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A Look Back At 2017/A Look forward Into 2018

We want to wish all of our friends a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year! 2017 was a great year for us and we wish everyone all the best in the coming year! We are fortunate to love what we do and look forward to continuing to help our clients with their cases in 2018! We have a great staff consisting of Rebecca (paralegal), Renee (paralegal), Scott (paralegal), Kathryn, (paralegal), Desiree (assistant), Jerlean (receptionist), and Elizabeth (legal intern). They are hard workers, dedicated to helping our clients. We enjoy working with them and are thankful for their commitment to our clients.

Our work is very important to us. We meet people at the lowest moments of their lives. Delayed diagnosis of Cancer, injured in an accident caused by an uninsured driver, or even worse, the tragic loss of a loved one from a vehicle accident or medical negligence mishap. No matter the situation, we take pride in helping clients get the answers and compensation they deserve.

In 2017, we provided excellent service and compassionate case management to many clients. Below is a list of highlights from 2017 and a glimpse of cases we are working on in 2018.


2017 Case Highlights

  • Lawsuit filed on March 16, 2017 against Wood County, Ohio for civil rights and wrongful death actions for failure to provide
    adequate medical care to Chad Martin, who died while he was incarcerated at the Wood County Justice Center.
  • Lawsuit filed on April 25, 2017 against Wendy’s Restaurant LLC on behalf of client from an incident stemming from French fries she ordered from a Wendy’s fast food restaurant in Huber Heights, laced with marijuana. See Full Story
  • Lawsuit filed on May 5, 2017 against Dayton Public Schools for a stabbing incident involving a student, whereby  Dayton Public School failed to provide proper security to minor students attending World of Wonder, especially, during recess by not having proper fencing around the playground at issue and failing to enact proper and appropriate security protocol to adequately protect students during recess activities. See full Story
  • Lawsuit filed on May 5, 2017 against the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, on behalf of the family of Dontae Martin, who was shot and killed by deputies on July 23, 2015. See full Story
  • Lawsuit filed on June 6, 2017 in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court on behalf of a group of people who survived the Cameo Night Club shooting. Cameo Night Club failed to have proper security plan in place, partly because patrons who paid more to use an express entrance in the front or a “clandestine” entrance in the back were not patted down. See Full Story
  • Lawsuit filed on July 18, 2017 against Muy Hamburger Partners LLC on behalf of client who was severely injured when she sat on a toilet which was not secured to the toilet base, causing the toilet seat and client to fall onto the floor.
  • Lawsuit filed on October 2, 2017 in the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, against Liquid Sports Club. The club had prior violent incidents and issues with crime. Due to this, the club’s owner, should have known or been aware of the security risks to plaintiff, other patrons and his business, the complaint said. Additionally, Liquid’s owners were “aware and complicit in the creation of security risks to their business and patrons.” See Full Story
  • Attorney Robert  Gresham was able to secure a Plaintiff’s verdict in a Montgomery County premises liability case, for a client who fell through a large, unsafe, hole, in the floor of a homeowners house. The settlement will pay our client’s outstanding medical bills and compensate her for the severe injuries she sustained.
  • Lawsuit filed on December 19, 2017 on behalf of the family of Melissa and Schon Hudson, both 34, and Emerie, 3, all of Camden, who were killed in a multi-vehicle accident Tuesday, Sept. 12 on U.S. 127 at state Route 725 in Camden, Preble County, involving a Smith’s Dairy truck. See Full Story.


  • JOHN CRAWFORD Case Update. Read More
  • KING BROWN, Death of a 15-month-old who died several days after he was found unresponsive while in the care of a home health worker. Read More
  • KALIP GRIMM, Miamisburg High School graduate killed in a wrong way crash Monday night on I-675 in Centerville.  Read. More
  • DARKE COUNTY FAIR INCIDENT, Personal injury incident associated with the transport shuttle at the Darke County Fair. Read More
  • OHIO STATE FAIR INCIDENT, Rider injured at Fair. Read More
  • SKYLAR LUDINGTON, Anna High School senior who was killed in a hit-and-run accident. Read More



  • MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASES- Victims of birth injuries, surgical mistakes, misdiagnosis of stroke or cancer, and all other cases of medical malpractice are often eligible to recover compensation for medical bills and other damages.
  • WRONGFUL DEATH CASES- When a fatality is caused by a negligent accident, defective product, medical malpractice or other wrongful act, it is considered a wrongful death. In Ohio, the families of wrongful death victims have a right to seek compensation for their economic and emotional losses by filing a wrongful death lawsuit.
  • CAR/TRUCK ACCIDENT CASES – Many of our clients are injured in auto/truck accidents. We can assist injured workers who are injured as a result of these type accidents. We represent injured clients in their claims against other drivers who have caused these type accidents.
  • PREMISES LIABILITY CASES- Premises liability law covers injuries suffered or damage sustained on a property due to an owner’s negligence in removing or marking physical dangers. Hazardous conditions created by an owner’s failure to maintain safety may result in serious injury or even death.
  • DRAM SHOP AND LIQUOR LIABILITY CASES – There are laws in Ohio, known as the Ohio Dram Shop Act, written to protect those injured or harmed as the result of bars, restaurants and other alcohol providers over-serving patrons. If someone is injured due to a drunk driver, injured in a bar fight and other way involving alcohol, contact us to discuss your rights.
  • NURSING HOME CASES – Society is getting older. More family members and friends are spending their later years in nursing homes or in assisted living. Unfortunately, some patients do not receive proper care and attention resulting in neglect and injury to members of society who are vulnerable. If you or a loved one have been harmed while living in a nurse home or assisted living facility, please contact us.