Danielle S. Coleman
Danielle is proud to be a partner of LaMonica Coleman and Martello. She graduated from Lake Catholic High School in 1994 with honors. She was president of her senior class. In 1998, Ms. Coleman graduated from John Carroll University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She volunteered for a number of organizations, including Harvest for Hunger and the Humility of Mary.
Danielle earned her law degree from the University of Akron School of Law in 2001. She was involved in a number of organizations, including being the president of the Environmental Law Society and secretary of the Law Association of Women. She also was awarded the Outstanding Woman Award in 2001.
Before joining LaMonica Coleman & Martello, Danielle focused her practice on asbestos defense and worker’s compensation defense. She now primarily focuses her practice on representing injured workers. Danielle manages the majority of the firm’s administrative settlements. She attends administrative hearings and has argued successfully in front of the Industrial Commission in Columbus, Ohio. She also shares responsibilities of the firm’s worker’s compensation litigation practice.
Danielle and her husband, Chris, live in Bay Village, Ohio, and are the proud parents of a baby girl, McKenna.