Office: (330) 434 4100 | Cell: (330) 310 9392 | Fax: (330) 434 4110     E-mail: varianlaw@aol.com

Donald Varian - a trial Lawyer
  • Selected to be included into Ohio Super Lawyers every year from 2004 through 2010
  • AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell
  • A member of the Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys in the United States of America
  • Obtained one of the largest verdicts in State of Ohio in 1999
  • Lecturer for:
    -Akron Bar Association
    -Ohio State Bar Association
    -Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers
    -American Academy of Trial Lawyers
    -Ohio Judicial College
  • Master Bencher, Charles Scanlon Inn of Court Akron, Ohio
  • Outstanding Lawyers in America 2003

RECENT CASES TRIED OR SETTLED:

Mr. Varian has represented in excess of 4,000 clients who had had DUI or criminal charges throughout Ohio.

2006 Settled wrongful death of father of 3 in auto accident. $2.2 million.

2004 Settled Railroad FELA wrongful death case settlement: $660.000.

1999 Medical malpractice/Wrongful Death jury verdict undiagnosed
heart attack resulting in death of father: $2.8 Million.

2002 Motorcycle accident. Severe leg injury requiring multiple
surgeries structured settlement: $278,080.

2003 Hospital negligence/personal injury case hospitalís negligent care of patient causing neck fracture settlement: $1.5 Million.

2003 Settled Scott Pontzer claims against fatherís insurance
companyís insurance carrier for $775,000 for brain injury to a 17
year old young man ejected in a car accident.

2003 Tried and settled medical malpractice case against OBGYN doctors for failure to properly diagnose and treat deep vein thrombosis, resulting in the death of a 35 year old mother, structured settlement: $1,137,000.

Mr. Varian will review your case with you and outline exactly the timetable and the potential for recovery with you. He will come to your home or the hospital to insure that critical time is not lost when a serious injury or death occurs in your family.

Mr. Varian will personally represent each client and will be responsible for their case.