17 Years Experience: Complex Personal Injury & Class Action
The Lyon Firm is a complex personal injury and mass tort/class action firm located in Hyde Park Square in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Mr. Lyon has represented individuals from all fifty states and over 40 multi-district mass tort product liability litigations against the largest companies in the world. Many of the cases have been featured by the national and local news media for their importance in public health matters. The Firm has played various roles in these national matters working directly with and developing our client’s case-specific matters, as well as helping Plaintiffs’ leadership committees in aspects of Discovery and Trial.
Joe has also successfully represented Plaintiffs in individual/single-event cases and has helped recover many 6 and 7 figure results in a variety of cases: defective products, asbestos, industrial accidents, medical malpractice, medical device failures, and pharmaceutical litigation.
Driving 6,000 Miles to Know a Client.
Mr. Lyon regularly visits clients in their homes and the hospital, and he attends memorials and family celebrations to gain perspective on the lives of his clients. In one case, Mr. Lyon drove 6,000 miles during the course of the case for client meetings and investigative work. If it takes driving across the country twice to know our clients, then that is the effort we are willing to make to win.
Immediately, we take the appropriate steps to secure the critical evidence working with top tiered experts and labs to store evidence properly.
We often visit our clients homes to spend time with the client and their family to understand how the injury has impacted their life. In certain cases, the home is where the evidence lies –e..g, We have personally visited homes in the inner city of Cincinnati to document the dilapidated conditions to help children suffering brain injuries from lead poisoning.
Visiting Accident Scenes:
Understanding how accidents have occurred requires lawyers to get out of the office and into the field. We cannot learn what we need to know by staying behind the desk. As a matter of course, we visit the scene of the accident. This method has taken us into the hills of Appalachia to recover the remnants of a seat belt fragment, without which a case on behalf of a young girl who was paralyzed in the accident could not have proceeded with her case against General Motors.
Mr. Lyon was my attorney, and also my family attorney. He has always been great with everything we have brought to him. Highly recommended attorney. Staff was very nice as well, and very easy to work with.