Vincent D. Scebbi27730 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44132
Vincent D. Scebbi, an associate attorney with Nager, Romaine & Schneiberg Co., L.P.A., focuses his practice on personal injury and workers’ compensation. While in law school, Mr. Scebbi found his passion for litigation and assisting individuals harmed by others’ negligence while attending Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. He participated on the school’s Mock Trial Team and won Best Advocate award in the 2015 Case Classic Tournament. Also, in the Post-Conviction Relief Clinic, Mr. Scebbi drafted several successful Petitions for Habeas Corpus before the United States Northern District of Ohio.
After passing the bar in 2016, Mr. Scebbi continued his fight for justice in the civil courtroom. He has found early success for his clients in multiple avenues of advocacy, including motion practice and trial. Mr. Scebbi handles a variety of personal injury cases including, motor vehicle crashes, tractor-trailer collisions, and premises cases. He has been a speaker at conferences throughout the state of Ohio, discussing topics such as subrogation and workers’ compensation. He also published an article discussing the Michael Louis Palumbo Jr. Act.
Mr. Scebbi, a Brunswick, Ohio native, now lives in Lakewood. Mr. Scebbi shares his passion for trial advocacy with the local community by coaching Mock Trial for Strongsville High School. In his spare time, he is a golfer and avid curler. Similar to the courtroom, Mr. Scebbi has found early success on the ice, including winning the 2020 USWCA 5 and Under Regional Tournament.
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, J.D., 2016, magna cum laude
University of Toledo, B.A., 2013, magna cum laude
Brunswick High School, 2009, summa cum laude
Supreme Court of Ohio, 2016
United States District Court, Northern District of Ohio, 2016
Ohio State Bar Association
Ohio Association for Justice
Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
Lake County Bar Association
Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Alumni Association
The Justinian Forum