"Had a great experience with Biller & Kimble, the attorney I was in contact with would always get back to me within minutes of my calls. They genuinely wanted to make things right for me and were always completely honest with me about my situation. I would 10/10 recommend these guys. Shout out to Phil Krzeski for being great at what he does, dealt with me on almost a daily basis for a few months and always approached my situation in a professional manner. These guys are awesome!"
Phil is an associate at Biller & Kimble, LLC. Phil’s practice concentrates on helping employees who are victims of wage theft. He is also a part of Biller & Kimble, LLC’s personal injury practice. Coming from a trial work background, Phil uses his experience in the courtroom to effectively advocate for his clients. Phil applies an individual touch to each case, ensuring each client understands and appreciates the complexities of his or her case. As a result, numerous clients have spoken highly of how well Phil handled their cases.
From Phil: “When clients come to you with a problem, it is your job as a lawyer to understand it, and then try to solve it. In my experience, the best way to meet this goal is through attention to detail and creativity. The Biller & Kimble team excels at both. We read and re-read the facts until we know the case inside and out. Once we have that understanding, we’re able to apply and frame the law in a way that gives us the best chance of winning.”
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, J.D. (2016) (Phil was awarded the Judge Joseph Harper Memorial Award for excellence in trial advocacy.)
Xavier University, Honors Program, B.A. (2013), cum laude
Before joining Biller & Kimble, LLC, Phil worked in civil and criminal litigation matters at both public and private employers. In private practice, he was part of a trial team that overcame a summary judgment motion filed by a federal agency against a local Ohio business. He has litigated numerous personal injury matters. Of note, Philip was able to overcome a motion for summary judgment on the applicability of the Ohio personal injury damage caps for his client. This case settled in the high six-figure range.