Julie represents physicians, residents, hospitals, nurses and other medical providers when faced with a professional negligence claim. She also provides representation to medical professionals during investigations by professional associations and boards, and to attorneys facing legal malpractice claims.

Before focusing her practice in professional negligence defense, Julia represented several local and national railroads in litigation matters, and has also represented businesses and individuals in defending claims involving serious injury and wrongful death throughout Northwest Ohio. During her career, Julie has assisted clients in analyzing and evaluating risk, not only for the defense of cases but also for future programs, policies and procedures.

Professional Negligence

  • Julia has successfully defended medical and legal professionals in malpractice cases throughout Northwest Ohio. She has been successful lead trial counsel on numerous cases in multiple counties in Northwest Ohio, even while prioritizing successful conclusions to cases without payment short of trial whenever possible.

Serious Injury and Wrongful Death Cases

  • Julia’s experience in defending railroad FELA cases and professional negligence cases has made her particularly knowledgeable in trial preparation and strategy for the catastrophic injury/wrongful death case.  Her defense experience includes the successful conclusion of a serious class-action medical negligence case, and defense verdicts in multiple trials both in the professional negligence and Federal Employers’ Liability Act Venues.

Contact Julie

Office Toledo, Ohio  Email jwiley@rcolaw.com
P 419-418-6919
Assistant Lynne Haney  Email lhaney@rcolaw.com
P 419-418-6466
  • Get to know Julie 

    I have always had many varied interests, beginning in college where I double-majored in History and English, and double-minored in Philosophy and Accounting because I “just couldn’t decide.” My love of research and analysis have served me well in history-related projects over the years, from researching family history, to Monclova, Ohio’s history, and most recently, the War of 1812 and The Battle of Fallen Timbers.  I am  directly involved with The Ohio State University’s Forensic Anthropology Team searching for the original location of Fort Jennings, a War of 1812 fort, and have authored three coloring and activity books for children for War of 1812 historical sites – Fort Jennings, Fort Meigs and The Battle of Lake Erie. 

    I have been very involved in Girl Scouts as a girl and a leader, and I still enjoy planning programs and camps for scouts. I also express my creative side as a kiln-formed glass artist as well as playing and performing music.

 

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