Struggling To Recover After A Brain Injury?
At the law firm of Colley Shroyer & Abraham, we understand the impact a closed head injury can have on a life. If you or a loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury, our attorneys can help. Since 1977, we have fought for the needs of injured people, building a reputation for success that is known throughout the state. Let us show you the effort we put into every case we handle.
At Colley Shroyer & Abraham, we are available to assist injured people throughout Ohio, including Columbus, Dayton, Springfield and Mansfield.
We are available to assist with any traumatic brain injury case, including those that involve:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Train accidents
- Product liability
- Medical malpractice
- Hospital negligence
- Medication errors
- Premises liability (slip and falls)
- Toxic torts
- Anoxic and hypoxic brain injury
- Closed head injuries
- Subdural hematoma
- Persistent vegetative state
Our goal is to meet your needs by helping you receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and any other costs you can be compensated for. Our lawyers will first take the time to learn about the accident and how it has changed your life. When we build a legal strategy, it will be with your needs in mind.
One of the important questions in any personal injury case is whether you should seek settlement or prepare for trial. Our answer is simple: both. We will prepare your case thoroughly, investigating to make certain we are in possession of all the facts. With that information, we will put together a case strong enough to go to trial. We will present that case to the opposition. If they are unwilling to meet your needs in the form of a fair settlement, we will not hesitate to argue your case in front of a jury.
An example of our success.
- $9.3 million settlement: A young woman was admitted to the hospital with Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS). She developed breathing problems due to the condition. The resident physician failed to act upon an alarming blood gas study and instead went to lunch. The young college student suffered a respiratory attack resulting in brain damage. She is in a permanent vegetative or minimally conscious state requiring round-the-clock care.