- Admiralty and Maritime Law
- Class Actions
- Commercial Law
- Commercial Lending and Workouts
- Commercial Litigation
- Commercial Real Estate
- Construction Law
- Contract Disputes
- Criminal Defense
- Domestic Relations
- Elder Law And Medicaid Planning
- Employment Law
- Environmental Law
- Estate Planning, Wills, and Trusts
- Franchise Law
- Government Contracts
- Insurance Coverage
- Insurance Litigation
- Long Term Care/ Nursing Home Defense
- Medical Malpractice
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Municipal And Government Law
- Personal Injury
- Premises Liability
- Private and Family-Owned Businesses
- Private Dispute Resolution
- Probate, Estate, and Trust Administration
- Product Liability
- Professional Liability
- Residential Real Estate
- Transportation Law
- Worker’s Compensation
Subrogation is an essential legal tool that protects the financial interests of insurers. Our attorneys have worked on behalf of insurance companies to aggressively pursue a maximized recovery in a multitude of fact patterns. We have sought and obtained judgments and settlements in matters in Ohio and Kentucky, receiving either lump sum payments or secured payment plans.
In these cases, our attorneys protect client interests through the early identification of the legal and factual issues, the proper preservation of critical evidence, the retention of properly qualified experts, and where possible, soliciting early involvement from responsible third parties. Our attorneys use their extensive experience to identify and retain the most knowledgeable and credible experts in the fields appropriate to the client’s claim.
Mike’s practice is focused on civil litigation. He has extensive experience representing clients in state and federal trial and appellate courts including: • Product liability actions defending manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, and retailers • Trucking and transportation matters involving personal injury, wrongful death, and carriage of freight; • Commercial and corporation litigation including breach of contract, unfair competition, shareholder disputes and buy-outs; • Professional negligence litigation (accountant negligence, medical and health care negligence, wrongful death suits, and professional licensing board matters); • Defending self-insured companies, insurance companies and their insureds against liability and coverage claims • Personal injury and wrongful death litigation; • Construction litigation; and • Probate litigation (will contests, trust-related disputes and declaratory judgment litigation).
Steve’s practice focuses on business law and the defense of professional liability claims. These practice areas include corporate law, commercial and malpractice litigation. He regularly handles negotiations, acquisitions and leasing of commercial properties.
Named the 2013 Best Lawyers in America “Lawyer of the Year” for Insurance Law in Cincinnati, John’s practice focuses on litigation, with an emphasis on insurance coverage matters. He practices in state and federal courts in Ohio and Kentucky. John also litigates professional liability, aviation liability, wrongful death claims and serious personal injury claims. John is also general counsel for the Western Water Company.
Jon is the team leader for the insurance and general litigation group. His practice focuses on litigation, which encompasses matters involving serious personal injury and wrongful death claims, product liability, fire losses, mold claims, toxic torts, and class actions. Jon prides himself in advancing cases quickly toward an early evaluation and resolution, whether by negotiation, motion or trial.
Tony’s practice focuses on Commercial Litigation and Business Law. His diverse practice includes complex litigation and class action experience, substantial appellate practice, commercial real estate, bankruptcy, workouts and reorganizations, banking and business organizations as well as contested probate practice. He represents a wide variety of businesses from transportation and logistics companies, to manufacturers, banks, agricultural lenders, farmers, real estate management firms and drug companies.