Litigation & Insurance Defense
AV-Rated* Ohio Law Firm Provides Advice and Representation for Business Litigation, Insurance Defense, and Entertainers or Those in the Entertainment Industry
Are you seeking an experienced Ohio trial attorney to assist in developing a winning strategy to resolve your legal issues? Call 419-243-6148 (Toledo office) or 419-734-5516 (Port Clinton office) for assistance.
At Manahan, Pietrykowski, DeLaney & Wasielewski, we are trial lawyers. Through our offices in Toledo and Port Clinton, we represent clients in business and insurance disputes. Our clients range from large corporations to insurance companies, and from small, closely held businesses to recording artists. We are a full-service litigation firm that focuses on dispute resolution. Our practice includes the following:
Personal Injury Defense: Our personal injury defense lawyers defend individuals, businesses and insurance companies in civil litigation for alleged negligence, including car accidents, defamation, workplace injury and maritime claims.
Insurance Coverage Issues: Our insurance coverage attorneys handle issues that include insurance policy coverage issues such as a duty to defend and coverage denial, insurance defense (including allegations of bad faith), and policy exclusions, as well as subrogation claims.
Business Litigation: Our business litigation team handles all types of business disputes, including workers' compensation defense, breach of contract claims and employment disputes, as well as shareholder and partnership disputes, and intentional torts.
Products Liability Defense: Our products liability defense attorneys represent manufacturers and business owners being sued for defective products, including industrial products, agricultural products, vehicle parts and machinery.
Trucking and Transportation Defense: Our business and insurance defense lawyers represent businesses and individuals in the trucking and transportation industry in contract disputes, freight handling disputes and accident claim defense. This includes bus lines, common carriers and regional transit authorities.
Employment Defense: We defend employers against employment-related claims, including discrimination, harassment, regulatory agency actions, intentional torts and wrongful termination, as well as assist with employment contracts and severance agreements.
Professional Negligence Defense: Our trial attorneys provide an aggressive defense to professional malpractice and professional negligence claims. This includes lawyers, doctors, insurance agents, architects, engineers, designers, accountants, financial planners, real estate brokers and lenders.
Government Entity Defense: Our team of lawyers defends government entities (including municipalities, townships and agricultural societies) in civil rights suits, negligence claims, as well as handle issues involving zoning and land use, municipal construction and disciplinary actions.
Entertainment Law: Our law firm represents clients affiliated with the entertainment industry, with a focus on clients within the music industry. We represent clients in all matters from business formation to business termination, including contract negotiations and review, production agreements and copyright issues.
To schedule a confidential consultation to discuss how we can assist in resolving your legal matter, please call us at 419-243-6148 (Toledo office) or 419-734-5516 (Port Clinton office), or fill out our intake form.
Because Your Success Depends on Proper Strategy and Planning …
Manahan, Pietrykowski, DeLaney & Wasielewski - Since 1926
Ohio Breach of Contract Lawyers
Toledo Insurance Defense Attorneys
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