WORKERS' COMPENSATION - SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY - MEDICAL MALPRACTICE - PERSONAL INJURY - PERS

Mark Heinzerling

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Phone: 614-221-3318
Email: mheinzerling@ageeclymer.com
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Mark is a lifelong resident of Ohio and attended Ohio University for his undergraduate degree. Mark then went onto Capital Law School here in Columbus obtaining his law degree. Mark has been practicing law since 1996 after passing the bar. While in law school he began clerking for Attorney Dean G. Reinhard, filing BWC claims and working in the law school clinic representing Social Security Disability clients. It was here that Mark began to see the very real problems injured workers face while the system refuses to assist them. Ever since he has devoted his career to helping injured workers and veterans fight for and obtain the benefits they deserve. He limits his practice to helping people with:

 

Admissions      

  • The Ohio State University
  • Capital University

Membership Affiliates

  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Columbus Bar Association

 

 



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