Nadia Traxler is a litigator admitted to practice in the state as well as federal district courts in Ohio. Litigating cases is how she pursues her passion for advocacy. She spent five years working primarily in insurance subrogation, which afforded her opportunities to work on cases involving various issues such as product liability, insurance coverage, and construction defects. Her experience includes representing clients in civil cases from pre-litigation investigations to post-judgment collection, even representing creditors objecting to a debtor’s discharge of a debt in bankruptcy court.
Nadia is originally from Tiffin, Ohio. She was the first in her family to attend college, and graduated from Heidelberg University in her hometown after spending her junior year of college abroad in Heidelberg, Germany. She is fluent in Signing Exact English and is learning American Sign Language. As a law student at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, she worked for the Captain Jonathan D. Grassbaugh Veterans Project to help provide pro bono legal services to central Ohio veterans on certain legal issues.
Currently, Nadia is a member of several bar associations including the West Shore Bar Association, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, and the Ohio State Bar Association. She has a keen interest in how lawyers can leverage legal technology to maximize efficiency in serving clients.