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A law firm with Midwest values and...

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a strong work ethic

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Midwest Strong.

‘Midwest Strong’ Is More Than a Catchphrase for Us

It is the strong work ethic Mazanec, Raskin & Ryder has weaved through the cases we have brought to a successful conclusion. It is the strong character of our 30+ attorneys who stand up for every client we service: insurance companies, high-profile professionals, businesses, and public entities.

And as trusted counsellors and attorneys at law, our strength in guidance ensures that we will always make every effort to provide sound advice and counsel to each and every client, guiding them successfully through the legal matter that brought us together.

We’re Not Just Experienced Lawyers...

We’re also former insurance claims professionals who have walked in your shoes. We know what it’s like to manage high-dollar claims. We also know how critical it is to resolve cases quickly, fairly and without unnecessary expenses.

But insurance is not all we do; with our firm’s 35-year history, we have added lawyers with backgrounds in various business law disciplines. Today, with offices in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio and in Lexington, Kentucky, we deliver legal services in 18 core practice groups.

Whether we are called on to settle insurance disputes, provide counsel on complex business transactions, or try cases at the state, federal and appellate levels, our focus remains the same: achieve the best possible outcome for you – every time, always.

Attorney Spotlight

October 2016 – MRR is proud to announce that partner Casey C. Stansbury is the newly appointed chair of the Defense Research Institute’s (DRI) Governmental Liability Committee.  Founded more than 50 years ago, DRI is the nation’s leading organization of defense attorneys and in-house counsel. In addition to the Governmental Liability Committee, the group includes 29 substantive committees that focus on the development of the defense bar in a number of practice areas by enhancing their skills, effectiveness, and professionalism while improving the civil justice system.

To read more about Casey and his many accomplishments, please click HERE.

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MRR Speaker’s Corner

Doug Holthus (Administrative Partner – Columbus) presents “How to Use Exclusions, Ambiguous Terms and Conditions as Evidence” on December 8, 2016, as a part of the National Business Institute’s program on Insurance Coverage Litigation: Secrets Insurance Companies Don’t Want Attorneys to Know. The seminar is being held at the Holiday Inn – Rockside in Independence, Ohio. To register, or for additional information, visit NBI’s website.


Theresa CombsMRR School Law Seminar: “Student Records Confidentiality & Open Records Law”

December 8, 2016 at Embassy Suites, Lexington, Kentucky.

When records requests involve both student records and other school district records, the intersection of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and the Kentucky Open Records law can cause confusion for even the most experienced educational professionals. Since there can be financial penalties for a failure to comply with these laws, confusion is not an option.  Join our Kentucky School Law Attorneys, Teresa Combs, Christina Vessels and Tia J. Combs for a detailed look at these laws and how they apply to you. For more information, contact Jolene Shearer at jshearer@mrrlaw.com.



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