Pamela Dimo grew up in Kucove, a small village in lower-central Albania. While in Albania, Pamela lived through the fall of communism in 1992 and experienced the shift to capitalism first hand. Growing up in Albania, Pamela learned the value of hard work and tenacity.
In 1997, Pamela moved to the United States with her family as a result of the Civil Unrest sweeping across Albania.
Pamela’s personal experience with the loss of a loved one as the result of medical malpractice drove her desire to represent those affected by negligence and malpractice and hold wrongdoers accountable.
After graduating from Euclid High School, Pamela attended John Carroll University, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science in 2011.
Pamela then attended and graduated from Chicago-Kent College of Law. While in law school, Pamela was named to the Dean’s List and received a CALI Award for Excellence in International Law of Armed Conflict. After completing law school, Pamela became licensed as an attorney in both Illinois and Ohio.
Pamela initially began her legal career in Illinois, working for the Human Trafficking & Women’s Justice Services of the Cook County Sheriff’s Office, assisting victims of human trafficking to gain access to invaluable resources and regain their lives.
From there, she went on to represent victims of nursing home abuse and neglect, medical malpractice, catastrophic automobile collisions, construction injuries and child sexual abuse. Pamela spent four years working for a nationally renowned law firm in Chicago, Illinois, which focused its practice on nursing home neglect and abuse.
After five years of practice in Illinois, Pamela and her family decided to move back home to Ohio.
Pamela was excited to join The Dickson Firm as an Associate so she can continue to represent nursing home residents and their families when those residents have been abused or neglected.
And The Dickson Firm is very excited that Pamela has joined their team as they continue their important mission of standing up for Nursing Home residents and their families and holding the owners and operators of nursing homes who neglect and abuse their residents, accountable.