Whether you break a leg or crush a vertebra in an accident, you may be out of commission for a substantial period of time. Hospital bills are expensive, as is the follow up care you may require. If you are unable to work because of your injury, you shouldn't have to cover all of those medical bills, especially if your accident was caused by negligence.
We Can Help You Maximize Your Compensation After A Break Or Fracture
At Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, we help injured people in Ohio and Northern Kentucky get the compensation they need for medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other costs associated with their accident. Our law firm has been run by the same family for over five generations, and we continue to live up to our firm's reputation for hard work, getting results and exceptional service.
We Will Build A Strong Case For Compensation
Insurance companies do their best to settle for as little as possible in accident cases. Our lawyers seek the professional opinions of medical experts, life-care planners and economists to determine what this injury has already cost you and what it may cost you in the future. We build your case using state-of-the-art technologies so we can demonstrate to a jury why you deserve full compensation for your injuries.
A Broken Bone Can Cause Permanent Injuries — Get The Compensation You Need
If your broken bone results in a permanent injury that prevents you from functioning as you once did, it can affect your entire life. You may not be able to perform your job correctly, enjoy many of your leisure activities and it may affect how you relate to your family. We take into consideration the potential for future lost wages as well as the time you have already lost from work. We look at how this injury will affect every aspect of your life, including the possibility of vocational training if you are unable to return to your current position.
Learn More About Your Right To Compensation In A Free Consultation
Our bone fracture injury attorneys treat every case, regardless of size, as a chance to create a relationship of trust and honesty that will last lifetimes. If you or a member of your family has suffered a bone fracture 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.