Jennifer L. Lawther, a partner with NRS Injury Law, focuses her practice in workers’ compensation litigation. She has been in private practice since 1996. She successfully argued the following case before the Supreme Court of Ohio.
Supreme Court Oral Argument:
“May Workers’ Comp Claimant Recover All Fees and Costs of Appeal When One of Multiple Claimed Conditions Approved? Or Is Recovery Limited To Costs Attributable to the Granted Condition?” Case No. 2011-2040, Jeff Holmes v. Crawford Machine, Inc., and State of Ohio, BWC. Click here to read the oral argument.
Related Article: “Award of Attorney Fees and Costs to Successful Workers’ Compensation Appellant Not Dependent on How Many of Claimed Conditions Approved/Denied” Click here to read the article.
Austin J. Enger is an associate attorney at NRS Injury Law, focusing on workers’ compensation. Austin developed a passion for workers’ compensation and personal injury law while working at NRS as a summer law clerk.
While in law school, Austin earned a Health Law Certificate from the University of Akron School of Law. He also earned a CALI Award (highest overall grade) in Health Law. In addition to his health law accomplishments, he competed on the Akron Law Negotiation Team, where he learned valuable negotiating skills.
Austin’s hobbies include playing pickleball, golf, and watching the Cleveland Browns.
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.
Mark A. Adams began his career in 1978. He graduated magna cum laude from Miami University in 1974 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and earned a Juris Doctor degree with honors from The Ohio State University law school.
Mark’s mother and father were both machine operators in the Cleveland area, and, prior to law school, Mark worked several summers as a machine operator as well. Therefore, it is particularly rewarding for Mark to represent members of his parents’ union, the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers, as well as the many unions throughout the state.
He is a member of the Ohio Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice. Mark is a member of the bar of the United States Supreme Court and has practiced in the federal and state courts throughout the eastern US. Mark has successfully argued appeals in both the federal and state courts of appeal, and has argued on behalf of clients in front of the Ohio Supreme Court. Mark has been named one of the “Top 100 Lawyers” in Columbus for the past several years.
Mark is designated as a panel attorney for the AFL-CIO Union Plus Legal Services Plan providing consultations, advice, and legal services to numerous members of various participating unions, and has been a guest lecturer at the AFL-CIO workers’ compensation school for many years. With 40 years of experience, Mark has enjoyed successfully representing injured workers and helped them obtain fair and reasonable compensation for their injuries or losses.