At Robert J. Dodd Jr., Co., L.P.A., we understand the challenges you face when dealing with a workplace injury, a disabling condition that may qualify for SSDI benefits or a personal injury accident. It can be difficult to know where to turn and who can help.
Our attorneys and staff have provided the knowledgeable guidance necessary for our clients in Ohio for decades. We can help you determine if you have a valid claim and take the steps needed to obtain compensation.
Maureen Elizabeth Dodd was born in Columbus, Ohio. She admitted to bar in 1996 in Ohio and also admitted to practice before U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio. Her preparatory education was at Clemson University (B.S., 1989) legal education and Capital University Law School (J.D., 1996), and she is also board-certified specialist in workers’ compensation law.
Elizabeth C. Leffel
Attorney Elizabeth C. Leffel has more than 30 years of experience representing individuals dealing with personal injury law and disability law matters. She also has substantial experience with the complex issues surrounding Social Security Disability claims, including bringing thousands of these cases to hearings.
Following his graduation from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and his admission to the Ohio bar in 1965, Robert J. Dodd, Jr. worked as an Ohio assistant attorney general in the workers’ compensation section representing the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and Industrial Commission of Ohio in the Common Pleas Courts in the trials of contested cases as well as appearing before the various Courts of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Ohio in cases contested before those courts.
Upon leaving the office of the attorney general of Ohio in 1970, Mr. Dodd joined Walter J. Howdyshell in forming the law firm partnership of Howdyshell & Dodd in New Lexington, Ohio, which engaged in the general practice of law with Mr. Dodd’s primary practice directed toward representing injured workers in workers’ compensation cases and Social Security Disability benefits claims.Satellite offices were opened shortly thereafter in Zanesville and Marietta, Ohio, with representation restricted to workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability applicants.
The law firm of Howdyshell & Dodd was dissolved in 1983 and Robert J. Dodd Jr., Co., L.P.A., was incorporated.A satellite office was opened in Athens, Ohio.The firm focuses its practice on the representation of injured workers before the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation cases, applicants for disability benefits before the Social Security Administration, OPERS, STRS, SERS, and claimants in personal injury and medical negligence actions.
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With free consultations, it costs you nothing to contact us to learn if you have a case. Call 740-342-7324 to reach one of our offices in Marietta, Athens, New Lexington, or Zanesville or tell us about your injuries online and our lawyers will contact you as soon as possible.