Clyde, Ohio Lawyers
Victor Kademenos is an experienced, compassionate Ohio personal injury lawyer. He has represented people who have been injured in car accidents, truck accidents, and other types of personal injury matters throughout the State of Ohio. He is also a certified Ohio workers' compensation specialist, recognized for his legal knowledge in this area.
In addition to my law degree from Ohio State, I hold an M.B.A. from the Case Western Reserve University, Weatherhead School of Management and an Masters in Education from Ashland University. I have a certificate in dispute resolution and intimately understand the need for looking at issue from many directions. I am active with the Ohio Association for Justice Trucking Safety Committee, American Association for Justice , Public Justice, and the Education Law Association. Far too often people believe that attorneys are for someone else. I know that no one ever wants to be in a...
Adrienne Hines is a skilled Ohio workers' compensation attorney. In addition to workers' compensation, she represents clients for consumer bankruptcy filings and Social Security Disability claims. Adrienne has nearly 20 years of experience helping people who have been injured or impacted by outside circumstances.
Troy Wisehart is an aggressive, dedicated Ohio criminal defense attorney. Over the years, he has represented clients on high-profile felony cases including murder charges, rape allegations, and drug trafficking. He works to protect his clients' constitutional rights and mount a strong defense to ensure the best possible outcome.
Attorney Ron Nisch has been providing legal services in Northwest Ohio for over 25 years, in family and juvenile law, consumer law, foreclosure, landlord-tenant, and other areas. In the past, Ron was with Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, was the chairperson of the Ottawa County Domestic Violence Task Force, and was a non-profit director.
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Amanda graduated from Bowling Green State University with a bachelors in Criminal Justice and a masters in Special Education from Cleveland State University. After graduating from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, Amanda passed both the Ohio and Michigan bar exams, and was admitted to practice law in both states. While attending law school, Amanda was a quarterfinalist in the renowned G. Mennon Williams Moot Court Competition and a member of the American Inns of Courts Program. While in law school, Amanda clerked for Wayne County Circuit Court Family Judge Richard B. Halloran. Amanda then went...