Dr. Allison Kreiner has joined Plakas Mannos’ medical negligence and personal injury practice as our new in-house Medical Analyst, a unique resource that will further protect our clients’ rights.
Dr. Kreiner earned her Doctor of Medicine from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. After training to become a licensed physician, Dr. Kreiner volunteered for several years in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest providing women’s health care. She has also spent time with Canton City Public Health and the Alzheimer’s Association.
To pursue her vision of serving individuals by merging her medical expertise with a legal perspective, Dr. Kreiner recently obtained her Paralegal Certificate. While a student, she completed internships with The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and the Federal Public Defender for the Northern District of Ohio.
Dr. Kreiner is passionate about making a difference in people’s lives by closing the justice gap between individuals and powerful opponents. She continues to volunteer with The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, contributing to their advocacy projects and helping with intake at the Brief Advice Clinics. Additionally, Dr. Kreiner is a Community Educator and Public Policy State Champion for the Alzheimer’s Association. Dr. Kreiner also loves animals and her family. She is excited to combine her medical and legal knowledge to further advance Plakas Mannos’ long-standing commitment to provide excellent legal services in medical negligence, personal injury, and other legal cases.