Martin M. Young has worked hard his entire life to set the highest standards of excellence. He is the founder and senior partner of Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A. He is a graduate of Walnut Hills High School, the University of Cincinnati, and the University of Cincinnati College of Law.
Upon receiving his license to practice law in 1959, Martin joined with his father, uncle, and brother to serve the Greater Cincinnati community. Starting a firm in 1972, he began a building process that has resulted in the current firm of Young, Reverman & Mazzei Co., L.P.A.
As the firm has grown, attorneys and staff has been added. However, Martin’s original paralegal has remained with the firm as have many of his original clients. Loyalty and longevity of staff and clients demonstrate Martin’s continuity of quality service. Martin is also proud of the fact that his two partners have been with him for 28 and 33 years, respectively.
As an active member of the American, Ohio State, and Cincinnati Bar Associations and the American and Ohio Associations for Justice, Martin provides service to his profession. He is a past President of the Cincinnati Lawyer’s Club and past chairman of the Young Lawyers of Cincinnati. He also serves on committees of the Cincinnati and Ohio State Bar Associations. Martin has published articles and been featured as a guest columnist for the Cincinnati Enquirer and the Cincinnati Bar Association Report.
He is licensed to appear in all State and Federal courts in Ohio and the U.S. Supreme Court. Over the years, he has developed an active and large worker’s compensation and personal injury practice. Martin is an Ohio State Bar Association board-certified workers’ compensation specialist. He has been selected as an Ohio Super Lawyer and has met the standard of excellence for selection to Top 100 Trial Lawyers from the American Trial Lawyers Association since 2008.
Martin is a life-long resident of Cincinnati. He was married in 1963 to his wife Judy and they have three adult daughters and six grandchildren.