Ohio Auto Defect Accident Attorneys
If you suffered a serious injury in a car accident, even if it was a single vehicle accident, contacting a qualified attorney immediately is in your best interests. It is possible that your injuries were caused by or made worse by a defect in your car’s manufacture. For three generations, Gregory S. Young Co., LPA, has helped people file personal injury claims and lawsuits. We thoroughly investigate the cause of your accident and pursue compensation against the negligent parties if appropriate.
Talk To Our Lawyers About Your Defective Car Accident
We collect all evidence in your case so it can be examined by our team for possible defects. If an external part on your car failed and caused your accident, or if a part inside the passenger compartment failed, causing you more damage than you should have sustained, you may have a case. We consult with experts in accident reconstruction and in automobile manufacturing to confirm the cause of the injury and to build our case to present to the manufacturer of the car.
Possible automobile defects may occur in:
- Seat belts
- Seat backs
- Air bags
- Roof stability
- Frame stability
Rely On More Than 50 Years Of Experience In Personal Injury
If you would like to discuss an auto defect accident injury claim with our lawyers, we invite you to call 513-721-1077 in Cincinnati, 937-531-7999 in Dayton, or 859-547-3334 in Kentucky or email our Cincinnati office, Gregory S. Young Co., LPA. We will arrange a free consultation with one of our attorneys. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Ask about:
Free parking at our downtown Cincinnati location
- Appointments available at 10 locations, including nine suburban locations
- Evening and weekend appointments
- Home and hospital visits
- No attorney’s fees unless you collect*
Our satellite offices are located in Mason, West Chester, Tri-County, Blue Ash / Kenwood, Northgate, Clermont County, Florence, Finneytown and Western Hills. Addresses, maps and directions
*Some costs associated with representation may apply.