Practice Areas

  • Personal Injury

    At Connor, Kimmet & Hafenstein, Dan Connor and Chris Connor provide aggressive representation to help our clients collect money to compensate them fully and fairly for injuries suffered as a result of the carelessness and negligence of others.  If you have been injured in an auto accident, in an accident at work or as a result of the fault of someone else, we will work with you to try to make the process as easy as possible so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries while we work on getting you the compensation you deserve.

  • Professional Licensure

    At Connor, Kimmet & Hafenstein, Dan Connor represents professionals including pharmacists, dentists and technicians, medical doctors, psychologists, nurses, funeral directors and embalmers, both with issues involving the preservation of a professional license as well as defending the professional who is charged with violating either criminal law or professional standards.

  • Workers' Compensation

    Lawyers with Connor, Kimmet & Hafenstein have represented Workers' Compensation claimants since 1974.  We are always willing to talk to you and answer your questions about workers' compenstion and there is no fee for an initial client consultation.  If you retain our office to assist you, our fees are contingent in nature so that you do not owe any legal fees unless you are awarded a monetary award.  There are no fees for attending hearings or charges

  • Social Security

    Connor, Kimmet & Hafenstein began representing applicants for Social Security Disability in 1974. Today, a claim for Social Security Benefits is an extensive, complicated process which is very difficult to pursue without competent legal counsel.

  • Expungement

    Ohio's equivalent of an expungement is a "sealing." Sealing allows first-time offenders to petition the court for the sealing of a conviction record. To be eligible, one must not have any current charges pending, or prior or subsequent criminal convictions, other than minor misdemeanors and those arising from the same incident.