Nicholas M. Dodosh, Esq.

Nicholas M. Dodosh, Esq.

Attorney Nicholas Dodosh has been involved in handling everything from whiplash car accident cases to police shooting fatality cases. He has pursued cases where individuals lost body parts or died due to the negligence of others, and where parents have lost children due to drowning. Mr. Dodosh has argued in the Appellate Courts throughout the state of Ohio – including the Eighth District Court of Appeals in Cleveland – and successfully has recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars on behalf of his clients. He believes that thorough preparation and fac¬tual analysis is the key to the successful outcome of any legal claim.

Mr. Dodosh has been invited to speak to law students about being successful in the practice of law, and has been called upon by other lawyers to assist them in their own personal legal matters. Most recently, he was invited by the National Business Institute to speak at its Dec. 17, 2013, Continuing Legal Education seminar on the topic of Strategies for Legal Research. Mr. Dodosh also is writing an article that will appear in the coming edition of the CATA News concerning recent updates to the Ohio Rules of Civil Procedure.

He is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association (OSBA), the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA), the Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ), and the Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys (CATA).

Mr. Dodosh is caring and compassionate in dealing with his clients, but is an aggressive advocate in settlement discussions and in the courtroom. He has a proven track record of successfully handling complex Ohio personal injury and wrongful death cases. Mr. Dodosh prides himself on the personal attention he gives to his clients. He provides his clients with his mobile phone number and encourages them to call anytime. In addition, Mr. Dodosh’s firm takes most personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning that you do not pay any attorney fees unless you win your case.

Attorney Nicholas M. Dodosh, “Cleveland’s Injury Lawyer,” specializes in motor vehicle accident, serious personal injury, and wrongful death cases. His other areas of practice include premises liability, general civil litiga¬tion, and complex commercial litigation matters. He is licensed to practice law in all Ohio courts and is licensed federally in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.

Mr. Dodosh is proud to be a personal injury attorney and fight for the rights of his clients, he is proud to stand up to the big insurance companies and corporations, and he is proud to practice law in the great city of Cleveland, Ohio

Education and Accolades

Mr. Dodosh earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Miami University of Ohio where he was a double major in Political Science and Communications. He graduated from Miami with honors and immediately went on to attend law school at the University of Akron School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Dodosh was selected to serve as Assistant Editor of The Akron Law Review – an honor reserved for only top law students. He also was a member of Akron Law’s nationally ranked trial team, which is considered by U.S. News and World Report to be one of the top 10 trial advocacy programs in the nation. Other top 10 schools include Georgetown University, Baylor University, and Northwestern University. Upon graduating with his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree, Mr. Dodosh also obtained a Litigation Certificate, indicating that he had gone above and beyond in his studies and had completed additional coursework with a focus on trial advocacy and dispute resolution.

Legal Career and Professional History

While in law school Mr. Dodosh was a law clerk in the Cleveland office of Reminger Co., LPA, which is one of the Midwest’s top defense firms. As a Reminger law clerk, Mr. Dodosh did everything from drafting extensive motions for summary judgment to preparing memoranda of law spanning a wide range of complex legal issues. He also became highly skilled in utilizing both traditional and online legal research methods – skills that are essential in today’s fast-paced and high-stakes legal environment. In addition, he learned how big insurance defense firms think, act, and evaluate cases. He still regularly puts that knowledge to use for the benefit of his injured clients.

After his time at Reminger, Mr. Dodosh went on to practice law at the Charles E. Boyk Law Offices, LLC and then at McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal & Liffman Co. L.P.A. as a plaintiff’s lawyer. He handled a high volume caseload while also preparing the vast majority of the firm’s written motions, mediation position statements, trial briefs, and appellate briefs.

Mr. Dodosh currently is practicing as a plaintiff’s attorney at Dodosh Law Offices, LLC. Call him at 844-CLE-LAW1 (844-253-5291). You also can email him at or fill out a contact form and he will get in touch with you.

What Our Clients Have to Say

“Everyone very polite, respectful, professional. Enjoyed working with everyone. I would recommend Nick and his company to everyone. They work hard to get you what you deserve.”


“I would recommend Nicholas for anyone that has had a personal injury and is seeking justice and compensation. He helped us tremendously in our situation and was nothing but kind and courteous throughout the whole process.”


“Nick has been a terrific help with my case. He always keeps in touch with me and walks me through all my options! He’s always giving me the correct advice to help out the situation.”

Joey Sciria

“Mr. Dodosh was very personable and professional. Any inquires I had concerning the case were personally addressed by him. The case was settled also in 5 months. I would highly recommend this attorney to anyone that had an injury case.”


“It was really a pleasure to deal with Nicholas for my personal injury lawsuit. I had no worries because he helped me every step of the way. He’s a lawyer that really cares and that’s hard to find. I have and will always recommend Nicholas.”


“Mr. Dodosh provided excellent advice, service, and communication while handling my personal injury claim. I feel like I found a new, caring family friend. He never left me wondering about anything going on or not going on in the process.”