Brenner Hubble


Brenner Hubble

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Todd A Brenner

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Car Accident, Pension & Benefits, Insurance, Litigation, Disability
Todd Brenner is a Top-Rated Lawyer specializing in injury, ERISA and disability litigation.

Attorney in private practice for 25 years, licensed in 14 jurisdictions. Substantial experience in civil cases, including ERISA, disability, personal ... (more)

Brenner Hubble is a top-rated law firm located in central Ohio. Attorneys Todd Brenner and Adam Hubble have over 50 years of combined experience, serving their clients in Ohio and surrounding jurisdictions. The firm has substantial experience in the areas of disability, ERISA, personal injury, insurance and business litigation. Brenner Hubble is rated AV-Preeminent, the highest rating awarded by, and Attorney Todd Brenner recently received the Client Distinction Award, an honor bestowed on less than 1% of practicing attorneys.

When the firm was founded in 2007, the goal was to provide outstanding civil litigation and tranactional services to our clients at a reasonable cost. We strive on a daily basis to live up to this ideal.

Based centrally in Columbus, we are able to accommodate our clients throughout the entire state of Ohio, including courts in all 88 counties and all federal courts. Our clients have come to value our reputation for excellence and our commitment to achieving outstanding results. No case is too large or too small.

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555 Metro Place North Dublin
Dublin, OH 43017


555 Metro Place North Dublin
Dublin, OH 43017

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