Warren OH Work Injury, Disability & Personal Injury Law Firm
Legal Assistance for the Injured of Warren, Ohio
About 15 miles northwest of our original home in Youngstown, Heller, Maas, Moro & Magill Co., LPA, also maintains offices in Warren, Ohio, to serve injured workers and those that cannot work due to a physical or mental disability in Trumbull County.
Warren is a city of 41,557 with a history dating to Colonial days. Warren served as the capital of the Connecticut Western Reserve, which was an extension of the State of Connecticut that included a 120-mile piece of frontier land in what would one day be Northeastern Ohio.
Also the seat of Trumbull County as of 1801, Warren became the religious, social and commercial hub of the early Western Reserve. For more than 30 years after its settlement, Warren was the largest and most prosperous town in the Mahoning Valley.
The Connecticut Land Company Office, where tracts of the Western Reserve were sold, is home today to the Trumbull County Tourism Bureau.
Our home in Warren is at 8096 East Market Street, Suite 2, a couple of miles west of the Avalon Golf and Country Club and the State Route 82 / SR 11 interchange.Phone (330) 393-6602.
Contact Heller, Maas, Moro & Magill Co. in Warren for help obtaining benefits from Ohio workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability.
Heller, Maas, Moro & Magill Co., L.P.A.
8096 E. Market St. Suite 2
Warren, OH 44484
Hours of Operation
- Monday 8:00AM-4:30PM
- Tuesday 8:00AM-4:30PM
- Wednesday 8:00AM-4:30PM
- Thursday 8:00AM-4:30PM
- Friday 8:00AM-4:00PM
- Saturday Closed
- Sunday Closed
Scheduled appointments after hours
Warren, Ohio: Home to Well-Known American Brands
Another neighbor of ours on East Market Street is Covelli Enterprises, one of the nation’s top restaurant companies, which makes its headquarters in Warren.
Covelli is the creator of Panera Bread and maintains control of some 175 of the upscale sandwich shops in Ohio, four other U.S. states and Canada. Covelli, which started out as a major McDonald’s franchisee, also owns many O’Charley’s and Dairy Queen restaurants in the Mahoning Valley and beyond.
Warren is also home to Packard, a company most well-known for its namesake automobile, but which began as the Packard Electric Company in 1890. In 1899, the first Packard Motor Car was built in Warren at the Packard Electric Company’s subsidiary plant, the New York and Ohio Company on North Street (now Dana Street).
Today, Delphi Packard Automotive is a global manufacturer and distributor of automotive parts with a 120,000-square-foot plant on North River Road in Warren.
The Delphi Packard Electrical/Electronic Architecture Technical Center and Testing Facility is located in Champion Township just outside of Warren. The state-of-the-art technical center’s capabilities expose products to the most stringent dynamic, environmental, physical and electro-mechanical capabilities testing as required by the military, the transportation industry and a broad range of other industries. The company is also innovative in fuel cell and high-tech battery research.
However, the heart of the automotive industry in the Youngstown-Warren area remains the General Motors Lordstown Complex. It is home to the company’s award-winning Chevrolet Cruze, one of the GM’s best sellers since its introduction in 2010.
Warren, Ohio, Attractions Steeped in History
The legacy of the Packard brothers’ electric company, luxury automobile and other innovations in Northeastern Ohio are documented in the National Packard Museum and are celebrated with the W.D.Packard Music Hall, both in Warren. The museum collects, preserves and exhibits a world class collection of automobiles, artifacts and documents, and hosts educational programs and special events. The theater presents concerts, Broadway touring productions, ballets, children’s programs, and many other programs.
The Sutliff Museum, which is located in the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library, features the life and times of the Sutliff family, who were very active in Trumbull County’s abolition movement and played significant roles in the Underground Railroad. As early as 1823, local citizens were helping fugitive slaves escape to the North.
By 1837, Trumbull County had 30 anti-slavery societies with membership totaling close to 1,500. And according to historians, Trumbull County’s 153 miles of escape routes on the Underground Railroad were more than in any other county in Ohio. The Warren-Ashtabula Turnpike, which is known today as State Route 45 (Mahoning Avenue), was the most direct route to Canada. “Stations” were scattered throughout the county and there were 22 official “conductors.” Many of those hiding places are still standing today.
Across from the library and Sutliff Museum stands the 1840 Upton House, the third oldest surviving house on Mahoning Avenue in Warren. It is open to the public and commemorates the life of Harriett Taylor Upton, a key player on America’s women’s suffrage movement.
The Upton House became the temporary home of the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1903, when the organization moved to Warren at Mrs. Upton’s request. In 1905 the headquarters relocated in the west wing of the new Trumbull County Courthouse and remained there until late 1909 when it was moved to New York City.
Women’s Park in Warren’s Historic District is a project of the Harriet Taylor Upton Association. A stone bridge spans a bubbling brook, and walkways and courtyards of inscribed bricks celebrate the lives of the women who have contributed to Warren, Trumbull County and the Western Reserve.
Millionaires Row in the historic district features architecture that was prominent during the Victorian era. These structures, which were once stately homes and mansions, today house businesses, offices and museums.Among them is the Perkins Mansion, which has served as Warren’s City Hall since 1934 and is open for self-guided tours.
Another historic spot in Warren is located at 2487 Parkman Road, where on July 26, 1936, a 6-year-old Neil A. Armstrong took his first airplane ride in a Ford Tri-Motor airplane — a Tin Goose — from Warren Airways located on Parkman Road. The First Flight Lunar Module, a half-scale replica of Apollo 11’s lunar landing module, marks the spot in commemoration of Armstrong’s more famous ride 30 years later.
Our Attorneys Fight for the Warren, Ohio, Community
Heller, Maas, Moro & Magill Co., has roots in Warren and in Northeastern Ohio. The three lawyers who founded our firm were already legal veterans of the Mahoning Valley when they formed their partnership in 1985. But mostly our firm is a provider of trusted legal advice for the people of Warren when they face hard times due to workplace injury or the loss of a loved one. We work to ensure that programs designed to assist injured workers — like the Ohio Workers’ Compensation Bureau –programs designed to assist those who are unable to work due to a physical or mental disability like Social Security Disability — work as they are intended.
We fight the system for the benefit of the injured and disabled. They are our neighbors. Members of our Warren, Ohio, community.