Personal Injury

The law firm of Brandenburg & Associates Co., LPA has over forty years combined legal expertise assisting clients with injuries as the result of someone else’s negligence. We are dedicated to aggressively advocating for people who have been severely injured or the families of victims of wrongful death caused by the errors, carelessness or inattention of others.

The size of the recovery depends on the ability of the lawyer to convince the other side it is better to settle than go to trial.  With that in mind, our firm is successful in negotiating substantial recoveries for injured clients. We handle a full range of personal injury cases including:

  • Automobile, motorcycle and truck accidents
  • Uninsured motorists cases
  • Construction injuries
  • Insurance claims
  • Medical malpractice
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect
  • Animal attacks
  • Product liability
  • Wrongful death

Our attorneys will help you recover any medical expenses as a result of your injury, including doctor and hospital bills, medications, therapy, home health care and all other related medical expenses, as well as any future medical expenses you reasonably expect to incur. We will also recover monetary compensation for the physical pain and suffering you have sustained, out-of-pocket expenses, mental and emotional anguish, lost wages, benefits or other compensation, any loss of future earning capacity, and the future diminishment of the enjoyment of life.

It is wise not to deal with an insurance company in a personal injury matter without the advice of legal counsel.  The law firm of Brandenburg & Associates Co., LPA  is not afraid to champion for your rights. Our lawyers will stand up to insurance companies to make sure you are treated fairly and get the settlement you deserve.

Please also review our Personal Injury Questionnaire.

We offer free consultations for personal injury matters. Please call us at 937-748-1004 or fill out the Contact Us form.

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