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Lawyer Overview for Lucas County

Population:
430,300+
/
Number of active lawyers:
2,500+
/
Ohio State Bar Association:
website

Featured Lawyers in Lucas County

Haims Timmers LLC

Google rating
5
21 years in practice
Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
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Paulozzi LPA Injury Lawyers

Google rating
4.9
29 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect, Personal Injury
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The Boerst Law Office, INC.

Google rating
5
13 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Criminal Defense, DUI Law, Personal Injury
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Haims Timmers LLC

Google rating
5
21 years in practice
Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
View Profile

Paulozzi LPA Injury Lawyers

Google rating
4.9
29 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect, Personal Injury
View Profile

The Boerst Law Office, INC.

Google rating
5
13 years in practice
Auto Accidents, Criminal Defense, DUI Law, Personal Injury
View Profile

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About Lucas County, Ohio

After years of conflict, the Battle of Fallen Timbers saw the victory of American forces under General Anthony Wayne over the allied Indian forces. It took place near Maumee on August 20, 1794. After the defeat of the Native force, the Northwest Territory was opened for white settlement. The Odawa people had trade relations with Fort Detroit and the French since 1701. They occupied the majority of Northwest Ohio. Other Odawa were found in southeast Michigan and further north on this peninsula. They gave up a lot of the territory in the Treaty of Greenville, but they retained control of the lands along the Maumee River through the War of 1812. Ottokee, the grandson of Chief Pontiac's last Odawa tribe, left the Maumee River region to go to Kansas in 1839.

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