Andrew Kimble took my case on and I could not be more pleased with the results achieved. These attorneys not only showed great attention to detail but were also sensitive to how hard it was on me. I will forever be grateful for all of the work they put into winning my case.
Andrew is one of the founding partners of Biller & Kimble, LLC. Andrew represents employees in actions against their employers. He represents a wide range of workers—delivery drivers, servers, bartenders, bussers, exotic dancers, workers misclassified as “independent contractors,” and others.
Before returning home to Ohio, Andrew represented the rights of employees in New York City. Andrew has helped to recover tens of millions of dollars in unpaid wages and damages on behalf of blue-collar workers.
From Andrew: “My clients trust me, and I trust my clients.
We are a team, working together to put on the best case possible. It is my clients who lived through whatever circumstances have given rise to the lawsuit, not me. So, I seek their input, trust their insights, and try my best to understand and achieve their goals at every step along the way. Nothing is more satisfying to me than when my clients realize the power they have and decide to stand up for their rights.”
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D. (2011)
University of Dayton, B.A. (2007)
Obtained a jury verdict valued at over $300,000 for a single employee asserting unpaid minimum wage and retaliation claims in Northeast Ohio.
Part of a legal team that obtained a $4 million jury verdict on behalf of two plaintiffs in race discrimination bellwether trial in the Eastern District of Texas.
Granted temporary restraining order against Ohio High School Athletic Association regarding eligibility of high school soccer player.
Obtained summary judgment of over $750,000 in favor of four workers at Los Arrieros Mexican Restaurant in Bucyrus, Ohio based on claims for unpaid minimum wage and overtime wages.
Successfully represented nationwide classes of middle managers and shift supervisors against various prominent chain retailers and fast-food chains.
Helped class of exotic dancers at New York City-area strip clubs to recover unpaid minimum wages, unpaid overtime, and unlawful deductions from their employer.