Helping Injured Workers Since 1981

New Lexington Personal Injury Attorneys On Your Side

Modern life is full of conveniences. Nonetheless, many of those items bring with them risks. Cars, trucks and other motor vehicles make it possible for much of our way of life to exist, but they cause millions of injuries every year and tens of thousands of deaths.

For a personal injury to be compensable, there must be negligence. When someone drives drunk, when a store neglects to clean up a spill in a store aisle, and when a bar allows a patron to start a fight with another guest, there is negligence. At Robert J. Dodd Jr., Co., L.P.A., our attorneys have decades of experience helping injured people obtain compensation and we can help you.

For a free consultation, please call us at 740-693-1208 or complete our contact form. Our personal injury attorneys have offices in New Lexington, Zanesville, Marietta and The Plains.

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Motor vehicle crashes and collisions cause a large number of personal injuries every year in Ohio. Dealing with the claims process with insurance companies or, even more challenging, filing a lawsuit, is a difficult and stressful process.

Our experienced lawyers understand all the challenges, know the personal injury and no-fault automobile laws, and recognize the tactics insurance companies use to deny or minimize claims. We can help you file your claim and, if necessary a court case, to get the compensation you need to recover from your injuries.

Don’t Delay!

There are strict deadlines for all personal injury claims in Ohio. If you wait too long, no matter how valid a claim you have or how severe your injuries, your claim will be barred. You should also seek medical care for your injuries. This may provide critical documentation for your case. Contact our attorneys as soon as you are able and we will review your facts and explain your legal options.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

For a free consultation, please call us at 740-693-1208 or send us an email. We represent injury victims throughout Perry, Muskingum, Washington and Athens counties.