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Overview

About Fell & Marcus Co. LPA

In 1992, Fell & Marcus Co., LPA was formed to provide legal services to injured workers in Ohio.  However, the history of the firm dates back many years prior to its formation and the partners individually have a long history of providing legal services to the community.

George N. Fell, II, is a third-generation Toledo lawyer whose grandfather, George N. Fell, began the general practice of law in Toledo in 1898.
His father, George H. Fell, who graduated from Harvard Law School in 1933, joined the practice in the mid 1930s and subsequently began concentrating his practice in the area of workers' compensation in approximately 1963.
George N. Fell, II, graduated from The Ohio State College of Law in 1966 and, after working in Columbus as an Attorney-Examiner for the Ohio Industrial Commission and as an Ohio Assistant Attorney General, joined his father's Toledo law practice in 1969. 
George H. Fell retired from the practice of law in approximately 1982. After 50 years of practice, George N. Fell, ll retired on December 31, 2016. 

Steven E. Marcus is a 1978 graduate of The University of Toledo College of Law and began the private practice of law in Toledo after his graduation from law school. He subsequently worked as an Industrial Commission District Hearing Officer and Employee Relations Specialist for the City of Toledo before joining Fell & Fell Co., LPA as an associate in 1984. In 1990, he became a partner and the firm name was formally changed to Fell & Marcus Co., LPA.
The joining of these lawyers has allowed the firm to offer its clients over 70 years of combined legal experience in the area of workers' compensation law. The firm's goal is to provide high-quality legal services to those individuals injured in work-related accidents. The cornerstone of the practice involves representing injured workers in  workers' compensation claims.