We help anyone injured through no fault of their own in all types of accidents but the majority of our cases fall within one of the following categories (please click on any links to learn more about a particular category):
Your Hamilton, Ohio personal injury attorneys are familiar with the busy streets of our city. We also know that your daily commute to work, or to drop off the kids, can turn into a disaster if you are involved in an auto accident. When we look at the rising traffic levels, it is no surprise that car crashes have become a regular occurrence.
The process of litigation following an auto accident typically involves discussions between insurance companies. In the pre-litigation phase, an investigation will occur and your lawyers will correspond with the authorities. Further, your Hamilton personal injury lawyers will be conducting research and negotiating the best possible outcome.
Motorcycle accidents can be particularly harmful situations due to the riskier nature of operating this type of vehicle. Oftentimes, the injuries are more severe. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, motorcycle operators are more than twenty-five times more likely to be killed in an accident and ten times more likely to receive a serious injury. Your Hamilton, Ohio personal injury attorneys are willing and able to help you or a family member in getting compensation if they were involved in a motorcycle crash.
A truck accident can be especially dangerous for anyone outside of the truck itself. Trucks, whether they are a box truck or an 18-wheeler semi or freighter, can cause critical damage thanks to their size, weight and inability to quickly stop. Fortunately, truck drivers are required to operate with commercial driver’s insurance. which typically provides extensive coverage. Like an auto accident, your personal injury attorneys at the Hamilton, Ohio Law Offices of Kruger & Hodges will facilitate negotiations between insurance companies to ensure you get the best possible outcome. If negotiations don’t work, we will litigate your case in court.
Ohio law favors the victim in a majority of dog bite injury claims. Ohio’s “strict liability” for these types of cases means that if the victim can prove they were bitten, the dog owner may be liable. The owner does not need to be proved negligent by the victim. But gathering evidence for dog bite injuries can be a challenging situation. Your Hamilton personal injury attorneys are experienced in handling these types of cases, and will be sure to take the correct steps in pursuing the compensation you are owed.
The personal injury attorneys at the Hamilton, Ohio Law Offices of Kruger & Hodges know what it’s like to deal with serious injury and the mountains of paperwork and phone calls that follow. We also assist our clients who have experienced injuries related to: