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Dayton Personal Injury Lawyer

The Dayton personal injury attorneys at The Brannon Law Firm have a successful track record in representing injured victims in Ohio since 1975. Over this period of time, our injury lawyers have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars on behalf of our clients in the state of Ohio. This has included numerous individual jury verdicts and settlements in excess of one million dollars. Our success in the courtroom stems from our law firm’s objective to provide each injured client with the highest quality legal representation. This is mirrored in our willingness to take your case to trial if the wrongdoer is unwilling to pay a fair amount to settle the case. In brief, we are knowledgeable, experienced, and ready to fight for you!


Why Choose Our Dayton Personal Injury Attorneys?

Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Dayton, OH

Over the past few decades, we have represented dozens of injury victims in Ohio and have come to understand the daunting task people face in choosing an attorney to represent them and their families. This is just one reason The Brannon Law Firm does not charge anything for an initial consultation. Our Dayton personal injury attorneys are available to meet with you at our office, your home or even in the hospital. Additionally, if we do choose to take your case we can work on a contingency fee agreement. This means that we do not charge any fee unless the case is successfully resolved in our clients favor. Contact us to see how we can help you make a recovery for your personal injuries and fight for maximum compensation.

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How Will You Know That You Can File A Personal Injury Claim?

A person may have a claim for a personal injury where they have been injured as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company or other entity. These incidents often exact an enormous toll on the victims and their families who may need to seek recovery for medical bills, lost income, lost earning capacity, pain/suffering, and other damages. These injuries can occur in a variety of accidents including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, dog bites, defective products, slip and fall, pedestrian accidents, truck accidents, and workplace accidents just to name a few.

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Our Dayton personal injury attorneys at The Brannon Law Firm have handled a vast array of injury cases and can help determine if you have a case no matter what the manner of injury. We will fight for fair compensation and help you recover lost income due to medical bills or other damages.

Types Cases We Handle in Dayton, OH

Our Dayton Injury Lawyers have a long history of helping accident victims. We are an all-purpose firm and cover any type of injury case brought to us, we will investigate, and help you and your loved ones receive the compensation you deserve. We work on a contingency fee agreement and are available to help now. Call our Dayton office if you were injured after an accident or are suffering from injuries because of a negligent party:

What is The Cost of Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer?

At The Brannon Law Firm our Dayton injury lawyers handle most of our cases on a contingency fee basis and advance the costs of litigation. We have found that by doing this we have aligned our interests with those of our clients. It also does not burden clients with immediate legal fees and litigation expenses, when the client may have just been hurt in an accident and is off work.

What is a Contingency Fee?

A contingency fee, which is a percentage of the recovery gained by the client, meaning that we will receive a certain percentage of the settlement or judgment. The concept is simple; we don’t get paid unless you do.

What is The Statute of Limitations for a Personal Injury Claim in Ohio?

The Statute of Limitations is the time limit that an injured plaintiff has to file a claim. The claimant has to file a claim in Ohio no later than two years from the cause of action.
An individual has two years to file a personal injury claim in the Buckeye State from the date that the injury occurred.

Are There Exceptions to the Statute of Limitations?

In certain scenarios, Ohio grants an exception to the statute of limitations for the time limit associated with the personal injury. The statute of limitations with not begin to run if §2305.15 (A) or §2305.15 (B)

§2305.15 (A) states that if a person is out of the state, or in hiding in the state, the time limit will not begin to run until that person returns to the state or reveals themselves and ends their concealment.

§2305.15 (B) allows an individual that has suffered injury and the accused perpetrator is in prison, that time the defendant spends in prison will not contribute towards the time limit associated with the statute of limitations.

How Can I Ensure I Do Not Miss the Statute of Limitations in Ohio?

After an accident occurs, it is imperative to first seek medical treatment from medical professionals. After treatment has been received, an injured victim may seek legal advice from an experienced personal injury attorney.

A personal injury attorney will be able to identify the amount of time that an injured victim has to file a personal injury claim and will assist the plaintiff through the legal path. However, it is advisable that a plaintiff contact an attorney as soon as possible after an accident.

The longer an injured victim waits to contact an attorney to describe the facts surrounding their case, the longer this event has to dissipate through an injured victim’s mind. By reaching out to an attorney shortly after the accident, a legal professional will be able to assist victims file the necessary paperwork to avoid any potential deadline issues.

How Much is Your Personal Injury Claim Worth?

A lawsuit’s worth depends on the damages you received after an accident. There are several damages you can claim, either compensatory or punitive damages. All of your losses due to the negligence of someone else are calculated into what settlement you will be awarded. That’s where we come in to help push for fair compensation. Many times insurance companies will try to give you enough to cover your medical bills, but not the emotional damage or the economic effect an injury has if you lost your job or had to take time off. If you are not sure about how much your lawsuit is worth, our legal experts can meet with you at no cost, and give you legal advice on what your options are.

Speak with an Injury Attorney Now

Regardless of your situation, our Dayton personal injury lawyers can help. We work on a contingency fee agreement which means no fees unless we win. Contact us to see how we can help you make a recovery for your personal injuries (937) 228-2306

Client Review:

“The Brannon Law Firm helped us out in our case, they hired professional crash reconstructionist which proved we weren’t at fault during our pursuit. I would definitely recommend The Brannon Law Firm to any of my friends and family.” -Dan B.