Did You Suffer An Amputation After An Accident? We Will Help You Get The Compensation You Deserve.

Losing a limb in an accident changes your whole life. Learning to exist without part of your body can be traumatic. Being fitted for, maintaining and learning to use a prosthesis can be very expensive, not to mention the hospital bills and continuing visits to doctors and therapists. If you have suffered an amputation in an accident, you should not be responsible for covering these expenses, especially when your accident is the result of someone else's negligence.

For three generations, the attorneys of Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, have helped people with serious injuries in Ohio and Northern Kentucky recover the compensation they need for medical bills, continuing therapies and lost wages. Over the last 50+ years, we have earned the trust of our community and the respect of our peers by working diligently to give our clients the best advocacy and service possible.

Your Injury Will Impact You For Life. We Think Your Compensation Should Reflect That Loss.

Insurance companies want to give you as little as possible to cover your injuries. They frequently fail to take into account what may happen years down the road when the money is gone but your injury is not. We work closely with medical experts and life-care planners to calculate the full cost of your injury throughout the rest of your life. If your insurance company is unwilling to meet your needs, we are experienced trial lawyers who are willing to go before a judge and jury to see that you are properly cared for.

We handle cases for people who have had amputations resulting from:

We take on insurance companies, drunk drivers, negligent contractors, manufacturers of defective products and anyone who is trying to prevent our clients from getting the compensation they are entitled to for the injury done to them.

Speak With One Of Our Lawyers In A Free Consultation

If you or a member of your family has suffered an amputation and would like an evaluation of your claim, please call 513-721-1077 in Cincinnati, 937-531-7999 in Dayton, or 859-547-3334 in Kentucky or send us an email. Consultations are free. Our attorneys will treat you and your case with the utmost compassion, dedication and respect. Call us today.