Bill Blessing founded The Blessing Law Firm in 1987 to serve the Cincinnati community with honesty, compassion, and expertise. He continued to build his practice based on these principles while helping hard-working people navigate the challenges of the sometimes complex legal process. That dedication, along with an unrelenting pursuit of justice, remains at the heart of the firm he founded.
After earning his undergraduate degree from the College of William and Mary in 1971, Bill went on to receive his Juris Doctorate from the University of Virginia in 1976. Since then, he has focused on trial law, gaining an unwavering reputation in cases concerning federal statutory torts, as well as commercial and consumer fraud litigation. Bill has litigated a number of cases that have resulted in seminal case in Ohio’s federal and state courts. He is a member of the bar for the State of Ohio, the Supreme Court of Virginia, the United States Supreme Court, and local district and appeals courts.
In addition to his tireless advocacy for the hard-working people of Cincinnati in the courtroom, Mr. Blessing has been deeply devoted to the Cincinnati community and relishes opportunities to serve his neighbors. He has been honored to serve as the President and Trustee for the Appalachian Community Development Association. Bill also is a Trustee Emeritus for both the Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio and the Easter Seals Work Resource Center. He remains involved in his local community and committed to the people of Cincinnati.
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