Top Columbus Medical Malpractice Lawyers - Ohio

A Well-Known Law Firm With a Solid Reputation Michigan Lawyers Weekly included us on their list of the top 10 attorneys. Detroit News called our founding attorney, Brian McKeen, the state's most-winning medical malpractice lawyer. Mr. McKeen has also been listed by Super Lawyers magazine, and is a member of the Inner Circle of Advocates, an invitation-only group of trial lawyers, limited to 100...

At Leeseberg & Valentine, we bring over 70 years of collective legal experience to our clients. Our two founding partners, Gerry Leeseberg and Anne Valentine, are each certified in trial advocacy by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Our experienced and renowned medical malpractice and personal injury attorneys take on the largest insurance companies and medical care providers regularly on...

6 Offices • Serving Clients Statewide As one of the oldest personal injury firms in central Ohio, the personal injury attorneys at The Donahey Law Firm have been fighting for equal justice for injured people for over three decades. When our founding partner Dick Donahey created The Donahey Law Firm , few law firms specialized exclusively in the rights and claims for injured individuals. Many...

Catastrophic accidents can happen at any moment. The pain and suffering that follow can affect an entire family. Struggling with your pain, supporting your family and negotiating with insurance companies are more than anyone should have to handle. Two brothers noticed that the hardworking people of Ohio did not have the support they needed when they suffered a serious injury. A law firm with the...

Attorney Michael F. Becker founded our Cleveland law office, The Becker Law Firm, L.P.A., in order to protect the rights of victims of negligence living throughout northern Ohio. Today, our law firm has a reputation as one of the region's leading personal injury firms, and Cleveland residents know to turn to us for representation as they pursue personal injury and wrongful death compensation in...

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