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Best Personal Injury Attorneys in Ohio

Lawyer Legion created this list of the top picks in 2024 for the best personal injury attorneys in Ohio. To rank the top personal injury attorneys, and other lawyers in Ohio, we used both objective and subjective criteria.

The top personal injury attorneys were selected based on their career accomplishments, success in high-profile cases, professional involvement, community leadership, and board certifications.

This list represents some of the most highly accomplished personal injury lawyers currently practicing in Ohio. When reviewing this list, please be aware of each of the following:

  • Lawyers cannot pay to be included in this list.
  • Only lawyers who are active on Lawyer Legion were selected.
  • No online directory can accurately determine a statewide list of attorneys who are actually “the best” at practicing personal injury law (but our list comes close).
John Americus Lancione
Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Lawyer
Rocky River, OH
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Rhonda Gail Davis
Personal Injury Lawyer
Akron, OH
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William John Davis
Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyer
East Liverpool, OH
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Jim Slater
Personal Injury Lawyer
Akron, OH
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Robert A. Klingler
Personal Injury and Civil Trial Lawyer
Cincinnati, OH
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Jeremy Michael Burnside
Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Lawyer
Portsmouth, OH
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Michael Becker
Personal Injury Lawyer
Cleveland, OH
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John Manuel Gonzales
Personal Injury Lawyer
Columbus, OH
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Michael Lee Inscore
Personal Injury Lawyer
Mansfield, OH
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Michelle Mendelsberg Teran
Personal Injury Lawyer
Cincinnati, OH
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Personal Injury Bar Associations and Legal Organizations

Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ) - The OAJ is a nonprofit professional association of attorneys who represent plaintiffs in personal injury and other civil cases throughout Ohio. The organization provides networking opportunities and educational resources to its members including Continuing Legal Education (CLE) events. The Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ) advocates for fair access to the civil justice system in Ohio and the Constitutional right to a civil jury trial.

Specialty Certifications in Personal Injury

Civil Trial Law - The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) offers board certification in Civil Trial Law, covering non-criminal litigation like personal injury and insurance claims. To qualify, an attorney must demonstrate substantial trial involvement, serving as lead counsel in numerous jury cases and participating in over 100 contested testimonial matters, including hearings and depositions. The focus is on actual trial experience and pre-trial dispute handling in various substantive law areas, before both courts and arbitrators.
Truck Accident Law - The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) offers a Truck Accident Law specialty certification program to help consumers identify qualified truck accident attorneys through verifiable credentials. This board certification acknowledges the intricate nature of truck accident litigation, emphasizing its distinct complexities. To achieve this certification, an attorney must dedicate a significant portion of their practice to trucking litigation, have hands-on experience in various truck accident cases, and pass a rigorous written exam.
Medical Professional Liability - Attorneys seeking Board Certification in Medical Professional Liability from the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys (ABPLA) must meet specific criteria. They must pass the ABPLA's written examination and complete at least 36 hours of continuing legal education (CLE) in the specialty within the past three years or meet their State Bar's CLE requirements, whichever is greater. They are also required to provide 10 references, which should include either 5 judges or 5 attorneys practicing in medical malpractice law.

Ohio Government and Court Resources

Ohio Attorney General

Ohio Attorney General - The Ohio Attorney General, elected by the people, is the state's chief legal officer and oversees the Ohio Attorney General's Office. This office is responsible for providing legal counsel to state agencies and officials, representing Ohio in legal matters, and enforcing state laws. The Attorney General plays a central role in prosecuting and defending legal actions on behalf of the state, issuing legal opinions, and addressing a diverse array of legal issues, including consumer protection, public safety, and environmental concerns.

Ohio Judicial System

Ohio Judicial System - Established upon Ohio's statehood in 1803, The Ohio Judicial System's duties include interpreting and applying the law, adjudicating civil and criminal cases, safeguarding individual rights, ensuring due process, and overseeing family law matters like divorce and child custody. Ohio's judiciary has a rich historical legacy, having been a battleground for important legal issues. Today, it continues to address many legal challenges, reflecting the state's diverse population and industrial heritage

Ohio Legislature

Ohio Legislature - The Ohio Legislature, also known as the Ohio General Assembly, operates as a bicameral body, consisting of the Ohio Senate and the Ohio House of Representatives. The Senate comprises 33 members serving four-year terms, while the House consists of 99 members serving two-year terms. The Legislature is responsible for proposing, debating, and passing laws that govern the state. Its duties include formulating the state budget, levying taxes, and addressing various policy issues such as education, healthcare, and public safety.

Supreme Court of Ohio

Supreme Court of Ohio - The Supreme Court of Ohio serves as the state's highest judicial authority, responsible for interpreting and administering the law. Its primary function involves reviewing appeals from lower courts to ensure the accurate interpretation and application of state laws and the constitution. The court handles various cases, including civil, criminal, and constitutional matters, establishing legal precedents that guide lower courts and legal practitioners statewide. Additionally, the Supreme Court of Ohio oversees the regulation of attorneys, managing attorney admissions, setting ethical standards, and ensuring the professionalism and ethical conduct of lawyers throughout Ohio.

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