Charles Herman grew up in Sylvania, Ohio and joined the military after graduating from Sylvania Southview High School in 1993.
After serving four (4) years he was honorably discharged in 1998. Mr. Herman then attended undergraduate college at Virginia Tech and graduated in 2002 with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Environmental Policy and Planning.
In 2002 he moved back home to Toledo, Ohio and started law school at the University of Toledo, College of Law where he graduated from in 2005, graduating with a Certificate of Environmental Law.
Immediately thereafter, he joined a classmate of his in Troy, Ohio and they began a law practice specializing in criminal appointed cases, probate matters (including wills and trusts and estates), and divorce and custody matters.
From 2008 through 2014, Mr. Herman worked in Savannah, Georgia with a regionally recognized Plaintiff’s law firm which specializes in traditional labor law, employment law, personal injury, Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act claims, and criminal law.
During this time period, he provided counsel to unions and the unions’ locally administered Pension, Vacation, and Health and Welfare Taft-Hartley benefit funds and represented individuals in Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act claims, social security disability cases, civil rights cases, personal injury cases, and both misdemeanor (including DUI cases) and felony criminal cases in state and federal court.
In 2014, he moved back to Toledo, Ohio and started Charles Herman Law. In 2018, Mr. Herman returned to Savannah, Georgia to continue the practice of law. Mr. Herman is dedicated to protecting the rights of working people and his focus is on being highly responsive to his clients' questions and needs.
Mr. Herman is committed to his clients and the foundation of his practice is based on relationships. It is the goal of Charles Herman Law to provide superior legal services to working people in the Savannah and Southern Georgia area.