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The Law Office of Wright & Associates, LLC - Columbus, OH

175 South Third StreetSuite 200 Columbus, OH 43215

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Updated: 08/28/2022

Columbus Litigation Law Firm


Ben Wright began his legal career working for a well-respected insurance defense firm. In 2014, Ben founded his own firm committed to using his insider’s knowledge to ensure that insurance companies, homebuilders, banks, and contractors live up their word. Since then, the Firm has continued to grow, served hundreds of clients, and has achieved several accomplishments, including:

  • Earning millions of dollars for our clients...

About The Law Office of Wright & Associates, LLC

Frequent Case Types

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Practice Areas

  • Litigation


  • Purple Heart Medal
  • Bronze Star Medal
  • Combat Infantryman Badge
  • Bronze Combat Device for Parachutist Badge
  • Pathfinder Badge
  • Infantry Officers' Advanced Course, Commandant's List
  • Expert Infantryman Badge
  • Army Commendation Medals
  • Ranger Tab
  • Columbus CEO Top Lawyers
  • Avvo Client's Choice
  • Avvo Rating Superb
  • Million Dollar Advocates Forum
  • AV Preeminent
  • Professional Engineer Intern License

Published Works

  • The Potential Repercussions of Denying Disabled Veterans the Freedom to Hire an Attorney, 19 FED. CIR. B. J. 433 (March 2010) (also published in 6 NAT’L. ACAD. ELDER L. ATTYS. J. 203 (Fall 2010) and 4 NAT’L. ACAD. ELDER L. ATTYS. STUDENT J. 1 (December 2009))
  • Veterans and Servicemembers Court Treatment Act, 730 ILL. COMP. STAT. 167 (2010)
  • Putting the Identity Back Into Identity Theft: A Proposal for a More Complete State Solution to Non-Financial Identity Theft, 4 PRIV. & DATA SEC. L.J. 611 (July 2009)

Classes and Seminars

  • Insurance Coverage for Intentional and Unlawful Acts, OACTA

Representative Cases

  • Johnson v. Sowers, Franklin County Ct. Com. Pleas, Case No. 12CV14577 (defended disputed negligence automobile accident case, unanimous defense verdict)
  • McQueen v. Perry, 2012 WL 5986662 (Ohio Ct. App., 10th Dist., Nov. 29, 2012) (represented Appellee in a case where a jaywalking pedestrian struck a truck, oral argument)
  • Easton Communities v. Slate Rock v. L&W Construction et al., Franklin County Ct. Com. Pleas, Case No. 09CV1462 (defended sub-contractor in construction litigation, settled at mediation)
  • Foor v. The City of Cleveland, N.D. Ohio, Case No. 1-12-CV-01754 (prosecuted class action for unlawfully collected traffic fines)
  • 2020 Brand v. Impulse Wear, LLC et al, Franklin County Ct. Com. Pleas, Case No. 10CV1590 (assisted in the prosecution of a corporate breach of contract matter, settled)
  • C&F Realty v. Nott, Franklin County Ct. Com. Pleas, Case No. 12CV1800 (prosecuted counterclaim against landlord who wrongfully evicted tenant, settled before trial)
  • Ferrell v. Nixon, Hocking County Ct. Com. Pleas, Case No. 10CV210 (prosecuted uninsured motorist coverage case, settled)
  • Schlosser, et al. v. Ackermann, Franklin County Ct. Com. Pleas, Case No. 12CV13871 (prosecuted neighbor dispute that resulted in an amputated finger, settled)
  • Wilbur v. Saba, Franklin County Ct. Com. Pleas, Case No. 13CV5695 (prosecuted automobile accident against foreign uninsured motorist, settled with some defendants, dismissal without prejudice as to other defendants)
  • McKee v. Thorton, Franklin County Ct. Com. Pleas, Case No. 13CV9638 (prosecuted Consumer Sales Practices Act action against a fire restoration company, settled)


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Office Information


175 South Third StreetSuite 200 Columbus, OH 43215

Office Hours

9 AM to 5 PM


  • 614-522-6208

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