Selecting an Attorney and engaging in the civil litigation process may be one of the most personal and important decision an injured person must make. The Lyon Firm’s lead attorney, Joe Lyon, left a large corporate law firm to create a small law practice where he could offer his clients personal representation with access to large resources. The Lyon Firm is a highly-rated, nationally recognized, and experienced Ohio Product Liability and catastrophic injury attorney, and he is accessible to his clients. Call us any time, we are prepared to discuss your potential case and answer any additional questions you may have.
Yes. The phone call or home visit is free regardless of whether the case is ultimately accepted. Reach us at 800.513.2403 with FAQs and common concerns.
Yes. The fee is based upon a percentage that is only recovered in the event the case is successful. If the case is successful, the legal fees are an agreed upon percentage of the total recovery. If the case is not successful, the client is not charged a legal fee for the work. The Lyon Firm accepts most cases on contingency fees. Hourly rates are also available and are offered. Watch Attorney Joseph Lyon Explain Contingency Fees
Yes. We will advance all costs of the litigation if we accept the case. These costs are generally not requested for reimbursement in the event that the case is not successful. We accept the risk if we believe in the case.
Yes. The Lyon Firm has been involved in many Catastrophic Injury cases involving the loss of limbs, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, deformities, and burn injuries. These types of injuries require the utmost care and attention, and the use of life care planning and economic experts to present the full scale of the damages claims. Should you trust us with a call, The Lyon Firm has the experience, compassion, and resources to help you and your family through this critical process.
Yes. The Lyon Firm has handled numerous wrongful death cases in multiple states. Wrongful Death claims are separate causes of action and require early coordination with family members. The tragic death of a family member can leave families with devastating personal and financial losses. Should you trust us with a phone call, The Lyon Firm has the experience, compassion, and resources to help you and your family through this loss.
Yes. Representing an injured child in a case is one of the greatest responsibilities a lawyer may have in their career, and one that The Lyon Firm has been honored to accept. The Lyon Firm has successfully handled complex product liability, medical malpractice, and toxic exposure cases, all involving permanent brain injuries to children. These cases deserve the closest attention from counsel, and The Lyon Firm will be there for you throughout the case should you choose him to represent you and your child.
Yes. If the case appears to have merit on the initial phone interview, The Lyon Firm will personally visit you at your home or the hospital to complete the initial consultation.
Yes. Please call to discuss your case and to schedule an appointment when you are available.
Yes. The Lyon Firm is frequently admitted Pro Hac Vice in other jurisdictions. In such cases, local counsel may be necessary, but the attorneys will work together on the case at no additional cost to the client. In mass tort cases, The Lyon Firm can often represent the client in Federal Court without the need for local counsel. We are careful to comply with all applicable ethical rules in this regard.
No. Cases where a product affects many individuals is properly classified as a Mass Tort. A Mass Tort claim is an individual claim that has been consolidated for discovery purposes with other similar cases. This generally benefits the plaintiff where there is a large defendant with immense resources. Power in numbers may be the only path to victory. Many people, including lawyers, often confuse the definition of Mass Tort with Class Action. There are important legal distinctions between the two categories. Personal injury cases are typically not appropriate for class action treatment because of the individual issues with respect to the health of the individual.
No. The Lyon Firm is focused on individuals and small business owners. The defendants in most cases are large corporations defended by large law firms. The Lyon Firm is dedicated to fighting on behalf of individuals against large powers that often choose not to follow the rules and treat smaller parties unfairly.
Yes. The Lyon Firm works in conjunction with lawyers nationwide. The Lyon Firm is consulted frequently on complex injury matters and many cases are referred to The Lyon Firm for review and litigation. Joint representation is often in the best interest of the client, given the complexity and expense of litigation. Your clients will always remain your clients and joint fee agreements are honored should counsel trust us with a call.
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