Pursuing Compensation For Injuries From a Parking Lot Accident
Many parking lots are remarkably dangerous — and that includes plenty of them in Cincinnati, Dayton and other Ohio cities. Often drivers don’t pay enough attention to their surroundings, and the result can be a bad car accident that leaves someone seriously injured.
Far too often, that someone is a child.
At the law firm of Gregory S. Young, Co., LPA, we can help you and your family recover rightful compensation for your injuries. We have successfully served injured people in Cincinnati and the surrounding area for decades. Give us a call today to schedule a free time to talk with an experienced lawyer about your specific situation.
How Did The Accident Happen?
Like other types of car accidents, parking lot accidents and injuries can happen in many different ways. Our practice covers a full range of cases, including:
- Accidents involving children — When drivers fail to look closely enough to see that small children are present, the result can be truly terrible. Often this occurs while a driver was backing up — causing catastrophic or even fatal injuries for the child.
- Cars backing into each other — Some parking lots are designed so that drivers may back up toward each other. If the other driver did not use proper care, it can lead to a collision that even at low speeds can potentially cause whiplash or a brain injury.
- Low-speed collisions causing property damage — Regardless of whether serious injuries are involved, dealing with property damage to your vehicle is a hassle. We can guide you through the insurance issues toward an effective solution.
If you have been in parking lot accident, we encourage you to quickly get the medical treatment you may need. But it is also important to know what your legal rights and options are.
Confidential Consultations Available
We encourage you to call today to arrange a confidential, no-cost consultation with a skilled personal injury attorney at our firm. Call 513-838-4562 in Cincinnati, 888-469-6437 in Dayton or Kentucky. Or, if you prefer, complete our online form.