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Meet Our Team

Attorney Kenny Podor

Kenny Podor


Kenny is the managing partner and founder of the Podor Law Firm, LLC. Kenny has been practicing personal injury law since 1978. He attended Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio and earned his J. D. from Cleveland State University John Marshall College of Law.

Attorney Jesse Podor

Jesse Podor


Jesse is a partner at the Podor Law Firm and practices in the Bradenton, Florida office. Jesse was born in Cleveland, OH. In 2001, Jesse moved to Bradenton and attended Bradenton Christian School. He earned his J. D. from the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2016. Prior to completing his J. D. , Jesse completed his B. S. in Sport Management from the University of Florida.

Attorney Daren Niemi

Daren Niemi

Attorney (Of-Counsel)

Daren is an associate attorney in the Solon, Ohio office. Daren went to Hiram College, where he double-majored in Environmental Studies and Theatre. While at Hiram, Daren played rugby and was a member of the Environmental Club. He spent 6 years as a fishing guide in Alaska before attending Cleveland Marshall College of Law, where he was an active member of the Trial Team. During his first year with Trial Team, he and his partner were finalists in the Texas Young Lawyers Association regional qualifying match. He graduated from Cleveland Marshall in 2015.

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Tony Barone


Tony is an associate attorney in the Solon, Ohio office. Tony was born and raised in Akron, Ohio. He attended The College of Wooster and studied Sociology. He earned his J.D. from Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 2015. 

Cody Podor

Cody Podor

Executive Director

Cody is the Executive Director of The Podor Law Firm. He served in pastoral ministry for 13 years and earned his Ph. D. from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. His years in pastoral ministry provided him significant experience in caring well for others and exercising effective organizational leadership.

Principal offices Solon, Ohio and Bradenton, Florida. Firm attorneys are licensed in Ohio and Florida will associate local council in other jurisdictions. Clients not accepted in states where unauthorized by state bar rules. The attorney you see in our advertisements may not be the attorney who does your case. Injury cases that happen in states other than Ohio and Florida for a variety of reasons including diversity jurisdiction, agreement of the parties, acquiescence to venue and jurisdiction, and perhaps other reasons can be brought in Florida and/or Ohio or other jurisdictions that could lead to a more favorable outcome.

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