Serious Injury, Product Liability, Real Estate, Trust & Estates, Corporate, Motor Vehicle Collision, Trucking Accident, Pedestrian Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Bicycle Accidents
Theran J. Selph, Sr., his wife, and five children reside in northwest Columbus since his graduation from the Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University. Mr. Selph actively volunteers in his school and church communities. Mr. Selph is a board member for the Worthington Kilbourne High School Wolves Athletic Association supporting those student athletes with improved facilities and equipment. Mr. Selph also chairs the Central Ohio Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society and enjoys mentoring Moritz law students. Mr. Selph participates in the Columbus Bar Association.
Mr. Selph’s introduction to law came as a businessman who bought a defective semi-truck. In that product liability claim, Mr. Selph learned the value of a good attorney. Mr. Selph returned to college and finished at the Moritz College of Law. Beginning in a Columbus litigation firm, Mr. Selph focused on insurance and real estate cases. Later in a regional law firm, Mr. Selph continued litigating insurance, injury, and real estate cases. In 2009, Mr. Selph returned to his roots opening a practice to instead help real people solve real problems.
Since leaving his prior corporate defense practice, Mr. Selph finds professional fulfillment in helping real persons with injuries recover from defective products, negligent professionals, indifferent property owners, and careless drivers. Living the Golden Rule, Mr. Selph personally learned the value of a good attorney as a small business owner and strives to provide our clients with the same or better legal representation than the insurer or company on the other side is receiving. Under Mr. Selph, our team approach successfully prosecuted the following types of cases, among others:
- Wrongful death recovery for the probate estate of a business owner killed at work.
- Product liability recovery for a client whose hand was cut by a defective beer bottle.
- Shoulder replacement recovery for a client rear-ended in a low impact motor vehicle collision.