Injuries To Children

Representing Injured Children Throughout Ohio

A child who has been injured in an accident can face medical issues that are significantly different from those of an adult. A child’s body heals differently than an adult’s. There may be a greater tendency for injured children to suffer psychological problems. An accident can keep a child out of school for weeks, months or even a year or longer.

If your child has suffered injuries in an accident, you should choose an attorney who understands the unique aspects of child injury cases and who is sensitive to your child’s needs.

Experienced Advocates For Injured Children

At Clark, Perdue & List, we provide proactive, results-oriented representation for children who have suffered injuries as the result of:


Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, will seek the best possible result for you in settlement negotiations or at trial.

When we handle your case, we will work tirelessly to obtain the medical care your child needs and full compensation for all economic and noneconomic losses. We will investigate the accident to establish the liability of the responsible party. Our lawyers will carefully examine insurance coverage issues and seek compensation from all possible sources. We will pay particular attention to your child’s medical and rehabilitation needs and seek the financial resources that can pay for those services.

Legally speaking, we will be representing your child. However, it is highly unlikely that he or she will have to appear in court. We will do everything we can to minimize the disruption in your child’s life and the emotional stress that can accompany a lawsuit.

At Clark, Perdue & List Co, LPA, we are committed to making a positive difference in our clients’ lives. We want to help your child recover to the fullest extent possible.


Contact Our Skilled Columbus Personal Injury Lawyers

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced personal injury lawyer, contact us today for a free consultation. We can help with your personal injury claim, but only if you call us. Time is of the essence.


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