Mr. Zimmerman was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1997 at which time he began as an associate with the firm. Beginning in 2004, Todd was named a shareholder. His practice is primarily focused on both civil litigation and insurance defense, including extensive experience handling first and third-party liability, coverage disputes and SIU claims such as arson and fraud. He has tried numerous jury and bench trials with favorable results and also has significant experience in appellate matters, including arguing before the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Member: Ohio State Bar Association; Michigan Bar Association; Columbus Bar Association; Toledo Bar Association; Claims and Litigation Management Alliance (CLM); National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators (NSPII); International Association of Special Investigation Units (IASIU); Defense Research Institute (DRI); Ohio Association of Civil Trial Attorneys (OACTA); Federal Bar Association; Columbus Claims Association; Toledo Claims Association; Council Member, Maumee City Council, (1998-2011); Administrative Hearing Examiner for the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles, (2003 - 2007); Maumee/Toledo/Monclova Joint Economic Development Zone Board, Board Member, (2005 - 2009).
Speaker: NSPII - Ohio Chapter, September 2013 "Beyond the Named Insured - Addressing the Claims of Bankruptcy Trustees, Mortgagees, Innocent Spouses & Other Insureds"; 2012 OACTA Annual Conference, "Medical Bills in Ohio Trials: Who's to Say What's Reasonable and How"; National Business Institute's "Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Law in Ohio," Spring, 2002; Toledo Claims Association, Northern Ohio Buckeye Education Group Health Benefits Plan v. Lawson's implications on both auto and health insurance claim resolutions, October 2004.
Publications: Author: "Limiting Your Exposure to Winter - Avoid the Liabilities Inherent with Snow and Ice," Paradigm Magazine, Winter 2013 edition; Co-Author: "Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Law in Ohio," 2002; Co-Author: "Premises Liability for Ohio Paralegals," 2000; Monthly legislative update, Toledo Claims Association, 2003+.
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