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I hired Elliott to set up a trust for my mother who is in a nursing home. I did so upon the recommendation of my... more
Cincinnati  Elliott Lee Stapleton

Elliott Stapleton

Cincinnati, OH Estate Planning
Avvo rating 9.5
Mr Mayer Assisted me on a case that I was facing non-judicial punishment -GOMOR for something SHA I did not do. I knew... more
Cincinnati  Eric Lynn Mayer

Eric Mayer

Kansas Military Law
Avvo rating 9.4
I went to Harold Jarnicki to help me with foreclosure and bankruptcy. I am so thankful that I went to Mr. Jarnicki, as... more
Cincinnati  Harold Jarnicki

Harold Jarnicki

Lebanon, OH Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.6
I knew from the start my case was going to be long and that my life was forever changed. It turned out that I would... more
Cincinnati  Carin Ann O'Donnell

Carin O'Donnell

Yardley, PA Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.7
After my DUI arrest, I mistakenly hired an attorney that wasn't even pretending to be working for me. So I fired her.... more
Cincinnati  Basil David Beck III

Basil Beck

Norristown, PA DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
God led me to Mitch and he told me I would see my son. He told me to lie and everything would be great. I believed him.... more
Cincinnati  Mitchell David Moskovitz

Mitchell Moskovitz

Memphis, TN Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 6.7
David Oberg took over our case after our first attorney retired. He quickly got up to speed on our case and suggested a... more
Cincinnati  David Dean Franklin Oberg

David Oberg

Charlottesville, VA Litigation
Avvo rating 7.7
The minute I spoke to Jay on the phone, I knew I was in capable and knowledgeable hands. He provided instant... more
Cincinnati  Jay I. Simon

Jay Simon

Brooklyn, NY Bankruptcy / Chapter 7
Avvo rating 6.7


practicing lawyers in Cincinnati

Cincinnati was home to the world's first professional baseball team, the Cincinnati Red Stockings. The Cincinnati Red Stockings completed their first season in 1869 without losing a single game out of over 50 played -- an achievement that has never been matched.

Their first loss in their 93rd game caused many in Cincinnati to be heartbroken, and eventually led the team to move to Boston. However, the early contributions of the Red Stockings can be credited with putting baseball on the map as a major competitive sport in the United States.