Catastrophic Injuries Due To Negligence Change Your Life
At Clark, Perdue & List Co. in Columbus, Ohio, we provide compassionate advocacy to clients who experience dramatic life changes due to a negligent accident. Your rights need protection. The negligent party who causes catastrophic injuries must be held accountable.
If you or a loved one has been left incapacitated due to an accident, you need experienced representation from a seasoned personal injury attorney. Your damages have value. We will seek the compensation you deserve. Contact us at 614-469-1400 or toll free at 800-647-7003.
When Negligence Results In Serious Injury
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Drunk driving accidents
- Medical malpractice
- Birth injuries
- Dangerous pharmaceuticals and medical devices
The Advocacy You Need For Your Injury
In building your serious injury or wrongful death case, we not only look at the short-term impact, but also the long-term consequences of a permanent disability. If you are the primary wage earner, you and your family are entitled to that lost income, whether you are out of work or need retraining for a new, lesser paying job. If you or your newborn child requires ongoing medical assistance, we establish the value of a future life plan.
We provide the advocacy you most desperately need following the chaos of an accident or the mistakes of a medical professional. Count on us to be on your side until justice is served.
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