Fighting For Your Rights

Advocating For Catastrophic Injury Victims In Columbus

It goes without saying that a serious injury can be life-changing. When people are injured due to the negligence of others, it is important that they are cared for and can fully recover and heal.

If you or a loved one has suffered a catastrophic injury or has been killed, reach out to our legal team.

Traumatic Brain Injury Attorneys

Because we have obtained tens of millions of dollars in more than 40 years of practice in some of Ohio’s most complex personal injury cases, we are ready to use our experience to obtain the compensation that you deserve. We will bring our unrelenting advocacy, investigation expertise and comprehensive knowledge to do everything to obtain the compensation you deserve in cases involving:

Regardless of your injury, it is extremely important to get in touch with legal counsel as soon as possible. Early, decisive and deliberate action allows you to focus on healing and protects your rights as best as possible.

An example of our success.

  • $9.7 million settlement – Our client suffered from Guillain-Barre syndrome resulting in temporary ascending paralysis. The physicians at The Ohio State University failed to timely intubate the 20-year-old college student as the paralysis began to affect her ability to breathe. As a result of the failure to intubate her, she suffered a lack of oxygen and a permanent brain injury. The Ohio State University attempted to argue that she only had a two-year life expectancy as a result of the permanent brain injury. Our experts testified that her life expectancy in a persistent vegetative was 20 or more years. To date, our client is alive and has survived more than 12 years. We structured the settlement so there are funds available to pay for her care if she lives a normal life expectancy. The future payouts of the structured settlement will exceed $20 million.
  • $1 million jury trial – A young man sustained a severed sciatic nerve when the handgun he was cleaning discharged after the clip was removed. Plaintiff alleged defective design and failure to warn, and the case proceeded to trial before the jury. As the jury completed its deliberation, the case settled for a confidential amount.

At Colley Shroyer Abraham, our lawyers represent injured people in Columbus and throughout Ohio, including Logan, Waverly and Delaware counties.

Contact us online or at 877-450-2697 for a free initial consultation.