Thomas Gelwicks – ranked in the top 9% of lawyers in the United States
by the prestigious 140 year old rating directory,
Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
‘TAKE FATE BY THE THROAT’
- Injury law adviser for national and local media – including television and radio programs, Chicago Tribune, Cincinnati Enquirer.
- Spoken on injury law, by invitation, to the Ohio House of Representatives.
- Lectured at attorney seminars and legal programs.
- Argued cases before the Supreme Court of Ohio and the Ohio appellate courts.
- Won the Stanton v. Nationwide Insurance case in the Ohio Supreme Court, announced by USA Lawyers Weekly as a landmark case of national significance in vehicle collision law.
- Author, Ohio Evidentiary Requirements and Comparative Negligence Theory.
- Author, Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists Coverage Issues.
- Author, Arbitration and Mediation Techniques.
- Instructor of Law, Beckfield College.
- Represented injury and accident clients exclusively for over 30 years.
It is by practicing law according to deaf composer Beethoven’s “Take fate by the throat” admonition, that wrongs can get righted. Once freed from the victim position, lives get put back together.
Published by Tom Gelwicks.
Evidence Presentation and Lawyer Credibility
A common failure of inexperienced Cincinnati car accident lawyers is exaggerating the evidence. It is generally true that “facts can’t speak for themselves.” At the same time, they don’t stretch [read more]
Service Issues – Filing Suit in Light of the Requirement for “Perfection”
The Ohio Supreme Court decision of Gliozzo v. University Urologists of Cleveland (2007), 114 Ohio St. 3d 141 has put a treacherous spin on the always-tricky matter of perfecting service. [read more]