Brian A. Tarian

Partner

Columbus
155 East Broad Street
PNC Plaza, 12th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215
P 614.723.2028
F 614.453.8930
E btarian@ralaw.com
Cincinnati
250 East Fifth Street, Suite 310
Cincinnati, OH 45202
P 513.361.0200
F 513.361.0335
Toledo
One SeaGate, Suite 1700
Toledo, OH 43604
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Brian A. Tarian

Partner

Phone: (614) 723-2028
Fax: (614) 463-9792
Email: btarian@ralaw.com

Brian focuses his practice on various aspects of workers’ compensation law and regularly attends hearings before all levels of the Industrial Commission. His clients include employers ranging from closely held corporations and family owned businesses, to Fortune 500 companies. He also represents businesses in the manufacturing, automotive, health care, hospitality, and retail industries. Brian assists clients with claims management and offers advice regarding the management of individual claims, as well as the management of the entire Workers’ Compensation program for clients.

Representative Matters

  • Professional experience is entirely in workers' compensation
  • Attend hearings before all levels of the Industrial Commission
  • Successfully defended a workers’ compensation claim against an auto maintenance company where the store manager caught an employee on fire as a result of horseplay. An investigation company was engaged to perform an accident reconstruction to show that the incident as alleged did not occur.
  • Assisted a client who was suspicious of dishonest behavior of a claimant in obtaining both the termination of temporary total compensation benefits and the settlement of this claim for a nominal dollar amount based on substantial surveillance of this claimant. This claimant was attempting to deceive his treating physicians that he was permanently and totally disabled and a large savings in claims costs resulted from these efforts.
  • A claim had been allowed against an out-of-state client prior to being represented by Roetzel & Andress. Documentation was prepared and submitted to the Industrial Commission that eventually resulted in the denial of this claim. Also, client testimony was prepared and presented to the Industrial Commission to establish that the claimant was an independent contractor and as such was not entitled to a workers’ compensation claim against our client.

Education

  • 1982, J.D., The University of Akron School of Law
  • 1977, B.A., Georgetown University

Professional Affiliations

  • Ohio State Bar Association, Workers' Compensation Committee
  • Columbus Bar Association
  • Central Ohio Self-Insurers Association
  • Ohio Oil and Gas Association (OOGA)
  • Buckeye STEPS - Oil and Gas Industry Safety Group

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