Rick is a shareholder with Reminger Co. L.P.A.  Rick has concentrated his legal practice in the areas of legal malpractice and medical malpractice, and he has completed over 50 jury trials. His ‘first-chair’ trial experience and rate of success sets him apart in the legal community. 

Rick also has significant practices in Indiana and Kentucky. Rick joined the firm with years of experience as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Rick utilizes the skills and tactics he learned as a Special Agent to fully investigate and defend his clients’ interests in all aspects of litigation. 

As a result of his dedication to his clients and his courtroom skill, Rick has received a number of significant honors specific to his prowess as an attorney.

Honors & Recognitions

Recognized as a Best Lawyer 2021, Criminal Defense: White-Collar, Cincinnati

Recognized as a Best Lawyer 2021, Medical Malpractice Law - Defendants, Cincinnati

Recognized as a Rising Star by Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine 


AV Preeminent Rating - the "Highest Possible Rating in both Legal Ability & Ethical Standards" 2011-2020

Community & Professional

Ohio State Bar Association

Cincinnati Bar Association


For a more complete list of trial results, please contact attorney.


Speaking Engagements

  • The Practical Aspects of Choosing and Retaining Medical Experts in Medical Malpractice Litigation
    Medical Protective Indiana Insureds Physicians - Fort Wayne, IN, Dec 6, 2012
  • Medical Malpractice in Indiana
    CNA HealthPro Division - Chicago, IL, Oct 26, 2012



  • Eye Bank and Employee are Immune from Liability under Uniform Anatomical Gift Act
    Published case:Daniel Siegel, et al. v. Life Center Organ Donor Network, et al., 2011-Ohio-6032, Jul 23, 2012
  • Ireton v. J.T.D. Realty Investments, LLC 162 Ohio Misc. 2d 1, 2010-Ohio-6692, May 2, 2011
  • When Limitation Period Applicable To Physician Is Tolled, Such Tolling Also Applies To Claim Against The Hospital Based On Vicarious Liability
    Published Case: Tausch v. Riverview Health Institute, LLC, 187 Ohio St. 3d, 173, 2010-Ohio-509, Sep 30, 2010
  • "Discovery Rule" did not toll statute of limitations for claim arising out of work place chemical exposure
    Published case Doane, et al. v. Givaudan Flavors Corp., et al. 184 Ohio App. 3d 26, 2009-Ohio-4989, Jan 18, 2010


J.D., University of Dayton, 1998

B.S., University of Cincinnati, magna cum laude, 1995


  • State of Ohio, 1998
  • Commonwealth of Kentucky, 2006
  • State of Indiana, 2011
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