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Akron Personal Injury Lawyer

The Law Offices of 
David A. Looney Co. LPA

1735 South Main Street
Akron, OH 44301
Phone: 330-785-3337

David Looney has once again been by Ohio SuperLawyers for the year 2012. Only 5% of the lawyers in the state are selected each year. Each attorney listed in Ohio Super Lawyers has been chosen by their peers as being among the best in their profession.

Accomplished, Experienced Attorneys Who Know How to Win

With nearly 45 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys at David A. Looney Co. LPA have earned an outstanding reputation for providing aggressive, results-oriented representation in the areas of personal injury, civil litigation, family law, criminal and traffic law, personal debt relief, estate planning and probate administration. Our attorneys are uniquely qualified to represent individuals, their families, and their businesses.

The attorneys at David A. Looney Co. LPA have a proven track record of successfully resolving their client’s legal matters outside of the courtroom if possible, or in the courtroom at trial when necessary.

If you have suffered an unjust injury, are facing an emotionally charged divorce, if you have been accused of a crime which threatens your liberty or your right to drive, if you find yourself involved in a lawsuit, if you have excessive debt and don’t know where to turn, you need someone on your side that knows the law, knows the courtroom, and knows how to protect your rights. The team at OhioAttorney.com is experienced, aggressive, equipped, and prepared to fight for you and solve your legal problems.

Review the information on our Web site to learn about the representation we provide to our clients in the counties of Summit, Portage, Medina, Stark, and Wayne. Please contact us or call us at (330) 785-3337 for more information.

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