Personal Injury Lawyers

Biller & Kimble, LLC's personal injury lawyers combine compassion for our clients with our brand of aggressive advocacy honed in our complex, high-stakes class action work.

Tires screech. Is it behind you? Before your brain can process the sound...


you experience a combination of feelings and sounds. Sudden movement, a sickening crunch, followed by pain, confusion, and fear. In an instant, your life changes - maybe because of your injuries, or maybe because your loved one is injured or worse. Why? The driver behind you thought it was more important to text "lol. ur pic is sooooo cute!" instead of watching the road.

This is the essence of personal injury law - holding people accountable for their negligent actions that hurt someone. The law can never truly compensate you for permanent injuries, especially brain injuries or, God forbid, for the wrongful death of a loved one. All it can do is offer money. But, the money is something. The financial compensation can help with medical bills, funeral costs, or life care plans.

When you are seriously injured, your lawyer needs to be at least two things:

1. Compassionate toward you, and

2. an ice-cold, strategic trial lawyer toward opposing counsel and insurance companies.

This is where we excel.

Frequently asked questions

How much does it cost to hire a personal injury lawyer?

Personal injury lawyers' fees are usually based on what they get for the their clients in a settlement or judgment. This is called a "contingency fee" because it is "contingent" on whether and how much the lawyer gets for his or her client. If the lawyer does not get anything for the client, the lawyer does not get paid at all. Commonly, lawyers will charge one-third of what they get for their clients. Occassionally, lawyers will charge more (like 40%). Sometimes lawyers will also charge less (like 25%) in an effort to attract more clients.

I was injured in a car accident. When should I call a lawyer?

In general, it is not a good idea to deal with insurance adjusters yourself. Their goal is often to reduce or eliminate the liability of their insured. In other words, they want to save money for the insurance company. Because they will usually try to contact you right away, you should have a lawyer right away. Once you seek any immediate medical attention that you require, call us to discuss your case. Our number is (513) 202-0710. If we represent you, we will take things from there, and you can ask that any insurance adjusters (or other people who want to talk to you) talk to us - your attorneys.

I am not sure whether I have a case. Should I still call?

Calling us is risk-free. We do not charge potential personal injury clients for an initial consultation, so you have nothing to lose by calling us. Likewise, we do not pressure potential clients into hiring us. If you or we decide not to work together for whatever reason, you are always welcome to call us again if you need us for something else. Because the call is risk and pressure-free, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain by discussing your case with us. This is true even if your are not sure whether you have a case. If it ends up that we do not believe you have a case that we can help with, we will let you know.

Biller & Kimble, LLC's Ohio Personal Injury Practice


In 2019, we added an experienced personal injury attorney to our team—Louise Roselle. While many personal injury lawyers claim to be “accomplished trial lawyers,” few can say that they were trial counsel in a lawsuit that resulted in a half-billion dollar jury verdict. Louise can say that. Louise brings her 47 years of experience and passion for righting wrongs to our firm’s personal injury practice.


We represent individuals who are hurt by others. This includes victims of car, truck, and bike accidents and consumers hurt by products. We handle wrongful death, product liability, car crashes, truck accidents, premises liability, and similar cases. We are experienced in dealing with insurance companies and defense attorneys.


Like most law firms with a personal injury practice, we represent clients on a “contingency fee basis.” This means that we get paid only if we get you paid. There is no cost to consult with us on a personal injury case, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us.


Unlike at least some personal injury firms, however, we are not a “mill” that aims to generate as many cases as they can and settle them as quickly possible. We use the same tailored, strategic approach that we use in our class actions for our personal injury clients. To do this, we are selective in the cases we take on, but, if we represent you, you can be assured that we will give you the high quality, aggressive representation we are known for.

Contact Biller & Kimble, LLC today for a free consultation.

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Cincinnati Office

8044 Montgomery Road

Suite 515

Cincinnati, Ohio 45236

     (513) 202-0710

Columbus Office

4200 Regent Street

Suite 200

Columbus, Ohio 43219

     (614) 604-8759

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