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At the law office of Brian G. Miller Co., L.P.A., our attorneys provide expert legal counsel throughout Central and Southern Ohio to those who have suffered a traumatic brain injury. If you are one of the 1.4 million Americans who have suffered a serious brain or head injury and believe that another individual is at fault, our brain injury attorneys in Columbus, Ohio can help you attain the recovery you deserve.
The case at issue, involving Mr. Miller’s client, Lisa M. Jones, was a significant one. Ms. Jones, a mother to a 3-year-old boy, struck a utility pole near Marion, which downed a power line and left her trapped in her SUV with her son inside. While Jones’s life hung in the balance, medical emergency staff arrived quickly to the accident scene but had to wait nearly an hour for an Ohio Edison employee to arrive and clear the power line. Jones argued this delay had irreversible consequences to her health, leaving her with a permanent brain injury.
Ohio Edison and its affiliate company, FirstEnergy Service Co., argued that Jones’s injuries were due to other factors including her own conduct and subpar medical care proved at The Ohio State University trauma department.
After receiving the evidence and witness testimony, the jury determined that primary fault was with the electric companies and awarded 13.3 million to Ms. Jones for the financial losses she had or will experience over her lifetime, 20 million to Ms. Jones in noneconomic losses, and 1 million to benefit Ms. Jones’ son.
If you or someone you know suffered from significant brain injury from a car collision, motorcycle wreck, or other personal injury claim, call our experienced brain injury law firm in Columbus, Ohio to discuss your claims.
Brain injuries can occur due to any number of events, including car and truck accidents, serious falls, and even medical negligence. Regardless of the cause of the injury, a traumatic brain injury can be life-altering and extremely serious. Those who suffer from moderate or severe traumatic brain injuries can experience confusion, ringing in their ears, severe headaches, convulsions, seizures, and numbness in their extremities. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms as the result of somebody else’s intentional or negligent actions, contact our firm to discuss the potential of filing a traumatic brain injury lawsuit in Ohio.
Brain injury lawsuits are difficult and involve a lot of time and effort, but our Worthington and Columbus brain injury attorneys are experienced in dealing with such cases and know what it takes to succeed. Our firm consults doctors and experts in order to make sure that a jury understands just how serious your injuries are and what they have changed about your life. If you want to seek compensation for your injuries, contact our Ohio-based brain injury attorneys to discuss your claim.
Skilled Columbus and Worthington brain injury attorneys. Our firm has spent years fighting for our clients and consistently achieve success on their behalf. Our firm also has experience working with experts in order to overcome insurance companies’ blame-shifting arguments and refocus your case around who is really at fault. Our manageable case load allows us to focus on our clients’ needs and enables us to work as hard as possible to achieve favorable results.
Our law firm is award winning. In addition to our earned reputation among clients and colleagues, Brian G. Miller Co., L.P.A. has been recognized within Ohio Super Lawyers, The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and Top 40 Under 40, America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators, and several other prestigious top trial lawyers groups in Ohio and the United States, such as the Multi-Million Dollar Advocate Forum.
To discuss your case with a trusted, respected, and experienced traumatic brain injury attorney in Columbus, Ohio, please contact Brian G. Miller Co., L.P.A. at (614) 221-4035. We also provide free consultations and work on contingency fees.