The new president of the Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ) is none other than our firm's very own founder, Cincinnati personal injury attorney Donald C. Moore, Jr. He succeeds Bob DeRose as the head of Ohio's largest association of trial attorneys. The announcement was made at the beginning of May at the OAJ's yearly convention.
"I intend to focus my energy on ensuring that our organization continues its strong track record of protecting the rights of Ohioans in both the legislature and in the courtroom," Moore said. He has previously served the OAJ as secretary, treasurer, and vice president.
Attorney Donald C. Moore, Jr. has more than 30 years of experience in practicing personal injury law. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration in 1976 from the University of Cincinnati, and he earned his Juris Doctor in 1979 from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University. He then worked at the family law firm for more than a decade, after which he founded The Moore Law Firm.
He and his partner, son Daniel N. Moore, and associate, Derrick A. Wyatt, practice in many areas of personal injury law. Donald C. Moore, Jr., handles all types of personal injury claims, including product liability cases, serious automobile accidents, medical malpractice, industrial accidents, and wrongful death.
Donald C. Moore and The Moore Law Firm have garnered many prestigious awards and accolades. Moore has been named an Ohio Super Lawyer several years in a row, earned the highest AV® rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, and attained a 10.0 Super Avvo Rating.
To learn more about how our experienced firm can help you and your family with a personal injury case in Ohio, contact The Moore Law Firm today to schedule a free consultation with a Cincinnati personal injury defense lawyer.
If you have been injured or have lost a loved one as a result of another person's negligence, you deserve to be fully compensated for your losses. Whether you were hurt in a truck accident or auto accident, have suffered injuries as a result of a medical malpractice incident or were a victim of corporate negligence — the simple fact is that you should not be forced to pay the price for another person's careless or reckless actions.