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Cincinnati Motorcycle Accident Lawyers

Motorcycle Crash Attorneys Serving Ohio & Kentucky

Motorcyclists have as much of a right to use the roads as anyone else. Unfortunately, some drivers of automobiles and other larger vehicles have not gotten in the habit of sharing the road with motorcycles and do not take the necessary precautions to avoid serious collisions.

At the law firm of Barron Peck Bennie & Schlemmer, our Cincinnati motorcycle accident attorneys are dedicated to seeking fair compensation for motorcyclists in Ohio and Kentucky who have been seriously injured as a result of the negligence of other drivers.

Helping Injured Motorcyclists Pursue Fair Compensation

Because motorcyclists are less protected than the occupants of larger vehicles, they are more likely to suffer severe head injuries, spinal cord injuries and other catastrophic injuries in vehicle accidents. We are experienced at helping injured motorcyclists pursue injury claims against negligent drivers.

When drivers take negligent actions such as making turns and changing lanes without fully looking out for other vehicles, they can be held legally accountable for the consequences.

To discuss your motorcycle crash with one of our experienced injury lawyers, please contact us at 513-721-1350 or by e-mail to schedule a consultation. You will not pay us any legal fees unless we obtain compensation for your injuries.

Practice Areas Contact Us
Cincinnati, OH Office
Newport, OH Office

Cincinnati Office Personal Injury Attorneys
Barron Peck Bennie & Schlemmer, Co. LPA
3074 Madison Road
Cincinnati, OH 45209

Phone: 513-721-1350
Fax: 513-721-2301
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Newport Office Personal Injury Attorneys
Barron Peck Bennie & Schlemmer, Co. LPA
30 East Eighth Street
Newport, KY 41071

Phone: 859-547-1382
Fax: 888-202-1694
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Based in Greater Cincinnati and northern Kentucky, we serve clients throughout Ohio and Kentucky, including Oakley, Hyde Park, Clifton, Indian Hill, Kenwood, Montgomery, Symmes Township, Mason, West Chester, Batavia, Fairfield, Loveland, Milford, Lebanon, Monroe, Bridgetown, White Oak, Forest Park, Springdale, Blue Ash, Deer Park, Norwood, Middletown, Hamilton, Trenton, Oxford, Covington, Newport and other communities in Hamilton County, Butler County, Warren County, Clermont County, Boone County, Kenton County and Campbell County.