Frank E. Todaro - Columbus Lawyer

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About Trial Attorney Frank E. Todaro

Frank E. Todaro, formerly a principle of the Law Firm of Frank E. Todaro, the Law Firm of Todaro & Wagoner, and Ray, Todaro & Alton is a 25 year practitioner in the area of personal injury, product liability and wrongful death. Todaro is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy since 2000. Todaro was awarded the highest rating by Martindale-Hubbell “the AV rating” from a national publication that ranks lawyers nationwide. The rating signifies the highest recognition by his peers of Todaro’s legal expertise and professional reputation. Todaro has also been listed in the publication “Best Lawyers in America” since the year 2000 and has been listed in Ohio Super Lawyers since 2007. Todaro has also served the legal community as past president of the Ohio Association of Justice, previously known as Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers; and past president of Central Ohio Association of Justice, previously known as the Franklin County Trial Lawyers Association. Todaro has argued several consumer related issues before the Ohio Supreme Court and has litigated product and vehicle crash cases in the United States District Court. Frank Todaro graduated from Capital Law School in 1987.

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