Mr. Zimmerman was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1997 at which time he began as an associate with the firm. Beginning in 2004, Todd was named a shareholder. His practice is primarily... more
Mr. Zimmerman was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1997 at which time he began as an associate with the firm. Beginning in 2004, Todd was named a shareholder. His practice is primarily focused on both civil litigation and insurance defense, including extensive experience handling first and third-party liability, coverage disputes and SIU claims such as arson and fraud. He has tried numerous jury and... view profile
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