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

Robert M. Robinson

Partner

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Phone: 614-221-3318
Email: brobinson@ageeclymer.com
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Bob is a partner and shareholder with ACML working primarily out of our Columbus office. With nearly 20 years of experience, Bob focuses his practice on workers compensation matters.  He also handles Ohio PERS and other employment and disability claims

Bob grew up in a blue-collar family in a suburb of Cleveland.  While growing up, he was raised by a single mom working as a waitress with five kids in the family.  Eventually, his mom obtained a nursing degree as an LPN, acting as an example for his two sisters that both became nurses as well.  Bob’s oldest brother still works at his first job at a Cleveland cable company, and his twin brother works in construction.  Learning that it was only through hard work that he would be successful, he graduated from Kent State University, with honors.  Bob knew that he wanted to be an attorney at an early age, and was accepted to the Ohio State University College of Law in 1993.  Upon Graduation from OSU, Bob began representing injured workers and disabled individuals in 1996.

Away from the office, Bob coaches youth football and loves all things Ohio State.

 

Admissions

  •  Admitted to practice law in 1996, before all state courts in Ohio

 

Membership Affiliates

  • American Association of Justice
  • Columbus Bar Association
  • Ohio State Bar Association

 

Board Positions

  • Bexley Youth Football Organization, Board member since 2009
  • Ohio Association of Justice Board member since 2011

 



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