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Blake A. Dickson

Phone: (216) 595-6500
Fax: (216) 595-6501

Attorney Blake A. Dickson graduated from Duke University with an AB in religion. He then graduated from the Case Western Reserve University School of Law with a Juris Doctorate.

Mr. Dickson represents individuals and families in cases involving serious injury and wrongful death throughout Ohio, including cases involving: nursing home abuse and neglect, cases against assisted living facilities, catastrophic automobile collisionssexual assaultmedical malpracticelegal malpractice, products liability, class actions, inadequate security and disputes about insurance coverage.

On February 4, 2009, Mr. Dickson became one of only two plaintiff's lawyers to ever argue a case involving the rights of nursing home residents before the Ohio Supreme Court. There has been only one other case argued before the Ohio Supreme Court that dealt with the issue of the rights of nursing home residents. Mr. Dickson wrote the Amicus Curiae Brief that was filed with the Ohio Supreme Court, at the request of the Ohio Association for Justice, in that case.

He is an active member of the following professional organizations:

  • The American Association for Justice and the Nursing Home Litigation Group within AAJ
  • The Ohio Association for Justice
  • The Ohio State Bar Association
  • The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long Term Care
  • The Cleveland Academy of Trial Lawyers
  • The Justinian Forum (which is the Italian American Bar Association in Cleveland)

Mr. Dickson teaches continuing legal education courses to other lawyers nationwide. He has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, and numerous Ohio publications including The Plain Dealer and Crain's Cleveland Business.

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Phone: (216) 595-6500
Fax: (216) 595-6501

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