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Michael J. Valentine

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Michael J. Valentine

Transportation & Shipping, Government Agencies, Personal Injury, State and Local

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Michael J. Valentine joined Reminger & Reminger Co., L.P.A. with seven years of legal experience at the Ohio Attorney General's Office as an Assistant Attorney General working in the Court of Claims Defense section where he defended claims ranging from negligence, contract and wrongful death actions against various state agencies. Since joining Reminger & Reminger, has concentrated his legal practice in the areas of general liability, premises liability, government liability and trucking and transportation law.

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