In your time of need you need an advocate – whether it is a criminal matter and your freedom is at stake, or you have been viciously violated and need a stalwart to protect your rights. No one knows what it takes to get you results better than The Gaulding Law Firm. Give us your case and we’ll fight to the end to get you results.
We are a benchmark firm that gets the job done with a
long track record of established results. The GAULDING Law Firm is armed with
the knowledge, instincts, and experience to win your legal battles
in an increasingly complex and challenging world.
If you or a loved one have recently been victimized in an accident that resulted in a personal injury, it is absolutely vital that you do not hesitate to secure the necessary legal assistance from a skilled personal injury law firm. GAULDING has what it takes to level the playing field when dealing with insurance companies, and with our law firm on your side, you can rest assured that we will put all of our resources to work to see that you get results.
The United States and Ohio Constitutions as well as state and federal laws provide protection against certain actions by an employer, the government or a government official. These provide citizens with protections and remedies against certain civil rights and constitutional rights violations. The lawyers at Gaulding have the experience and skill to represent clients in civil rights and constitutional claims in courts throughout the nation.
When you have been accused of committing a crime, only a trial attorney can provide the representation that you need. Most lawyers will attempt to negotiate with the prosecutor to obtain a plea bargain instead of having to take your case to trial; at Gaulding we know that a trial could be the best option in your defense and if it is, we will readily take your case before a judge and jury and fight for your freedom.
We protect the rights of Ohio employees. While Ohio is an "at will" employment state there are very specific exceptions to "employment at will" rules. An employment termination based on discrimination, retaliation, fraud or violation of a signed or implied contract is considered wrongful termination and punishable under law. When an employee is fired on the basis of their age, sex, disability, race or religion or in retaliation for whistle blowing, he or she may pursue legal action against their employer. Our experience and thorough knowledge of this field have allowed us to thrive in this complex area of law.