John Sellins is a long-serving attorney at Droder & Miller, having joined the firm in 1976.
John's practice focuses on civil litigation for small business, insurance companies and individual clients.
He is heavily engaged in health care law issues, personal injury actions and social security representation.
John's analytical approach to the practice of law assures his clients that not only are the details important in their cases, but that the interpretation of the law defines how he approaches each case successfully.
He enjoys teaching law at Indiana Wesleyan University as an adjunct. John is a frequent speaker on insurance law topics for continuing legal education seminars.
John was admitted the bar to practice law in Ohio in 1976 and the United States District Court, Southern District of Ohio and the United States 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. He was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States in 2007.
He is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Cincinnati Bar Association and a member of that association’s Unauthorized Practice of Law committee.
During his career, John has enjoyed providing leadership and organizational skills to a variety of community organizations such as the Transforming Jail Ministries. He is a long-time church volunteer and member of various governance committees for the Mount Washington Presbyterian Church.
He also volunteers at Habitat House.
To reach John, call 513-721-1504, Ext. 202, or email jsellins@DroderMiller.com