Attorney Donald Gallick holds a B.A. and M.A. in history, which serves has the basis... more
Attorney Donald Gallick holds a B.A. and M.A. in history, which serves has the basis for his abilities to research the facts of a client's case -- by looking for evidence in places other attorneys might not look. Donald also earned a Master's certificate in the philosophy of bioethics, and is one reason why he frequents conducts investigations of health care fraud and medical litigation. ... view profile
I worked in several different fields before coming to the law. I worked in... more
I worked in several different fields before coming to the law. I worked in construction finishing cement and building houses. I worked in restaurants as a dishwasher, a cook, and a server. I owned my own house painting business. I taught English in Colombia, South America. I served two terms on the Akron City Council. And, I managed many political campaigns. I decided to go to law school... view profile
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