Life today is complicated, and the law is complicated as well. Laws are also constantly changing. But the attorneys at Spitler & Williams-Young Co., L.P.A., take a common sense approach to the law. Specialization in particular areas allows us to maintain our commitment to the high skill level necessary to successfully pursue each case in these areas:
Our attorneys and staff are also well-versed in the ways these areas inter-relate, allowing us to pursue multiple areas of recovery to protect each client's livelihood.
Most workplaces can be dangerous. Ohio law requires each employer to provide workers' compensation coverage for work-related injuries and major illnesses. Compensation may include reimbursement of medical bills, lost income due to inability to work, and lost wages when a lower-paying job must be taken as a result of an injury.
In order for the client to receive all the benefits to which he/she is entitled, attorneys and staff at Spitler & Williams-Young Co., L.P.A., handle every facet of the claim, including
Injuries and the suffering they cause can have long-lasting and sometimes catastrophic effects on one's life. Complex personal injury laws determine liability, extent of injuries, and entitlement to damages in cases such as auto accidents, defective products, negligence, or assault. Spitler & Williams-Young Co., L.P.A., has the expertise necessary to
When a product causes serious injury or illness at home or at work, the manufacturer and/or retailer may be held responsible. However, this is a very technical area of law. Spitler & Williams-Young Co., L.P.A., has the technical resources available to
No dollar amount can replace a loved one whose death is caused by the negligent or willful act of another, whether at home, in the workplace, or through the use of a defective product. It is also said by sociologists that the death of a loved one is the most stressful event in one's life.
Recognizing this, Spitler & Williams-Young Co., L.P.A., handles all wrongful death cases with great sensitivity and attention to detail as clients seek recompense for loss of companionship, loss of a family's livelihood, and suffering of the deceased family member.
Most employees pay into the federal Social Security fund. Social Security offers several programs, such as retirement income, disability benefits for participants who have been unable to earn income for a year or more due to injury or illness, and income and medical benefits for disabled persons with limited economic resources (such as widows, widowers, and children) who may not be eligible for the disability program.
The attorneys and staff at Spitler & Williams-Young Co., L.P.A., help clients negotiate the complex and often lengthy Social Security benefits approval process by
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