Benjamin P. Pfouts | Kisling, Nestico & Redick
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Benjamin P. Pfouts

attorney at law

Benjamin P. Pfouts has spent his entire career representing those who have been injured or wronged due to the careless and reckless actions of others. This usually means taking on insurance companies and other large corporations which, all too often, refuse to take responsibility for the harms they cause.

Ben has tried many jury trials in various courts throughout northern and central Ohio. Many of the verdicts obtained by Ben were more than double what the insurance company was willing to offer as a settlement, and most were more than what was offered. Ben attributes this to the unreasonable positions that insurance companies often take, the amount of work and time he devotes to each case, and taking the time to listen to his clients.

In addition, Ben has successfully argued and won in multiple Courts of Appeals in Ohio, the Ohio Supreme Court, and the Supreme Court of the United States.

Ben has been selected as an Ohio Super Lawyer® Rising Star® and Top 10 Personal Injury Attorney Under 40 Years Old by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys (NAOPIA).

When Ben isn’t working for his clients, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters, and watching Cleveland sports.

Bar Admissions

  • Ohio, 2008
  • Federal District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, 2014
  • Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2021


  • University of Dayton School of Law, Dayton, Ohio, J.D. – 2008
  • Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, B.A. – 2005

Honors & Awards

Professional Associations

  • American Association for Justice, 2010-present
  • Ohio Association for Justice, 2010-present
  • Ohio State Bar Association, 2008-present

Professional Experience

  • Amourgis & Associates, Litigation Attorney, 2014-2022
  • Chester Law Group, Litigation Attorney, 2008-2014


  • “The Elusive ‘Robinson Number’ In an Age of Balance Billing,” Ohio Association for Justice Quarterly, October 2016