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At the Law Office of Kevin Kurgis, our dedicated, experienced, and compassionate attorneys, case managers, and legal assistants are the people you can count on to go to bat for you if you are injured in an accident.

Peter B. Rodocker, Esq.

Peter has more than 10 years of litigation experience spanning both the private and public sectors. Prior to joining the Law Offices of Kevin Kurgis, Peter served as an Assistant State Public Defender and he worked as counsel for a Fortune500 insurance company.
Peter earned his undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University (1993) and his legal degree from Capital University (1996). A lifelong resident of central Ohio, he enjoys playing tennis and golf as well as supporting the Buckeyes.

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We will protect your interests from the insurance companies and corporate attorneys who stand in the way of the compensation and benefits to which you and your family are entitled. Our staff prides itself on being well informed of your rights as an injured victim of an accident, and we will fight to get you the money you deserve.

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