CLAYTON E. BRELO
Clayton E. Brelo was born and raised in Cleveland. He did his under-graduate work at Rutgers University, New Jersey, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts degree. He continued his education at what is now Cleveland State University School of Law. His practice has always been focused on workers compensation and personal injury law, representing and protecting injured individuals.
WILLIAM H. RIDER
William H. Rider devotes his practice exclusively to the litigation of personal injury, workers compensation, and Social Security Disability claims on the behalf of injured individuals. During his career of more than 35 years he has been an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Ohio and has represented both injured individuals and insurance companies. His insurance defense experience provides him with a unique perspective as it relates to representing the injured plaintiff in the courtroom and providing the insight to effectively and persuasively combat the arguments of defense attorneys and government representatives.
Mr. Rider graduated from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 1974 with a Juris Doctor degree. While attending Cleveland-Marshall he was a law review editor and authored an article that was published in the Law Review. He is currently licensed to practice law in all Ohio Courts and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.