Catharin R. Taylor
Catharin R. Taylor graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Business in 1989 with a degree in finance and continued on to the University of Cincinnati College of Law. There she was active in the Moot Court program, winning the 1990 Anderson Moot Court Competition. She graduated in 1992 with a Juris Doctorate degree and began practicing with a large firm in Canton, Ohio where she primarily represented insurance companies in auto accident cases. In 1993, she decided she would rather represent those injured at work and in accidents and began practicing with Clements, Taylor & Cohen, L.P.A., Co.. She became a partner in Clements, Taylor & Cohen, L.P.A., Co. in 2001.
Ms. Taylor has tried many workers compensation and personal injury cases, including Cole v. Complete Auto Transit, which affirms an injured worker’s right to appeal the termination of workers compensation benefits to the Courts of Common Pleas, and has argued cases in several Ohio Courts of Appeal. In 1999, she was certified as a specialist in Ohio Workers Compensation law by the Ohio State Bar Association. She continues to practice in the areas of social security, intentional tort, and negligence law.
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