Pete has started his legal career at Lawrence & Associates in March 2015. He is the head of Workers’ Compensation practice at the firm. He is licensed to practice in Ohio and Kentucky, and he is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association and the Ohio State Bar Association.
Pete graduated cum laude from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law. He was one of only two students in his graduating class to receive the Certificate for Excellence in Advocacy. Shortly before graduation, he was elected to the prestigious Order of the Barrister. At Chase, Pete was selected to become a member of the Inns of Court in each consecutive year. He was elected vice president of the Chase Student Advocacy Society and was the founding president of the law school Toastmasters Chapter. As a member of the Chase National Trial Team, Pete competed in trial competitions throughout the country, helping fill the law school trophy cabinet along the way. Pete has maintained his ties to Chase, where he works as an Adjunct Professor of the trial team he once represented.
Pete proudly became a U.S. Citizen in 2012, but he was born in England and lived in Poland for nearly two years before moving to the U.S.A. Before becoming a lawyer, Pete pursued a successful management career. He uses this experience to better represent his clients. He is a lifelong fan of Manchester United Football Club. He is an advocate for breast cancer awareness.
Areas of Practice
Pete focuses his practice on workers’ compensation and personal injury but enjoys maintaining a broad practice. As a result, his experience in workers’ compensation litigation and personal injury work is supplemented by trial experience in family law and medical malpractice cases. Pete’s main areas of practice are:
A man was injured when a piece of construction equipment collided with his vehicle and crushed him.
A man was working on a motor vehicle when a truck struck the vehicle. The man was pinned between the two vehicles, and his hips and legs were broken.
A man was changing a tire on an Ohio road when he was negligently struck by another vehicle, resulting in life threatening injuries.
A woman was killed while driving due to spillage left on the road.
A man developed a rare nerve condition due to his employment, which made it impossible for him to use one arm.
A man was a passenger in a rental car when it spun out of control and killed him.
A barge worker (Jones Act Seaman) was climbing down a ladder from an empty to a loaded barge when the improperly secured ladder collapsed. The worker’s head injury which caused...