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Personal Injury Attorneys at Law

About Kruger & Hodges Attorneys at Law

At Kruger & Hodges Attorneys at Law, We Know Life Doesn’t Always Go As Planned, And When The Worst Possible Scenario Becomes Reality, Legal Action Can Become Necessary.

The problem is: it’s hard to find a lawyer you can trust – especially if you’re going up against a powerful organization or government entity.

We have experience on the other side: defending the government and corporations, so we know first hand what resources, tactics and tricks they use.

We’ve seen our own loved ones get injured from the negligence of others, and we’ve seen good people unfairly incarcerated.

That’s why we built a compassionate law practice committed to pursuing justice for our neighbors in Hamilton, Middletown, and Eaton, Ohio and the surrounding areas.

We believe you deserve an accessible attorney who answers when you call and really listens. (All of our clients have access to us directly, via our personal cell phones.)

To learn more about our attorneys please visit their personal pages and check out our 5-Star reviews.

Call or Contact Us today for a free consultation.

How It Works:

Step 1

Call or Email us for a free case evaluation

Schedule a free case evaluation

Step 2

We can chat via phone, or in person at a time and place that is convenient for you

Step 3

If you’d like to proceed in retaining our firm, we’ll sign a contract and begin working on your case

Kruger & Hodges, Attorneys at Law Have the Experience You Need

Our lawyers have wide-ranging experiences that complement each other. One of our lawyers has years of daily courtroom experience in front of the very judges who will hear your case. The other lawyer began his career at one of the most prestigious law firms in Ohio where he assisted in the defense of large corporations and governmental entities. This extensive courtroom experience sets Kruger & Hodges, Attorneys at Law apart from other law firms.


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