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Ronald M. Wilt

Ronald Wilt Lawyer

Ronald M. Wilt
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Ronald M. Wilt has been recognized by Cincinnati Magazine as one of Ohio's Super Lawyers and by "Inside Business Magazine" as a Leading Lawyer in Northeast Ohio.   In 2007 and 2009, Mr. Wilt was listed in The Best Lawyers in America(r). He has successfully defended hundreds of doctors and hospitals in catastrophic medical malpractice claims. Based on the firm's excellent reputation for only taking meritorious cases and vigorously prosecuting them, Mr. Wilt left the defense practice and now utilizes his many years of experience to litigate injured plaintiffs' claims.

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Crandall, Pera & Wilt
600 West Main Street, Suite 100
Louisville, KY 40202

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