(937) 593-6065

Terry leads the firm’s litigation, dispute resolution and risk management practices. Terry’s practice focuses on commercial construction, contracts liens and bond claims, insurance, health care, risk management and agriculture. “I understand our clients’ business operations and this enables me to vigorously and effectively represent their interests.”

  • Read More

Terry concentrates his commercial practice in the following areas:

  • Construction
  • Commercial litigation
  • Contract disputes
  • Liens and bond claims
  • Health care
  • Risk management
  • Insurance
  • Creditor’s rights
  • Wrongful death
  • Employment law
  • Probate litigation
  • Agriculture
  • Product liability

Terry’s repeat clients include:

  • General contractors
  • Subcontractors in the trades
    • Excavators
    • Roofers
    • Plumbers
    • HVAC
    • Electricians
    • Framers
    • Concrete and asphalt
    • Landscapers
    • Steel fabricators and erectors
  • Material suppliers
  • Construction managers
  • Owners of construction projects
  • Design professionals
  • Insureds
  • Agricultural producers and consultants
  • Wholesalers
  • Manufacturers
  • Millwrights

            "Terry is ALL-IN! He makes the effort to understand our objectives and provides practical, efficient and excellent counsel. As our trial attorney in a month-long federal case against the world's largest corporation, his tenacious and engaging style resulted in a successful jury verdict and award."

- Randy Marker, President of Thomas & Marker Construction Co.

Terry has been lead trial counsel in hundreds of cases throughout Ohio, in both state and federal courts, including the Ohio Supreme Court and the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. “I represent my clients aggressively, but also provide practical counsel in complex matters.”

Terry has represented businesses and individuals based in China, Canada, California, Louisiana, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Texas, New York and Michigan. Terry is licensed in Ohio and Texas.

“My construction industry clients don’t have to educate me about their business or the construction projects at issue. I fully understand the industry and commercial construction projects.”