Eric C. Deters
Chuck Holbrook (Investigator)
Kim Moore (Nurse)
Ginger Dietrich (Nurse)
Amy Plewke (Nurse)
Maria Dallas (Office Administrator)
Loretta Little (Legal Secretary)
Cheryl Jones (Legal Secretary)
Michelle Evans (Medical Records)
Sarah York (Paralegal)
Doug Hunter (Workers Comp Paralegal)
Mona Eldridge (Personal Injury Paralegal)
Kelly Gose (Personal Injury Paralegal)
Alexa Kavanaugh (Paralegal)
Kelly Matt (Paralegal)
Charles H. Deters (Ohio, KY)
Mark C. Eppley (Ohio, KY)
Stephanie L. Collins (Ohio, KY)
Erin G. Rosen (Ohio)
Law School Graduates Awaiting Bar Results
Christopher J. McCaughey
Erica C. Deters
Although Eric Deters retired as a practicing attorney, he assists the lawyers in the firm. This includes:
Eric and his wife, Mary, have six children: Cory, Erica, Charlie Ann, Cameron,Cole and Parker. Cory died in a car accident on August 14, 2010.
Eric is a licensed and practicing lawyer in Kentucky, Ohio, and Florida. However, Eric has handled cases in over half the states in the country through special permission.
Ericâ€™s legal profile on the national law website martindale.com has been on at least one occasion the #1 viewed lawyer profile in the country out of the 1.4 million lawyers in America.
In 2010, the 25,000 readers of Cincinnatiâ€™s City Beat magazine who voted, chose Eric as the #1 lawyer in Cincinnati.
Ericâ€™s law office website ericdeters.com contains extensive information and law blogs. He also produced over fifty videos covering fifty various areas of the law which the public can view for free.
The Cincinnati Enquirer dubbed Eric â€œThe Courtroom Bulldogâ€ after he led a successful legal battle over the location of a jail. The Bulldog name stuck.
The Kentucky Trial Court Review reports Eric has tried more Plaintiffâ€™s cases than any other lawyer in the state of Kentucky the last ten years.
Ericâ€™s law firm, Eric C. Deters & Partners, P.S.C., now has eighteen lawyers and is easily the fastest growing law firm in the Cincinnati, Ohio and Northern Kentucky area.
Ericâ€™s cases which have brought national media attention include the teacher sex allegation cases in 2010 of Nicole Howell who won an acquittal by jury and the 2012 case of Sarah Jones, the Captain of the NFL Cincinnati Bengal Cheerleaders, the Ben-Gals. The Nicole Howell case was featured on Bill Oâ€™Reilly and other national news networks. It is also the focus of a Lifetime story. The Sarah Jones story was covered by the Today Show, Good Morning America and other national media. Eric also represented Sarah Brady, the pregnant mother who fought off and killed a mentally disturbed woman who attempted to stab her to death and extract her baby from her womb. Not only did this bizarre story make national news and is featured on Snapped. It also is a book Saving Grace written by Eric Deters and featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show.
Eric Deters also successfully fought back against the Kentucky Bar Association who suspended his law license for several months in 2012. He was able to change several important laws pertaining to lawyer discipline.
Eric has one of the most unique law practices in the country because of the diversity of cases he handles. He represents individuals in personal injury, medical malpractice, class action, employment discrimination, criminal cases, civil rights, police and jailer misconduct and nearly every conceivable type of litigation. Read more at ericdeters.com.