Steve Burke represents employers, plaintiffs, and individual defendants in all types of cases involving property damage or bodily injury. Before becoming a lawyer, Steve worked as a news editor and reporter at the Cincinnati/Kentucky Post, The Dallas Morning News and Texarkana Gazette. He formerly served as a captain in the Kentucky Wing of Civil Air Patrol, the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary, led state and local cadet programs, worked in search & rescue operations and was a legal officer.
He has an active trial practice in Kentucky and Ohio where he:
- Represents businesses, medical providers and employees in a variety of tort and workers’ compensation claims
- Has successfully sued trucking companies and a major automaker in cases involving death, disfigurement and disability
- Drafts wills and powers of attorney and assists his clients in probate matters and probate legislation.
- Represents clients seeking disability
At his church, he serves as a community group leader. He has played with the pioneering Cincinnati folk band Cluricaun, periodically performs Irish music and continues to be active in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati Irish cultural organizations. He resides in Fort Thomas with his wife, Kiki, and enjoys his gardening projects. They still frequent East Newport, where they rehabbed in the 1980s and helped form the historic district.