Shawn also represents disabled individuals in Social Security disability claims, handling hearings before Administrative Law Judges in Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. By applying the skills he learned in workers’ compensation trials, he has persuasively presented cases for disability and effectively cross-examined medical and vocational experts in diligent pursuit of his clients’ interests.
Shawn earned a B.A. in Political Science from Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio in 2001. He received his Juris Doctor degree from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law in 2004. He is a member of the Ohio Association for Justice.
Outside the courtroom, Shawn enjoys spending time with his wife, Kim, whom he met in law school, and being actively engaged in his children’s activities, ranging from travel hockey and soccer to coaching volleyball. He also is an avid marathon runner. He and his family are members of St. Brendan the Navigator Parish in Hilliard, Ohio.
What Clients Are Saying About Shawn
“I started working with Shawn Wollam after my case proceeded to litigation. Shawn is a great communicator with timely responses to my calls and emails. He was extremely patient with me, and never made me feel ignored or demeaned as I am sure I asked him the same questions on multiple occasions as well as being rather emotional on some of our phone calls. I am dealing with the aftermath of a brain injury (memory loss, headaches, erratic emotions, and I cannot read or comprehend things quickly, etc.). I was relieved when Shawn didn’t make me feel more uncomfortable than I already felt. Shawn was very proactive in setting up phone calls and followed up on every piece of paperwork that was sent to me. He makes the time to communicate with me if I have any questions.”
Ms. A. Smith