Randy Byrd, Esq.
Licensed to practice in Ohio, attorney Randy Byrd works hard to get our clients the settlement they deserve.
Mr. Byrd received his Bachelor of Science, in 1980 from the University of Cincinnati. From 1980-1989 he served as a Pretrial, Mediation and Diversion Officer for the Commonwealth of Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts
In 1988, Randy Byrd graduated from the J.D. Chase College of Law, at Northern Kentucky University. He was admitted to the Ohio Bar in 1989 and the Kentucky Bar in 1990.
From 1989-1991, Mr. Byrd was the Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, in the Athens County Ohio Prosecutor’s Office. From 1991-1992 he served as Staff Attorney to Justice Donald Wintersheimer of the Kentucky Supreme Court.
1993-1996 Mr. Byrd practiced law at Kreiner and Peters. He then continued his practice at the Law Offices of Arnold S. Levine from
Since 2003, Randy Byrd has been an attorney with the Law Offices of Blake R. Maislin, LLC. Mr. Byrd is also admitted in the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky, United States District Court
The attorneys of Blake Maislin, LLC, provide the highest quality personal injury representation possible to clients throughout Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. We offer each client the experience and resources of a large firm with multiple locations for your convenience. We tailor our approach specifically to your case and you will enjoy the responsiveness and attention that we provide.
Our lawyers not only attended some of the highest ranked and most prestigious law schools but also come with the legal experience and training necessary to handle your legal needs knowledgeably, efficiently and creatively. No case is too small or too large. We have the experience and staff to help you no matter what.
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