Mark Riegel, Partner Personal Injury attorney

Mark R. Riegel

Of Counsel

A Successful Litigator

Mr. Riegel has over 44 years of legal experience. He focuses on representing clients in litigation matters in the following types of legal cases:

He also maintains a general practice which includes:

Appointments with Mr. Riegel can be arranged in both our Lancaster and Canal Winchester offices. Locations for these offices can be found under the Our Locations page.

Experience That Matters

Mr. Riegel has significant trial experience and is a proven litigator who works, on behalf of his clients’ interests, to obtain winning verdicts. He obtained a $2.8 million damages verdict, one of the largest awarded in Fairfield County, in a summary jury trial involving wrongful death and personal injury.

As an experienced and successful litigator, Mr. Riegel has written and lectured extensively on the evaluation and settlement of personal injury cases for attorney seminars.

Mr. Riegel is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a group whose membership is limited to trial lawyers who have won million-dollar verdicts and settlements;

and a member of the Fairfield County Bar Association.

A Leader in Our Community

Mr. Riegel has served on the boards of several Fairfield County organizations, including:

  • The American Red Cross of Fairfield County
  • Fairfield County Aids Task Force
  • Student Mediation Support Board
  • Lancaster Festival; Celebrating Art, Music & Community


Mr. Riegel received his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio, and his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in Columbus, Ohio.


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