Pursuing Compensation For Severe Injuries

If you, or someone you love, were seriously injured in an accident, you know that getting compensation is more than a concept — it is an urgent need.

If you are unable to work because of a serious injury or permanent disability, you may not only fall behind on your medical bills, but you may also become unable to provide for yourself or your family.

In situations like these, it is important for injured people to hold negligent parties accountable for their actions (or inactions). Regardless of how your injury occurred, you can recover financial compensation through a personal injury lawsuit.

At the law firm of StachlerHarmon, in Dayton, Ohio, we have represented area clients for the last two decades. If you or a family member was seriously injured, as the result of negligence, we can provide you with thorough and effective representation designed to maximize your compensation. We can also pursue survivor's damages if your loved one died wrongfully as a result of negligence injuries.

What Type Of Harm Did You Suffer?

Our attorneys represent injured clients in cases of:

  • Severed spinal cord/paraplegia/quadriplegia
  • Cervical injury/spine injuries, including vertebral disk herniations
  • Amputation of arms, legs, fingers and other body parts
  • Serious foot injuries involving broken or crushed bones and severed tissues
  • Torn tendons and ligaments
  • Burn injuries and scarring
  • Crushing injuries
  • Bone fractures
  • Head injuries, including traumatic brain injury (TBI), personality changes, loss of cognitive ability or other loss of brain function

As part of our services, our lawyers will help you obtain a diagnosis of your medical condition to document your subsequent expenses. We will also counsel you on your legal options for seeking compensation from negligent parties and their insurance companies.

Our goal always is to restore our clients to personal and financial health by seeking the compensation they need for their medical bills, lost wages, loss of earning capacity and other damages.

Free Consultation

To discuss your options for compensation with an experienced attorney at StachlerHarmon, contact us online or by calling 937-608-9398 or 800-645-2911. The first consultation is always free.