Rohrbachers Cron Manahan Trimble and Zimmerman shareholder Suzanne Belot Norton was again honored to be selected to the 2018 Ohio Super Lawyers list.
This designation is made as an honor for Ohio attorneys who exhibit excellence in practice. Only 5% of Ohio attorneys receive this distinction. The announcement will be made in the 2018 edition of Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine, Cincinnati Magazine, and Cleveland Magazine.
Suzanne's practice is focused on Ohio workers' compensation defense for self-insured and state-fund employers, on a state-wide basis.
Pictured left to right: Nicholas Cron, Suzanne Belot Norton, Russell Miller, and Jonathan Sheehan (not pictured: Matthew Rohrbacher)
RCMTZ shareholders and associates joined together to raise awareness for ALS at the Charline's Champions Inaugural Golf Outing on September 24, 2017.
RCMTZ showed their support while enjoying a fun-filled day of golf, food, drinks, and prizes. All proceeds received at the event were donated to the ALS Association Northwest Ohio Chapter under the team Charline's Champions in honor of the Harbaugh family.
Pictured left to right: Matt Norton, Shareholder Suzanne Belot Norton, Cathy Trimble and Shareholder Mark Trimble enjoying the specular view and firework show.
Toledo, Ohio- Friends, family, clients, and staff gathered at the office of Rohrbachers Cron Manahan Trimble & Zimmerman Co., LPA on July 4th, 2017 to celebrate the nation’s birthday with food, drink, and a spectacular firework show.
This well-attended event brought members of the firm together with friends, family, and clients to socialize and celebrate.
The office is located on the 8th floor of the PNC building in downtown Toledo and features a fabulous view of the river and fireworks from the office deck.
RCMTZ shareholders and guests (left to right) Bryce Piasecki, Shareholder Tracy Selis, Jackie Mockensturm, and Shareholder Matt Rohrbacher. Standing: Shareholder Suzanne Belot Norton, Matt Norton, and Shareholder Russ Miller.
RCMTZ partners and guests attended the 2017 Huntington Gala Dinner and Show on July 18, 2017. This well-attended event kicked off the Marathon Classic and supported Good Grief, a local charity that provides free peer support groups for grieving children, teens, young adults and their families.
Rohrbachers, Cron, Manahan, Trimble & Zimmerman Co., LPA proudly announces that Michael J. Manahan, Russell R. Miller, J. Mark Trimble and Suzanne Belot Norton are recipients of the Toledo Business Journal’s “2016 Who’s Who in Toledo Area Law” recognition.
Our attorneys have been named in the following areas of law:
Russell R. Miller: Business and Corporate Law; Michael J. Manahan: Insurance Law: J. Mark Trimble: Civil Litigation, Commercial Litigation and Construction Litigation; and Suzanne Belot Norton: Workers’ Compensation and Municipal/Governmental/Public Law.
Every year, The Toledo Business Journal identifies the most credible, highly capable top 100 Northwest Ohio attorneys practicing in various fields of law.
The selection process is based on client assessments, peer-to-peer reviews, and professional achievement.
Please help us congratulate our own “Top 100 Who’s Who in Area Law” attorneys!
We are pleased to announce that J. Mark Trimble was granted a Directed Verdict on all of claims at the close of a Plaintiff’s case. Plaintiff claimed that he was harassed on the job and was forced to resign due to a hostile work environment.”. Congratulations, Mark!
Michael Manahan, Russell Miller, Suzanne Belot Norton, and J. Mark Trimble are all finalist for the 2016/2017 Who’s Who in Toledo Area Law program.
Suzanne Belot Norton
OSBA Certified Specialist:
Ohio's Workers' Compensation Law
has joined the firm as a Shareholder
Congratulations to our shareholders Nick Cron and Mark Trimble for their continued service to the Clown Corp at the Toledo Thanksgiving Parade again this year.
The Distinguished Clown Corps has been a mainstay of Toledo's Downtown Holiday Parade since 1987 and boasts a long and distinguished list of business leaders, politicians, and other participants. The Corps' members wear custom-made costumes and full clown makeup and wear bells to mark the number of years each clown has participated in the parade. During the parade, the clowns give candy and balloons to spectators. The Corps was originally founded to help fund the parade, and members of the Corps make a financial contribution to help make the parade happen each year. Mark is the second attorney from RCMTZ to participate in the parade, joining Nick Cron, who served as a clown in the 2011 Holiday Parade. The Corps' website can be found here.