Victor P. Kademeos was born in Portsmouth, Ohio on January 10, 1945. He is the youngest of three children and spent his formative years in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Wheeling, West Virginia areas. He is married to Evon Kademenos and has two daughters, Jessica and Adrienne. Victor previously lived in Mansfield, Ohio, until moving to Sandusky in 2002.
Victor is the senior partner with the law firm of Calhoun, Kademenos, & Childress, Co. LPA and heads the contingency litigation department. His day-to-day practice involves the representation of clients in Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation matters. Victor has represented clients in virtually every county in Ohio throughout his career. In addition has represented the majority of the larger corporations in Richland County in defense of Workers' Compensation claims.
Calhoun, Kademenos & Childress is a full-service law firm which also has attorneys in practice areas such as bankruptcy, criminal, domestic, employment, collection, corporate, probate and estate law.
Victor attended Linsley Military Institute in Wheeling, West Virginia. Upon graduation he attended Ohio University in Athens, Ohio where her received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and Economics with honors and a minor in Zoology and Biology and was designated Phi Beta Kappa. Upon graduation from Ohio University, he attended Ohioi State University, College of Law, and received his Juris Doctorate Degree in Law in 1971.
Victor is a member of the Richland County Bar Association, Erie County Bar Association, Ottawa County Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He is a past chairman of the Worker's Compensation Committee of the Ohio Bar Association as well as a member of the special legislative Committee relating to WC legislation in the State of Ohio.
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