Dan Romaine, a Co-Managing Partner at NRS Injury Law, leads the firm’s personal injury and auto accident litigation groups. In March 2013, Dan received the highest Martindale-Hubbell peer review rating, AV Preeminent. This is a distinction held by a select few in the legal industry and serves as a testament to the fact that a lawyer’s peers rank him at the highest level of professional excellence.
Dan clerked at a large plaintiff’s personal injury firm while in law school and then worked as an associate attorney in a large Cleveland-based insurance defense firm. For two years he defended insurance companies in personal injury and auto accident litigation cases before coming back to the plaintiff’s side in 1999.
Since that time, Dan has worked exclusively on the side of individuals, representing their interests against large corporations and insurance companies. His unique perspective of handling cases on both sides of the fence gives him the insight and skills necessary to represent individuals and families in these matters. Dan has handled tens of thousands of injury claims over the past 20 years, including cases in numerous municipal, county, state, and federal courts of Ohio.
Terry Jennrich, an attorney with NRS Injury Law, has represented injured clients since 1986. His trial practice experience includes a wide variety of personal injury litigation, including asbestosis, wrongful death claims, auto accident claims, workplace injuries, medical malpractice, premises liability, and Social Security disability claims.
He has argued cases in Municipal Court, Common Pleas Court, the Court of Appeals and Federal District Court as well as the Industrial Commission and the Hearings and Appeals of the Social Security System.
Terry, a resident of Medina, Ohio, practices T’ai Chi-ch’uan and is an avid competitive ballroom dancer.
Anthony “Tony” Palombo is an attorney with NRS Injury Law, in the personal injury department. Tony has been practicing law since 1995 and brings the experience of a seasoned trial lawyer to NRS. He ‘cut his teeth’ handling cases as an Attorney for the Ohio Turnpike Commission and as an Assistant Director of Law for the City of Cleveland.
He then worked for a Labor and Employment Law firm defending large national and multi-national companies in employment discrimination claims and labor disputes. In the early 2000’s, Tony went to work on the plaintiff’s side representing injured victims of negligence. Before coming to NRS, Tony worked for highly successful plaintiff’s firms where he handled thousands of injury cases.
He has successfully litigated wrongful death lawsuits, construction negligence cases and negligent security cases, as well as auto and truck accident cases to settlement, arbitration, mediation and trial. He has tried cases in both State and Federal Court including a seven figure verdict.
Tony lives in Lake County with his wife Kim, who is a cardiac care nurse. They have three boys.
Christina A. Strubbe is an associate attorney with NRS Injury Law and focuses her practice on personal injury. Prior to joining NR&S, Christina worked for nearly a decade as a personal injury paralegal where she developed a passion for assisting individuals harmed by the negligence of others.
Christina possesses a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Diversity from Cleveland State University (2013) and a Juris Doctorate from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law (2019). Some of her accomplishments include graduating Summa Cum Laude from Cleveland State University (2013) and volunteer experience aiding limited means individuals through the Cleveland-Marshall Civil Litigation Clinic. As a member of the Civil Litigation Clinic, she gained experience representing individuals seeking remedy from landlord tenant disputes and those in need of civil stalking protection orders.
Christina, an Ashtabula County native, currently resides in Willoughby. She is an animal lover who enjoys traveling, hiking and spending her free time with family and friends.
Katie Lietzke, an attorney with NRS Injury Law, has represented injured workers since 1996. She is well experienced in all areas of workers’ compensation, including injuries, occupational diseases, violations of specific safety requirements, permanent and total disability and statutory permanent total disability claims, loss of use awards, death claims and discrimination/terminations following the filing of workers’ compensation claims.
Katie has successfully argued cases at all levels of the Industrial Commission including the full Industrial Commission in Columbus. Katie has also represented claimants in the Courts of Common Pleas, and she’s argued workers’ compensation mandamus actions and employment issues to the Courts of Common Pleas in Cuyahoga County and Franklin County.
Her clients include numerous area firefighters, and she has successfully argued for the allowance of cancer caused by years of firefighting duties. She was recommended by the Northern Ohio Fire Fighters for a position on the Senate Bill 18 Committee in Columbus.
Katie is a mother of three children.