Prior to forming Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Schultz, Doug worked as a bodily injury claims... more
Prior to forming Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Schultz, Doug worked as a bodily injury claims adjuster for a large insurance company. This unique experience has been a tremendous asset to Doug in his fight to achieve maximum cash settlements for his clients in minimum time. Since departing from the insurance company, Doug has dedicated his entire legal career to helping injured clients when they need i... view profile
Before Mike formed Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Schultz, he practiced for many years as a... more
Before Mike formed Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Schultz, he practiced for many years as a personal injury attorney in Dayton, Ohio. Mikes incredible passion for helping injured clients created the cornerstone on which Dyer, Garofalo, Mann Schultz was built. Throughout Mikes entire legal career his sole focus has been on creating the best possible legal experience for each and every client. Because of... view profile
My life's legal work has involved the representation of injured persons and the... more
My life's legal work has involved the representation of injured persons and the families of deceased vicitms in cases involving negligence and defective products. I thoroughly investigate all cases and pursue them with determination and perseverancethrough all stages of the litigation process. I represented, pro bono, the family of a victim of the 9/11 tragedy.
Attorney John A. Smalleyjoined Dyer Garofalo as a partner in 1995. Before that time,... more
Attorney John A. Smalleyjoined Dyer Garofalo as a partner in 1995. Before that time,he was a partner in another Dayton, Ohio law firm doing insurance defense work. Over the past twenty five years,Attorney Smalley has hada tremendous amount of jury trial experience. He has tried over 400 jury trials in Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, Missouri, Texas and South Dakota.He has tried cases... view profile
Ken joined DGMS as a Partner in the Litigation Department in 1999. Previously, Ken... more
Ken joined DGMS as a Partner in the Litigation Department in 1999. Previously, Ken practiced civil litigation in the area of insurance defense for several years. Ken is part of the litigation team, where he fights for the rights of injured clients. Ken was admitted the Ohio Bar in 1991, and the Pennsylvania Bar in 1992, Ohio and U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern District of Ohio. ... view profile
Matthew is an active community partner through memberships on a number of local non-... more
Matthew is an active community partner through memberships on a number of local non-profit boards. Matthew currently serves as Chair of the Board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Miami Valley.
Before the founding of DGMS, Carmine worked for 17 years as an insurance defense... more
Before the founding of DGMS, Carmine worked for 17 years as an insurance defense attorney. His extensive litigation experience in the personal injury field is invaluable to clients. Carmine was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1974 and U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio; 1986, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit; 1990, U.S. Supreme Court. Carmine is a member of several prestigio... view profile
Matthew worked for DGMS Negotiation Department for two years before joining the... more
Matthew worked for DGMS Negotiation Department for two years before joining the Litigation Department. Dedicated to helping his clients fight for their rights, he was named Partner in 2004. Matthew was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1998. Matthew is a member of several prestigious law associations throughout the United States. These include the Ohio State Bar Association, Ohio Academy of T... view profile
Trinity joined the DGMS negotiation department in 2010 after graduating from the... more
Trinity joined the DGMS negotiation department in 2010 after graduating from the University of Dayton School of Law. Prior to joining DGMS, Trinity worked as a law clerk in the firms legal reading and writing division and as an extern for the Honorable Walter H. Rice of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. Trinity obtained a bachelors and masters degree, cum laude... view profile
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