Kristina E. Curry

Education

University of Akron, JD 2007

Kent State University, BA 1993

Bar Admissions

Ohio, 2008

United States Southern District Ohio, 2014

Bio

Kristina is an associate with the firm that focuses in Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law. She has vast experience representing Workers’ Compensation matters before the Industrial Commission in all IC Jurisdictions and in several Courts of Common Pleas throughout the state.

She uses an aggressive yet efficient approach representing employers facing workers’ compensation, OSHA and related employer liability concerns.  At PS&E she will assist both small and large employers throughout the Workers’ Compensation administrative process.

Kristina also has experience counseling businesses on employment matters including HIPAA regulations, Equal Employment Opportunities, FMLA, Wage and Hour Defamation/Libel and other employment law issues. She served as in-house counsel and Director of Human Resources for a large home health care agency, analyzing Managed Care Contracts, and negotiating employee insurance policies as well as representing the company in all Workers’ Compensation and other matters throughout Ohio.  Kristina assists healthcare providers with regard to Medicare and Medicaid regulatory compliance, audits, and litigation matters.

The Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law team  takes great pride in having the experience and knowledge needed to understand the complete picture of any type of business regardless of size.   Their goal is to make sure your business is practicing the “best practices” that protect you as an employer and offer the best environment for your employees.

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Ohio State Bar Association, Labor & Employment section

Ohio State Bar Association, Workers Compensation section

Ohio State Bar Foundation, Fellow

Dayton Bar Association, Bar Briefs Editorial Board, 2014

Dayton Bar Association, Robert N. Farquhar District, Mock Trial Competition, Volunteer Judge

Dayton Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project, Volunteer

Dayton Regional Manufacturer’s Association, Association member

OSIA, Ohio Self-Insurers Association, Workers’ Compensation

SWOSIA, Southwest Ohio Self-Insurer’s Association, Workers’ Compensation

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