1958 Richard Reminger took over the offices of George M. Greetham & Associates.
1960 We became the offices of "Richard T. Reminger," located at 75 Public Square, Suite 1316, in Cleveland, Ohio.
1968 We moved our offices to Suite 731 in the Leader Building in downtown Cleveland. The firm was also renamed "Reminger & Reminger."
1972 The firm became a corporate entity, Reminger & Reminger Co., LPA. Richard T. Reminger, Robert E. Fleck and Mario C. Ciano effectively became the first shareholders/partners of the firm.
1978 We celebrated our 20th anniversary, with 16 lawyers.
1986 Having grown to a roster of 35 attorneys, we outgrew the Leader Building and relocated to 113 St. Clair in Cleveland, located between the federal and state court houses.
1987 Mario C. Ciano was named Managing Partner of Reminger.
1988 We opened our second office in Columbus, Ohio.
1995 We became the 10th largest law firm in northern Ohio.
1996 We opened our third office in Cincinnati, Ohio, necessitated by our increasing number of clients desiring to have representation on a statewide and regional basis. Having originally opened in the suburb of Blue Ash, we eventually moved permanently into the downtown business district.
1999 We opened our fourth office in Sandusky, Ohio.
2000 We opened our fifth office in Akron, Ohio.
2001 We opened our sixth office in Toledo, Ohio.
2003 We opened our seventh office in Youngstown, Ohio.
2005 Stephen E. Walters was named Managing Partner.
2006 We opened our first office outside of Ohio. Our eighth office was opened in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky.
2007 Expanding our Kentucky presence, we opened our ninth office in Lexington.
2008 Reminger celebrates our 50th anniversary.
2009 We opened our 10th office in Louisville, Kentucky.
2012 Further expanding throughout the Midwest, we opened our 11th office in Indianapolis, Indiana.
2015 Continuing our expansion west, Reminger opened our 12th office in Fort Wayne, Indiana and our 13th office in Northwest Indiana.
>Spotlight: Ronald Fresco
Ron has handled all types of disputes involving occupational injuries and accidents before the administrative agencies and various courts of Ohio as well as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Ron's practice also includes counseling employers, third-party administrators and service providers in their business relationships before the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation.