Aggressive, courageous advocates for survivors of abuse, victims of crime, and other worthy individuals needing experienced, focused representation.
- Child Sexual Abuse
- Civil Rights
- Wrongful Death
- Employment Discrimination/Harassment
- Wrongful Termination
- Personal Injury
- Negligent Security
- Medical Malpractice
- Civil Trial Practice
- Appellate Practice
- All Ohio Courts
- All Kentucky Courts
- United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
- United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
- United States District Court for Eastern Kentucky
- United State Court of Federal Claims
Sample Verdicts and Settlements
McGinnis v. City of North College Hill, et al, United States District Court Southern District of Ohio (2014): $650,000 settlement of wrongful death claim for family of father of 8 killed as a result of police tasing.
Doe v. Bruner, Clinton County, Ohio (2013): $500,000 jury verdict in favor of college student victim of sex abuse.
Epstein v. Diocese of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio (2012): $1.2 million verdict on behalf of survivor of child sex abuse.
Doe v. George, Warren County, Ohio (2011): $3.575 million jury verdict in favor of 18 year old survivor of child sex abuse.
Estate of Chris Luthy v. Jose O. Martinez, M.D., et al, Hamilton County, Ohio (2010): $300,000 partial settlement of wrongful death claim (remaining claims pending, trial scheduled for December 2014)
Supreme Court of Ohio Cases
Adam Stewart v. Board of Education of Lockland Local School District (pending 2014): Challenge to school board’s denial of public employee’s right to public hearing under Ohio’s Open Meetings Act.
Doe v. Bruner (2013): Pursuit of child sex abuse victim’s right to proceed anonymously
State ex rel. Rocker v. Guernsey County Sheriff’s Office (2010): Pursuit of criminal investigative reports of an alleged sex offender under public records laws.
Pratte v. Stewart (2010): Application of repressed memory concept for tolling of statute of limitations.
Doe v. Archdiocese of Cincinnati (2006): Pursuit of extension of statute of limitations for survivors of child sexual abuse.
//Meet the Team
The team at Kircher Law Office has represented persons from all walks of life against some of the most powerful institutions in our country including churches, governments, law enforcement, schools, and youth organizations.