Ian Overking has been a licensed attorney practicing in Ohio since 2005. He began his career as a prosecuting attorney for the Columbus City Attorney’s Office. After gaining significant litigation experience as a trial prosecutor, he turned his attention to the field of workers’ compensation. He served as an associate legal counsel for the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation before being promoted to director of their Subrogation Collections Unit and legal counsel to the Special Investigations Department. After almost thirteen years working for state and local government, Ian moved into private practice with the aim of using his knowledge and experience to help individuals. A veteran of many trials and administrative proceedings, he is skilled at arguing cases in a wide variety of forums. However, he also understands the value of negotiation and alternative dispute resolution. This combination of skills gives Ian a unique perspective when advising clients and allows him to achieve superior results.
In his spare time, Ian, along with his wife and children, enjoy athletic activities including yoga, running, and martial arts. He is an avid fan of combat sports including, boxing, wrestling, and mixed martial arts.
Attorney Overking holds an undergraduate degree from Fairmont State University (B.S. in Psychology, 2000) and a law degree from Capital University Law School (J.D., 2005). He is licensed to practice in the state of Ohio and Southern Federal District of Ohio.
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