A TRIAL LAWYER DEDICATED TO PEOPLE'S RIGHTS
- About Rhonda Gail Davis
- Attorney Rhonda Davis pursues cases in personal injury, medical malpractice, legal malpractice, nursing home litigation, and does pro bono work for groups which help the underprivileged and mentally/physically disabled. Rhonda has offices in Akron, Ohio and Marked Tree, Arkansas. BACKGROUND: Raised on a small farm in Bono, Arkansas, she graduated from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She received a Rotary International Graduate Scholarship to Macquarie University Law School, Sydney, Australia and graduated from University of Mississippi Law School. Licensed to practice law in Arkansas, Tennessee, and Ohio, Rhonda was an Assistant Attorney General in Tennessee's Office of Attorney General Antitrust Division, prosecuting bidriggers/pricefixers. LEADERSHIP: President of Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers in 2006-2007. Women's Caucus Chair (2007-2008), State Delegates, Board of Governors, & Executive Committee for American Association for Justice. Supreme Court of Ohio appointed her to its Board of Commissioners on Character and Fitness, where she served for 6 years. She sits on Akron Bar Association Grievance Committee.
My own personal experience with my mother's health care issues and my legal experience in nursing home cases prompts me to ask whether we should have specific limitations on the use of chemical restraints of residents. In reviewing records, sometimes we see many, many medications administered which limit the activities, alertness, and concentration abilities of the elderly. What do you think of the use of these drugs for the elderly?
The Supreme Court of Ohio has asked Ohio lawyers to help with foreclosure cases in the courts, especially those which may have predatory lending issues in them. Should the legal system hold predatory lenders accountable, with real penalties and repercussions for their actions? Should the legal system handle foreclosures in a separate, distinct court? What are your thoughts?
I am interested in hearing your thoughts about the ways that property and casualty insurance companies handle your insurance claims. Do you think you have been fairly treated by the adjusters?