The Law Office of Milton S. Goff, III, represents people who have been injured due to the negligent or reckless actions of another and people who have been accused by another of criminal activity.
The stress of an injury, inability to pay your medical expenses, and worrying about how you will make your monthly payments are stresses that impede your ability to heal. Milton S. Goff, III has represented injured adults and children in civil court for injuries they sustained in several types of accidents. When you leave the legal matters to the Law Office of Milton S. Goff, III, you will be able to focus on your injuries and the necessary medical treatment needed to heal faster.
If you have been accused of a criminal act, you have certain rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and both the Kentucky and Ohio Constitutions. Mr. Goff, will defend you to ensure your Constitutional rights are protected. Remember, the States have attorneys working for them; you need one that will work for you.
The Law Office of Milton S. Goff, III is a general civil and criminal practice that represents clients in several areas of the law. Although the practice focuses on Personal Injury and Criminal Defense, there are several other areas of the law in which legal advice is given. Please visit the specific tabs on this web site for more detailed summaries of the areas of law the practice focuses upon.
If you are injured, accused of a criminal act, or are in need of legal advice, contact the Law Office of Milton S. Goff, III for a Free Consultation.
NO FEE unless we receive a recovery through settlement or a Plaintiff's verdict.
(COURT COSTS AND CASE EXPENSES WILL BE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CLIENT)
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