key players in the Ohio car and truck accident "game," including:


The auto/truck insurance company

The medical providers who provide accident-related care

Private and government health insurance that may

have paid for accident-related care and want their money back

The Ohio personal injury lawyer


In this helpful and easy to understand video format, attorney Chester explains the important role that an experienced Ohio car and truck accident attorney plays in protecting the rights of injured Ohioans, and answers the most commonly asked questions that clients have asked him over the years.

About The Author

Attorney David M. Chester has been an Ohio personal injury lawyer most of his legal career. After suffering a childhood injury at the hands of a careless driver, Attorney Chester understood the suffering that an injured victim endures. When he decided to become a lawyer, representing injured Ohioans was the obvious choice.


David M. Chester

What You Should Know About Motor Vehicle Injury Claims (DVD)

For more information or to obtain a free copy of attorney Chester's other books or DVDs, click the button below, or call his office at (855) 329-7222.

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