Dayton, OH (PRWEB) April 14, 2010
The attorneys at HOCHMAN & PLUNKETT are excited to announce the opening of a new office in Cincinnati. The firm practices in the areas of workers’ compensation, personal injury, and Social Security benefits. The firm is a full service injury firm.
The office opens April 1, 2010 at 810 Sycamore Street on the third floor of the Farrish building. Their new, central location is convenient to the Industrial Commission, Social Security, and all Courts.
“We have been considering opening up an office in Cincinnati for years," explains Gary Plunkett, a partner in the firm. “The time is right for us to extend our regional base and service the growing metropolitan
Since 1969, the trial lawyers at HOCHMAN & PLUNKETT have been serving southwestern Ohio. Their motto, “Let us go the distance for you!” exemplifies the firm’s commitment to getting their clients everything they deserve. Clients deserve experienced attorneys who understand the complexities of the law, pay particular attention to details, and care about their clients. This is just what clients have received from HOCHMAN & PLUNKETT for nearly 40 years.
A workplace injury can devastate a family. Medical bills pile up, money problems arise, savings accounts become drained and a family’s stress is at an all-time high. The lawyers at HOCHMAN & PLUNKETT have 150 years combined experience representing injured workers. They
understand what families are going through and are dedicated to getting workers the money that they deserve.
Every ten seconds someone in the United States is involved in a car accident. Motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of injury and death in the United States for people between the ages of 3-33. The lawyers at HOCHMAN & PLUNKETT can help people who have been injured in an automobile accident. Other leading areas of injury are motorcycle accidents and dog bites.
HOCHMAN & PLUNKETT is ready to act aggressively to get victims the money they deserve.
About 3 in 10 men and 1 in 4 women become disabled from work before reaching normal retirement age. A worker who becomes disabled faces immediate loss of income. Obtaining Social Security benefits is imperative for these workers. HOCHMAN & PLUNKETT can help.
They can find out if a person is receiving all the benefits that he or she is eligible for; and if not, they have the experience to help that person.
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