Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers
In a split second, your entire world may have been turned upside-down, all because of someone else’s negligent actions. You likely feel overwhelmed unclear how you will be able to pick up the pieces, especially if your injuries have prevented you from working. When the stakes are high, select a team of skilled Ohio personal injury lawyers focused on protecting your rights at every turn.
Assert Your Legal Rights With The Help Of A Skilled Injury Lawyer
This is our focus at Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA. For more than 34 years, our legal team has successfully handled complex personal injury cases for Ohio residents. We are fully prepared to prove fault, even when liability is initially unclear. Our personal injury attorneys have the skills and legal resources to help you get back on your feet with a full financial recovery.
We will serve as your most diligent and dedicated legal advocates. For experienced legal counsel, contact our personal injury law firm online or call us locally at 614-469-1400 or toll free at 800-647-7003 for a free initial consultation.
When Negligence Changes Your Life
- Fear of your financial and professional future sets in following a car, truck or motorcycle accident.
- Anger from the actions of a drunk driver only adds to the pain you suffer or of the death of a loved one.
- Trust in the medical profession is forever changed if you are a victim of malpractice or a faulty medical device.
- The simple act of eating a meal has resulted in a serious foodborne illness.
Since 1986, the personal injury attorneys at Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, have offered strong advocacy and experienced legal counsel to injured clients throughout Ohio. We are committed to holding at-fault parties accountable for their negligent actions. Nothing can change the past but you should not be left to cover the expenses associated with your personal injury claim.
Seeking A Full Financial Recovery For Accident Victims In Ohio
Whether you have endured brain damage, a spinal cord injury or another catastrophic injury, your entire life has likely been turned upside down. You may feel overwhelmed wondering how you will cover all of your medical bills, any property damage and other related expenses.
We are here to help you assert your rights. Our legal team knows how to prove fault in highly complex personal injury claims. We are also prepared to consult industry-leading experts invaluable in helping us identify the extent of damages you have incurred from no fault of your own. We will take every measure possible to help you obtain a full financial recovery for any immediate and future medical-related expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers Handling Highly Complex Claims
Our Columbus personal injury attorneys have successfully handled complex cases for clients injured in a wide range of accidents such as:
We also have extensive experience advocating for families with fatal accident claims. Our law firm is committed to obtaining a full financial recovery for families so they can focus on mourning the loss of their loved ones without worrying about covering the expenses related to the wrongful death accident.
Contact Our Skilled Columbus Personal Injury Lawyers
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