Philip S. Heebsh

Shareholder, Shareholder-in-Charge of Toledo & Detroit Offices
Toledo
One SeaGate
Suite 1700
Toledo, OH 43604
P 419.708.5390
F 419.242.0316
P 419.708.5390 | F 419.242.0316

Overview

Mr. Heebsh focuses his practice on general liability, transportation, insurance coverage and workers' compensation defense. He represents clients in state and federal courts throughout Ohio and Michigan.

Mr. Heebsh is available 24 hours a day to address transportation and other injury matters as a member of the Firm’s Emergency Response Team. As a part of this service, clients are provided with instant access to his team of experts and field investigators. Mr. Heebsh ensures that clients have a clear picture of liability and that all evidence is preserved on day one of an incident.

In addition to his court and emergency response work, Mr. Heebsh conducts risk and liability reviews for corporate clients throughout the United States. These reviews include assisting clients in establishing claim reporting and litigation preparedness protocols. Mr. Heebsh has conducted presentations on a variety of legal issues impacting employers throughout the United States.

Services

Industries

Education

  1. The University of Toledo, B.A.
    • cum laude
  2. The University of Toledo College of Law, J.D.

Credentials

Bar Admissions
  1. Michigan
  2. Ohio
Court Admissions
  1. U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio

Affiliations

Professional Affiliations
  • Ohio Self Insured Association
  • Northwest Ohio Self Insured Association

Insights

  1. Alerts
    N.J. Court Requires Reimbursement for Marijuana Use as Part of Workers’ Compensation Case (Jan 23, 2020)
    A Parent’s Attendance at IEP Meetings Found to be Eligible for Leave Under the Family Medical Leave Act (Jan 22, 2020)
    Department of Labor Revises Joint Employment Regulations (Jan 13, 2020)
    What Makes an Undue Hardship in Religious Accommodation? Change May be on the Horizon (Jan 8, 2020)
    Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down Key Obamacare Rule (Dec 19, 2019)
  2. Presentations
    “2017 Roetzel Labor & Employment Law Breakfast Briefings” - Roetzel's Labor & Employment Law Seminar Series (2017)
    "The SMART Act, ORC 4113.23 and Ohio Employment Qualification Act" - Akron Bar Association Annual CLE Seminar (2015)
    "Workers’ Compensation in Ohio in the Court of Common Pleas, Courts of Appeal and Mandamus Actions" - Wal-Mart Workers Comp. National Counsel Meeting (2014)
  3. Firm News
    Heebsh Named Shareholder-in-Charge of Roetzel’s Toledo Office (Jan 1, 2020)
    Roetzel & Andress Welcomes Philip S. Heebsh to Toledo Office (Oct 7, 2015)

Overview

Mr. Heebsh focuses his practice on general liability, transportation, insurance coverage and workers' compensation defense. He represents clients in state and federal courts throughout Ohio and Michigan.

Mr. Heebsh is available 24 hours a day to address transportation and other injury matters as a member of the Firm’s Emergency Response Team. As a part of this service, clients are provided with instant access to his team of experts and field investigators. Mr. Heebsh ensures that clients have a clear picture of liability and that all evidence is preserved on day one of an incident.

In addition to his court and emergency response work, Mr. Heebsh conducts risk and liability reviews for corporate clients throughout the United States. These reviews include assisting clients in establishing claim reporting and litigation preparedness protocols. Mr. Heebsh has conducted presentations on a variety of legal issues impacting employers throughout the United States.

Education

  1. The University of Toledo, B.A.
    • cum laude
  2. The University of Toledo College of Law, J.D.

Credentials

Bar Admissions
  1. Michigan
  2. Ohio
Court Admissions
  1. U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio

Affiliations

Professional Affiliations
  • Ohio Self Insured Association
  • Northwest Ohio Self Insured Association

Insights

  1. Alerts
    N.J. Court Requires Reimbursement for Marijuana Use as Part of Workers’ Compensation Case (Jan 23, 2020)
    A Parent’s Attendance at IEP Meetings Found to be Eligible for Leave Under the Family Medical Leave Act (Jan 22, 2020)
    Department of Labor Revises Joint Employment Regulations (Jan 13, 2020)
    What Makes an Undue Hardship in Religious Accommodation? Change May be on the Horizon (Jan 8, 2020)
    Federal Appeals Court Strikes Down Key Obamacare Rule (Dec 19, 2019)
  2. Presentations
    “2017 Roetzel Labor & Employment Law Breakfast Briefings” - Roetzel's Labor & Employment Law Seminar Series (2017)
    "The SMART Act, ORC 4113.23 and Ohio Employment Qualification Act" - Akron Bar Association Annual CLE Seminar (2015)
    "Workers’ Compensation in Ohio in the Court of Common Pleas, Courts of Appeal and Mandamus Actions" - Wal-Mart Workers Comp. National Counsel Meeting (2014)
  3. Firm News
    Heebsh Named Shareholder-in-Charge of Roetzel’s Toledo Office (Jan 1, 2020)
    Roetzel & Andress Welcomes Philip S. Heebsh to Toledo Office (Oct 7, 2015)