Personal Injury Law Firm In Middletown, Ohio

With many similarities to our other location, Middletown, Ohio is a very special city with a great history.  We are proud to have an office here and look forward to providing the service you may find traveling to a bigger city to find a personal injury lawyer but with the personal touch more common in small towns.  We help individuals that were injured in all types of accidents, however, our typical clients are injured in some sort of auto accident or has been bitten by a dog (please click on any links to learn more about a particular category):

Car Accidents

Motorcycle Accidents

Truck Accidents

Dog Bites

Personal Injury General

Community Involvement

One of the most rewarding parts of our business is giving back to the communities we serve.  We grew up just south of Middletown in Hamilton, Ohio and have lived our whole lives in Butler County.  We make sure to give back our time to the communities that have been so good to us and are always looking for new ways to give back.   So if you have any ideas of how we can help, give us a call regardless if it is sponsoring a little league team or mentoring a young person who may be thinking about the career in the law we want to help.

More Information on Middletown, Ohio

Settled in 1791 by Daniel Doty, Middletown sits within Butler and Warren County, Ohio next to the Miami-Erie Canal. The city was incorporated in 1833.

There are a couple theories as to where Middletown got its name. It is believed that the founder of the official city, Stephen Vail, named Middletown after Middletown, New Jersey as Vail originated there. Another theory is that it is named for its location at the midway point for navigation on the Great Miami River.

According to the 2020 census, Middletown is home to just under 50,000 people. With about a quarter of the population in school, Middletown City School District educates over 6000 students through 10 public schools, one high school, one middle school, and 8 elementary schools. Over 80% of students graduate. Middletown is also home to Miami University Middletown. Private schools also service the city, primarily through private kindergartens and Catholic schools.

The government of Middletown has been operated by a Home Rule city charter since 1913. The government consists of five city council members including the mayor who is elected by popular vote and four council members that are elected by at-large voting. They city council is responsible for appointing the city clerk, boards, and commissions.

Middletown was home of AK Steel Holding Corporation, formerly Armco. The company was founded in 1899.  The main offices moved to West Chester, Ohio in 2007. It is still a leading employer of the city because the central factory has stayed in Middletown. The Middletown Regional Airport is also a leading employer for the city.

Middletown is well known for its annual July hot air balloon festival, more commonly known as the Ohio Challenge. Hot air balloon pilots compete in aerial challenges, while festival goers can watch and  enjoy live entertainment, a classic car show, and other classic carnival activities.






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