Craig T. Matthews Honored as Top 100 Ohio Litigator
Craig Matthews has been selected as one of the Top 100 Litigation Lawyers in the State of Ohio by the American Society of Legal Advocates. The American Society of Legal Advocates is an invitation-only, nationwide organization of elite lawyers in practice today, drawing its membership from lawyers who combine stellar legal credentials with a proven commitment to community engagement and the highest professional standards.
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From offices in Dayton and Cincinnati, our attorneys help individuals and businesses avoid serious issues with careful planning. Craig T. Matthews & Associates, LPA resolves disputes with effective negotiation based upon thorough preparation. Clients in communities throughout western, central and southern Ohio, including West Chester, Lebanon, and Springboro, can expect confident, professional and rigorous advocacy. Call Us Today »
Passionate Advocates for the Elderly
We help the elderly and their loved ones recover from elder fraud, scams and financial abuse. At the law firm of Craig T. Matthews & Associates, LPA, we protect those who can’t protect themselves. We are one of the few litigation firms in the Dayton, Cincinnati area that places a primary focus on elder financial abuse.
Fighting Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment is any unwelcome sexual advance or conduct on the job that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment. In real life, sexually harassing behavior ranges from repeated offensive or belittling jokes to a workplace full of offensive pornography to an outright sexual assault. It can happen to men and women, gay or straight — in other words, sexual harassment is an equal opportunity offense. Use the law to protect yourself from on-the-job harassment. Learn more about Sexual Harassment Litigation »
Experienced Litigators: Where Lawyers Go When They Need a Lawyer
Craig Matthews has provided exceptional legal services since 1978 to clients in the area of Dayton, Ohio and throughout the United States. Craig Matthews and his associate attorneys have successfully sued and aggressively defended lawsuits involving sexual harassment, elder fraud, employment termination, toxic mold and mildew, and construction defects. Craig T. Matthews has also negotiated business and employment contracts and created estate plans to smooth the way for successful transitions. View Our Practice Areas »
From offices in Dayton and Cincinnati, our lawyers litigate on behalf of the elderly and vulnerable adults.
As the number of seniors in the general population rapidly increases, we are going to see a corresponding increase in fraud perpetrated using a power of attorney. Our founding attorney, Craig Matthews, has been helping seniors and vulnerable adults recover millions of dollars in financial damages since 1978. He is recognized as one of the region’s most powerful legal advocates on behalf of senior citizens victimized by financial elder abuse and consumer fraud. Find out how we can help »
We successfully litigate cases involving sexual harassment, elder fraud, and employment, construction and business disputes. And we create estate plans to smooth the way for successful transitions.
What Our Clients Say
I can’t thank you guys enough for all your kindness, support and hard work on my case. You’ll never know how much it means to me. – T.M.
Thank you with all my heart! – L.B.
Dori, Thank you so much for all your help and being so understanding. Thank Craig too for fighting to prevent persons being abused and taken advantage of.
Craig and team – Thank you for all of your time, effort and hard work. My family and I really appreciate everything you have done for our case. I only wish you could have met my brother. You are giving us the support we need with seeking justice for my brother. We can’t thank you enough. You’re the best! - T. B.
Thank you for taking my case and handling all the necessary legal work that was involved. My family nor I are able to thank you enough for all you have done. Hope you and your family have a happy holiday. – C.
Thank you for taking your valuable time to respond to my question from you online contact submission form. I am truly grateful and appreciative. God Bless. - S.S.
Thank you so much Craig and Dori for your invaluable help to me and my family! - C.M.
All of us are truly grateful for your interest, support, and diligent efforts to resolve our case. Would you extend your thanks to your staff who have been so very willing to answer questions and assist on our behalf. – D.K.
Craig! I appreciate you and your team putting on the gloves again on my behalf! A special thanks to Dori for her graciousness and efficiency when I call. You and your team inspire great confidence. Thank you. – E.S.C.
Somehow, just saying “thank you” doesn’t seem like enough. But I hope you know how much your kindness has meant to me. Thank you for everything! – C.P.
CP and JH
Thank you so much for everything. You all worked so hard to get where we are today and I truly appreciate it. – C.P. & J.H.
Thanks for all your help! I couldn’t have done it without you! Our daughter has so much respect for you – now I know why! - M.N.
What is Sexual Harassment in the Workplace?
It’s crucial to understand all the different ways in which sexually harassing behavior takes place and how the law defines it. Sexual Harassment can take a variety of forms, including: Sexually offensive or explicit comments, jokes and questions. Degrading or sexual physical conduct. Sexual propositions or advances. Obscene acts or gestures. Obscene or explicit photos or literature within view of employees. Learn more about Sexual Harassment in the Workplace and the potential outcomes of related lawsuits »
To our Clients and Guests concernng the COVID-19 Virus: We are staying on top of the fluid situation pertaining to the pandemic. We offer videoconferencing for most consultations. And if clients must meet in person to sign documents, etc., our office areas are disinfected before and after. We follow the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and other health organizations in maintaining a safe environment. If you are not feeling well or are ill, have been around someone who is ill or have been exposed to someone diagnosed with COVID-19, we request you advise us and refrain from coming to our offices; we will make whatever arrangements are needed.