Youngstown OH Work Injury, Disability & Personal Injury Law Firm
We live and work in Youngstown, Ohio
Others may look at Youngstown from the outside and see a steel city fighting back after a long decline. But we who live and work in Youngstown, Ohio, see the heart of the Mahoning Valley, warm Midwest hospitality, and an abundance of natural and manmade attractions.
The Mahoning County Convention & Visitors Bureau tagline for Youngstown is “You Belong Here,” and we sure do. Heller, Maas, Moro & Magill, Co., LPA has been serving the Mahoning Valley from Youngsville since 1985. We’re proud to be here. This is our home.
We work with injured workers from offices at 54 Westchester Drive, Suite 10, Youngstown, Ohio. Phone (330) 792-6611.
Heller, Maas, Moro & Magill Co., L.P.A.
54 Westchester Dr. Suite 10
Youngstown, OH 44515
Hours of Operation
*By Appointment Only
New Attractions, New Money in Youngstown
Our offices are just off of Ohio 11 and Mahoning Avenue in Austintown, only blocks from Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley, the $250 million resort that offers thoroughbred racing, casino games, shows and dining. Since opening in September 2014, Hollywood Gaming has generated the most revenue per video lottery terminal of the state’s seven racinos and expanded in 2015.
Youngstown’s entertainment bookend to Hollywood Gaming is the Covelli Centre downtown, a multi-purpose arena opened in 2005, which hosts world-class events, concerts, family shows, and sporting events. The Covelli Centre is also home to the Youngstown Phantoms of the U.S. Hockey League, the country’s top junior hockey league.
It’s not all about playing, though. Youngstown is also resurrecting its history as a city of steel, with the Vallourec steel mill, a $1 billion-dollar, state-of-the-art facility, built here thanks to exploitation of the Utica and Marcellus shale formations.
Vallourec, considered the largest investment in the state since General Motors opened a plant in 1966 in nearby Lordstown, now employs more than 650 people. More jobs were created when a Vallourec sister company began production at an $80 million pipe-threading plant in May 2016.
Also downtown, the Youngstown Business Incubator serves a 21-county region of northeast Ohio, with a focus on Mahoning, Trumbull and Columbiana counties. Since beginning to provide office and lab space to information technology entrepreneurs and startups in 2000, the YBI has been named No. 1 for university-associated incubators in North America and No. 2 in the world for 2015 by UBI Global, an international index for business incubation programs.
Youngstown-based Turning Technologies is perhaps the YBI’s biggest success story, having started with just three employees at the incubator. Now the company of more than 250 employees is a global leader in learning engagement and tech assessment services for the education market.
In June 2016, a local, state, public and private partnership cut the ribbon on a $100 million, 225,000-square-foot Matalco aluminum-billet company and metal recycling and processing business in Youngstown’s Lordstown community. Meanwhile, small businesses are moving into and investing in the South Avenue corridor in Youngstown and rejuvenating that area.
Leisure Living in Yougstown, Ohio
For those who need a break from work or school, Youngstown offers one of the country’s premier metropolitan park systems in its Mill Creek Metroparks. In addition to a public golf course, a multi-sport recreation area, lakes and ponds, and more, prized properties of the park system include:
- Fellows Riverside Gardens, a free 12-acre public display garden and the D. and Velma Davis Education & Visitor Center. Fellows Riverside Gardens, which includes an All-America Selections Roses demonstration garden where new rose varieties are tested before being released to the public, attracts over 400,000 visitors a year.
- Lanterman’s Mill, one of Mahoning County’s most historic landmarks. The restored 1845-46 structure operates today as it did in the 1800s, grinding corn, wheat, and buckwheat. The park area includes an observation deck overlooking Lanterman’s Falls and a covered bridge located upstream from the mill.
- Ford Nature Center, the park system headquarters housed in a handsome stone mansion donated to the Park in 1968 by the children of the late Judge John W. Ford. In addition to offices, it is home to a nature museum, teachers’ resource center, the Vickers Memorial Library, a bird observation area, and school programs, workshops, special events and activities for all ages.
- The Judge Morley Performing Arts Pavilion, with a 1,600-square-foot stage and 2.5-acre lawn seating area, is home to MetroParks’ summer concert series, “LIVE! at the Morley,” which features a variety of music for all ages to enjoy.
In addition, Lake Milton State Park, off of Interstate 76, offers a 1,685-acre reservoir available for boating (three launch ramps and seasonal dock rentals), fishing and swimming from a 600-foot beach.
Our Attorneys Fight for the Youngstown Community
Heller, Maas, Moro & Magill, Co., LPA has roots in Youngstown and the Mahoning Valley. Our firm’s three founding lawyers were already legal veterans of the area when they decided to become partners in 1985.
But mostly we are trusted legal advocates for the people of Youngstown who are facing hard paths in their lives due to workplace injury, the inability to work due to a physical or mental impairment, or the loss of a loved one. We are Northeastern Ohio attorneys, working to ensure that programs established to help the injured worker — like the Ohio Workers’ Compensation Bureau — and the disabled –Social Security Disability — work as they are intended.
We fight the system on behalf of the injured and disabled . They are our neighbors, and members of our Youngstown community.