Since he began practicing law with a Dayton firm in 1978, Craig Matthews has helped... more
Since he began practicing law with a Dayton firm in 1978, Craig Matthews has helped individuals and businesses avoid problems with careful planning and resolved disputes with effective negotiation based upon thorough preparation. Clients can expect confident, professional and rigorous advocacy. Mr. Matthews has received theHighest Possible Peer Review Rating AV Preeminent. An advocate and p... view profile
I am an OSBA Board Certified Specialist in the Field of Family Relations Law & I... more
I am an OSBA Board Certified Specialist in the Field of Family Relations Law & I have received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubble, the highest rating available. I offer Big Law credentials with small firm attention. I devote my professional life to divorce, custody, fathers' rights, domestic violence and all other issues relating to families and children in Ohio. My practice and philosophy... view profile
Attorney Tony Comunale is an experienced trial attorney and advocate. He holds... more
Attorney Tony Comunale is an experienced trial attorney and advocate. He holds degrees from Boston University (B.A.) and the University of Dayton (J.D.). Mr. Comunale has an extremely successful trial record representing clients in areas from family law, criminal defense, small business litigation and personal injury. He and his staff are dedicated to personal and responsive service in resolvin... view profile
Practicing in workers' comp for 24 years, my experience brings a unique perspective... more
Practicing in workers' comp for 24 years, my experience brings a unique perspective to your case as I have represented the BWC, employers and workers at all levels of appeal and the administrative process. Call for a consultation.
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