Committed To You And Your Recovery

Colley Shroyer & Abraham has gained statewide and nationwide recognition for our achievements in personal injury which rank among the highest that can be granted to lawyers. At the heart of these achievements is our dedication to standing up for the rights of injured people and working hard to get them the compensation they deserve.

At the law office of Colley Shroyer & Abraham, we represent clients throughout the state of Ohio, including those in Columbus, Grove City, Hilliard, Dublin and Knox County. Our lawyers are available to handle a variety of injury cases involving:

  • Medical Malpractice — misdiagnoses, birth injuries and surgical errors
  • Catastrophic injury and death — traumatic brain injuries, broken bones and paralysis
  • Car and truck accidents — accidents involving drunk driving, distracted drivers and speeding
  • Premises liability — slip-and-fall accidents, dog bites and faulty escalators
  • Products liability — defective prescription drugs and defective medical devices

Fighting For You And Your Rights After An Accident

Our personal injury litigation experience is extensive. Since the firm’s founding in 1977, we have taken a large number of cases to trial. As your lawyers, we will not hesitate to argue your case in front of a jury when the opposition is unwilling to provide you with the appropriate settlement. The insurance companies and attorneys who oppose us know our reputation for fighting for the rights of our clients in the courtroom. Our willingness to fight hard and our extensive jury trial experience may give our clients an advantage when seeking a settlement.

Our founding law partner, Michael Colley, has been elected president of both the American Trial Lawyers Association and the American Board of Trial Advocates, which are among the most prestigious legal organizations in the country. Our attorneys are adjunct professors at law schools, authors of respected legal texts and lecturers for other legal professionals. We are truly dedicated to the law.

Every day we put that dedication to work, standing up for the rights of people who have been injured due to acts of negligence by others. If you have been hurt in an accident caused by the carelessness of someone else, we are here to help.

Contact us at 614-678-5072 for a free consultation with one of our personal injury attorneys. All of our cases are taken on a contingency basis, which means that we do not receive any attorney fees unless we win your case.

Personal Injury Blog Posts


Smartphones are causing traumatic brain damage in the United States

New research that used data from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) from the 20 years preceding 2017 indicates that cellphones are contributing to a surge in head and neck injuries -- including traumatic brain injuries -- among people in the United States....

Over $40M awarded for driver-in-training’s fatal truck crash

Deploying its trucks on the highways of Ohio and throughout the nation, one of the largest transportation and logistics companies will pay a family damages of more than $40M over a wrongful death. A federal jury found the company liable for a fatal crash involving one...

Reckless drivers, fall weather and motorcycle wrecks

During the fall, the roads can be treacherous in certain places. For example, mountainous areas may be very hazardous for drivers as well as motorcyclists, and northern states may also see inclement weather that increases the chances of a traffic accident. Many...

Legionnaires’ disease outbreak plagues Columbus for third time

A Columbus, Ohio, hospital recently diagnosed two patients with Legionnaires’ Disease. Unfortunately, this is not the area’s first encounter with the disease. What is Legionnaires’ disease? The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) explain...

Loss of Ohio woman’s life calls attention to medical overdoses

When a doctor, nurse, surgeon or other medical provider fails to complete their job properly, the consequences can be deadly. A medical error could deprive a family of their loved one forever.Such is the case in a pending lawsuit against Mount Carmel Health System. A...

Medical Malpractice Blog Posts


Failing to review medical records can lead to prescription errors

Most physicians are in a rush when they see patients. They probably have to see dozens of people during any given day at the office or hospital where they work, and the higher the demand for their time, the more people they will try to see during their workday and the...

Woman files malpractice lawsuit after death of infant child in Toledo

When medical mistakes lead to injuries, it’s fair that people will want to file claims against those who made errors. That’s why this case against ProMedica isn’t that surprising. A mother has filed the lawsuit against a physician working for ProMedica after claiming...

Repercussions of anesthesia error

Errors in administering anesthesia may have terrible repercussions for the victim and family. The anesthesiologist has a vital role during surgery. When people do the job well, they make sure a patient receives the correct dosage of anesthesia and wakes after surgery...

How coumadin can hurt you: What patients need to know

Coumadin, which is also commonly known by the generic name “warfarin,” is a type of anticoagulant that is often prescribed to reduce the chances of blood clots that could easily cause strokes and embolisms. While the drug can be useful, it is also highly dangerous to...

Does your plastic surgeon have malpractice insurance?

It seems crazy to suggest that a doctor in this modern age would operate on patients without the benefit of malpractice insurance to protect them both if something goes wrong. However, Ohio doesn’t require doctors to carry any minimum coverage. This isn’t a problem...