Meet The Team
Charles Kampinski is the Managing Partner of Kampinski & Roberts. He has represented victims of medical malpractice, negligence, catastrophic injury, intentional tort, products liability, and insurance coverage disputes across Ohio since 1974. Throughout his career, Chuck has obtained some of Ohio’s largest recoveries on behalf of victims and their families, including settlements and verdicts in excess of one million dollars in well over one hundred cases. Chuck obtained a verdict in excess of $27m against Greyhound Bus Lines.
Chuck has settled cases on behalf of victims of medical malpractice and personal injury in excess of $9.5m. He also is published in Ohio’s case law text under Moskovitz v Mt. Sinai, 69 Ohio St. 3d 638, which was a landmark personal injury and medical malpractice case dealing with a hospital’s negligence in a failure and delay in diagnosis matter where punitive damages were awarded due to defendant’s altering of records.
Kristin Roberts is a Partner at Kampinski & Roberts. Her unique skill sets and abilities, including a background in business, enable her to excel in representing victims of medical malpractice, negligence, catastrophic injury, intentional tort, and products liability disputes. Kristin graduated from Kent State University with a B.A. in 2005 and pursued a career in business thereafter. She graduated with her J.D. from The University of Akron School of Law where she was a member of their nationally ranked trial team.
She also received a membership to the Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society for outstanding Trial Advocacy Skills. While in law school, Kristin served a judicial externship with the Honorable Brendan J. Sheehan of the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court. Kristin is also certified in General and Divorce Mediation.
Jay Salamon, a Senior Attorney with Kampinski & Roberts, has worked in many types of litigation during his forty-year legal career. Previously, his practice was primarily concentrated in the area of investment litigation and arbitration, representing victims of fraud or negligence committed by stockbrokers, investment advisors, life insurance agents, and other sellers of financial products and services. But throughout his career, the type of work he has always found most gratifying has been the representation of persons who have suffered catastrophic injury due to medical malpractice, defective products, negligence, and intentional torts. Having worked closely with Chuck Kampinski and Kristin Roberts on catastrophic injury and medical malpractice cases for many years, he decided to join the firm of Kampinski & Roberts.
Jay works collaboratively with the firm’s trial lawyers, making use of his exceptional research skills and his talent for drafting clear and persuasive legal arguments. He researches complex and sometimes unresolved issues of law and writes significant briefs and memoranda that are filed on behalf of our clients.