• Joe McCoy

Do I need a lawyer? Sometimes the answer is "definitely." Sometimes it's "maybe," and in some situations, the answer is actually "no." So how do you go about making that very important decision? That's where we can help.

For us, it's all about you

Here's how we approach helping our clients decide if they need to find a lawyer. We start by evaluating every case on its own merits. We listen to your story and we ask a lot of questions. We do that to get a complete picture of your situation so we can best advice you how to proceed.

Most often, when a client comes to us, they can benefit from our legal services. In some situations, however, it may be more efficient and economical for you to handle your matter without our help. We'll tell you when that's the case as well.

So you want to sue

If you're involved in a car accident and it's not your fault, how do you know whether you should hire a lawyer to sue the other party? A lot goes into making that decision. Be assured that the lawyers at McCoy & McCoy can help you make that decision. We know how to fight the fight in court when necessary, and we are not afraid to take a case to trial if that's what's best for you.

Sometimes, however, helping you work through the complicated insurance system, making sure you have access to the medical treatment you need, and insuring that you get a fair and reasonable settlement is the best course of action. Trust that the lawyers of McCoy & McCoy know how to do that, too.

We're here to fight for you

Do you need a lawyer? Contact McCoy & McCoy for a case evaluation. We're experienced lawyers and we're part of your community. Discover how our team can provide you with the affordable legal services you need.

The Real McCoys: Serving the legal needs of the Newark Community and across Central Ohio.

Personal Injury: Auto accidents, injuries on another's property

Estate Planning: Wills trusts, powers of attorney

Business Law: Contract negotiations, labor issues, succession planning

Family Law: Divorce/Dissolution, custody issues