Personal Injury Guidance for On-the-Job Injury Victims
Ohio and Kentucky work injury victims may be entitled to workers' compensation benefits to cover medical expenses and lost wages. However, if you have suffered a catastrophic injury, will workers' compensation benefits be enough? For many people suffering life-changing injuries, the answer is no. In cases where another party — other than your employer — is responsible for the accident, you may be entitled to personal injury compensation through a third-party liability claim.
Our Dayton and Cincinnati work injury attorneys at the firm Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, have provided exclusive representation in personal injury matters for over 50 years. We are trusted in the community for standing up for injured people — not for powerful insurance companies. We have stood by our work, our clients and their families for generations. If you have been injured in a northern Kentucky or Ohio work-related accident, you can count on our experienced and compassionate lawyers to pursue accountability and justice. Contact our law firm to arrange a free consultation and evaluation with an experienced personal injury attorney.
We are a personal injury law firm that is known for its dedication to personal client service, team-approach advocacy, proven results and an exceptional team of lawyers. Our entire legal team — Greg Young, Michele Young, associates and assistants — are all committed to serving the needs of each client and building the kind of trust that lasts.
Handling Third-Party Personal Injury Claims for Ohio Work Accident Victims
When a third party (an individual or business other than your employer) is responsible for or contributes to a work-related accident, that third party can be held financially liable for your injuries. Additionally, unlike workers' compensation benefits, a third-party liability claim enables you to pursue compensation for pain and suffering. Examples of work-related accidents involving potential third-party liability include:
- A work-related truck accident is caused by defective truck tires or brakes
- A work-related car wreck is caused by the other driver
- A work-related burn injury or electrocution is caused by negligent wiring performed by a subcontractor
- A catastrophic amputation is caused by defective machinery or equipment
- A scaffolding accident is caused by improperly erected scaffolding equipment
Do You Have a Third-Party Work Injury Claim?
Our attorneys have the experience, resources and state-of-the-art technology needed to properly investigate and evaluate work accident cases and build them from the ground up, from the moment we accept your case until we recover the compensation to which you are entitled. Our firm offers departments each with focused areas. Each department offers the knowledge, experience and resources necessary to answer your questions and know what it takes to build a successful case, from requesting records to investigating work accidents to preparing for negotiations or trial. We can provide you with an honest assessment of whether you have a case and guide you through the entire legal process.
Learn more about work-related injury cases handled by our Cincinnati and Dayton area personal injury law firm.
Don't Settle for Less Than You Deserve
We are committed to being a law firm for the people, from representing individuals such as yourself in a work injury claim to answering hundreds of questions through our injury line in conjunction with TV Channel 64.
If you have suffered a work injury caused by someone else's negligence, we welcome you to discuss your situation with one of our experienced Dayton and Cincinnati work accident lawyers. Contact our law firm online or call 513-721-1077 in Cincinnati, 937-531-7999 in Dayton, or 859-547-3334 in Kentucky to schedule your free initial consultation. When you meet with us, ask about:
- Free parking at our downtown Cincinnati location
- Appointments available at 10 locations, including nine suburban locations
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