Kevin Larrimer is a native of Columbus who has enjoyed the privilege of representing injured Ohioans since 1998. A graduate of the Columbus Academy (1988), University of Michigan (1993) and Capital University Law School (1998), Kevin has dedicated his life to defending the rights of decent, ordinary people who have had the misfortune of getting hurt or sick and are no longer able to work. A third generation attorney, Kevin has counseled clients and appeared on their behalf in a wide variety of disability claims in the fields of: Workers Compensation, State Teachers Retirement Systems (STRS), School Employee Retirement Systems (SERS), Public Employee Retirement Systems (PERS) and Social Security (SSD/SSDI). Over the past two decades, Kevin has personally appeared at more than ten thousand administrative hearings before the Industrial Commission of Ohio. Likewise, Kevin has pursued hundreds of appeals into over thirty separate Courts of Common Pleas throughout Ohio, as well as the 10th District Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Ohio. Additionally, Kevin is a trained mediator certified by Community Mediation Services of Central Ohio since 2004. Also, Kevin served on the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Association of Justice from 2010 – 2016. In that capacity, Kevin had the unique opportunity to provide education and bring awareness to important issues that threaten the rights of injured people generally. In his spare time, Kevin and his wife Julie enjoy art, music, dining out, gardening, nature and spending time with their two cats, Smokey and Fred.
Social Security Benefits Increase in 2018
When the Social Security Administration announces the annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA), there’s usually an increase in the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit amount people receive each month. Federal benefit rates increase when the cost of living rises, as measured by the Department of Labor’s Consumer Price Index (CPI-W). The CPI-W rises when […]READ MORE →
CAR REPAIR NIGHTMARE LEADS TO CLASS ACTION
Our client had a minor fender bender and took her car in to have a dent repaired. She had insurance, and her insurance was willing to pay the reasonable expenses associated with repairing the vehicle. It is alleged that the repair shop, Three-C Body Shop, encouraged her to leave everything in their hands. Weeks passed […]READ MORE →