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Results Matter: Serious Injuries Are Expensive

Brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and injuries to children are expensive. They require medical care — often lifelong care. Seriously injured adults may be unable to return to work for a long time — or never. A seriously injured child may not ever be able to work.

Those issues are why results matter and why our law firm works hard for seriously injured clients. At the Rittgers & Rittgers law firm, our Cincinnati personal injury lawyers put focused care and attention on every personal injury case we take.

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Guiding Seriously Injured People to the Best Possible Outcomes

Severe, catastrophic injuries can affect the victim for months, years or a lifetime. When serious injuries are involved, our attorneys work with experts to determine what financial resources will be necessary for the injured person’s recovery and care.

Learn More By Contacting The Firm

If you or a loved one has suffered serious injuries or if a loved one has died in a fatal accident, we will listen. Contact us by calling 513-932-2115 and tell us about the accident and about the injuries. With offices in Lebanon, West Chester and downtown Cincinnati, our law firm represents clients throughout southwest Ohio, including Butler, Warren and Hamilton counties.

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