35 Years Experience Representing Injured Victims
Aggressive and tenacious representation with high legal professionalism
Proven Results and Million Dollar Settlements - helping clients recover just compensation for their injuries.
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Advocating for the rights of injured people throughout Ohio since 1981
Columbus personal injury attorney Mitchell J. Alter is an aggressive litigator who has been fighting for the rights of victims of personal injury and medical malpractice for over 35 years. With an indisputable track record of multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts, this personal injury law firm has cemented it’s place among the finest personal injury and medical malpractice firms in Ohio.
His exceptional skills have been recognized by the Ohio Super Lawyers, National Trial Lawyers Top 100, Top peer review rating by peers with AV Preeminent Rating Martindale-Hubbell, Million Dollar Advocate Forum, the Ohio House of Representatives Commendation, Who’s Who Business First for Personal Injury and the Columbus Bar Foundation, where he is a fellow.
Mitchell J. Alter, Attorney at Law
If opposing parties refuse to negotiate a fair agreement, I will fight as an aggressive litigator for a rightful verdict at trial.
The ALTER Guarantee
- Provide you a free, confidential consultation–with no strings attached;
- Not charge you a penny until we win your case;
- Advance all costs of your personal injury claim;
- Give you personalized, first-class service from start to finish;
- Handle your claim personally and maximize a fair recover;
- Handle all paperwork for you;
- Clearly answer all your questions, concerns and inquiries;
- Help you through the insurance negotiations process;
- And if necessary, I will fight as an aggressive litigator for a rightful verdict at trial.
PERSONAL INJURY NEWS
If you think Ohio law treats all injured parties the same, you’re wrong. Let’s look at the different outcomes for two plaintiffs. Doug Dyer was involved in a collision that resulted in spine and neck injuries and multiple surgeries; he still suffers pain. Last June,...
In the Supreme Court opinion of Carter v. Reese, 2105-0108, the Court extended the application of Ohio’s Good Samaritan law to a negligent motorist. The Good Samaritan law was enacted to protect health care professionals and trained first responders who...
In a 4-3 decision, the Supreme Court of Ohio reversed two lower court judgments ordering Cleveland Illuminating Company (CEI) and First Energy Services Company to pay about $367,000.00 to a motorcyclist that suffered serious injuries in 2010 when a deer leaped from...