About Nicholas J. Schepis, Attorney and Counselor at Law
Cleveland Personal Injury Attorney
Nicholas J. Schepis is a lifelong resident of Greater Cleveland. He is a graduate of Brush High School, John Carroll University, and the University of Akron School of Law.
Nick has served northeast Ohio since 1984, devoting his practice primarily to the victims of negligence and personal injury law.
Nick received the Distinguished Service Award from the Ohio Association for Justice for his contributions to the plaintiff’s personal injury bar.
When you’re injured by somebody else’s negligence and dealing with an insurance company on your own, you are not in good hands. The insurance company is not on your side, and they are the kind of neighbor who borrows your tools and doesn’t bring them back.
You are the injured party. You are the victim. You are the one who suffered. You don’t need to be injured again by an insurance company that doesn’t want to pay your claim.
You need an experienced lawyer who is going to fight for what is yours.
For over thirty years, we have fought insurance companies for people just like you. Your rights and your case are just as important to us as they are to you. No one will work harder to get you what you deserve.
If you’ve been injured, don’t be victimized twice. Call us.
The most tragic of cases are those involving catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. The loss of life, limb, of the ability to independently care for self and perform life-sustaining activities wreaks havoc on the victim and family members alike.
You need experienced counsel who knows how to make a jury understand your pain and how the injury has affected your life. We will know how best to translate these highly intangible but extremely important items into real figures that can lessen the devastation brought on by the defendant’s negligence.
If you or a loved one suffers a catastrophic injury or the loss of a loved one through the negligence of another, do not wait or try to handle this alone. Call us immediately. What you do initially will strongly influence the results.