The Bushorn Firm is a boutique law firm offering unique services to its clients. We fight for individuals and employees who seek employer-provided benefits usually governed by the federal law ERISA, such as long-term disability, short-term disability, life insurance, death benefits, severance benefits, pensions, and health care benefits. We also represent employees who seek unpaid wages and assist with executive non-compete and employment agreements. We work with individuals from every sector, including nurses, doctors, lawyers, employees in the financial sector, construction workers, secretaries, and factory workers. We work to protect your rights against insurance companies and employers throughout Ohio, Kentucky, and the United States. The Bushorn Firm understands that it is a difficult time for those who face serious health conditions, and we strive to make the process as easy as possible for them. Call today to speak with an attorney who will give you personalized attention and fight for your rights.
Claire W. Bushorn Danzl understands the laws associated with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), contract law, and other areas of the law that will help you win your case but that the insurance company will use against you, if you are unrepresented. Claire is devoted to serving her clients with courtesy, professionalism, skill, and knowledge.
Claire graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, and prior to that The Ohio State University. She is licensed to practice law in Ohio and Kentucky, before the Southern District of Ohio, Northern District of Ohio, Eastern District of Kentucky, Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
Claire W. Bushorn Danzl belongs to the American Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, the Cincinnati Bar Association, and the Kentucky Bar Association, and is a member of the ABA Section of Labor and Employment Law’s Employee Benefits Committee.
Prior to founding The Bushorn Firm, Claire represented individuals and class members in ERISA, wage and hour, and employment discrimination litigation. In addition, she has represented labor unions on a variety of matters, including contract negotiations, grievances and arbitrations, and internal union matters, and before the NLRB as well as litigation in state and federal courts.
In her free time, Claire enjoys running, gardening, listening to live music, and exploring her neighborhood – Northside – with her husband and greyhound dog, Junebug. Claire is committed to community service, and offers pro bono legal services for the Volunteer Lawyers Project for the poor, a joint effort of the Cincinnati Bar Association and the Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati. She also volunteers as a legal guardian for a local nonprofit, Cincinnati Area Senior Services.