Attorneys, Breanne Whalen and Jennifer Brumby, Named to Care House Board
Freund, Freeze & Arnold is pleased to announce that Breanne M. Whalen and Jennifer D. Brumby were recently named to the board for CARE House.
CARE House involves a partnership between Dayton Children's Hospital, Montgomery County Prosecutor's Office, Dayton Police Department, Montgomery County Sheriff's Office and Montgomery County Department of Job and Family Services- Children's Services Division. Since its inception in 1999, CARE House has served over 9,000 families who have been affected by abuse. The CARE House facility provides a child-centered atmosphere for community partners to come together and serve these families.
Whalen dedicates her practice primarily to the defense of physicians, nurses, hospitals, nursing homes, and lawyers in professional negligence cases. Breanne also has substantial experience doing collections work for small and large businesses.
Brumby's practice areas include defending hospitals, physicians, and long term care providers are well as businesses and employers. She also works in various capacities in the areas of juvenile and family law. Specifically, she handles cases involving divorce, custody, child support, alimony and post-judgment issues.
Freund, Freeze & Arnold, LPA is a regional litigation and business firm, serving businesses, governmental entities and individuals in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana from offices in Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio and Northern Kentucky. The firm's strength is grounded in more than 50 attorneys and legal professionals, who bring diverse professional backgrounds and deep experience and expertise in business, commercial, government, medical, insurance, employment, family law, cybersecurity, construction and other litigation-related matters. We have received the highest ranking for law firms in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, and many of our attorneys have been named Super Lawyers®, Best Lawyers®, and have earned other professional distinctions and accolades.