Dale Albright II is an attorney in workers' compensation, social security disability, and personal injury. He was raised in Man, West Virginia, where his father worked in the coal mines and his mother was a teacher. Dale's first contact with on the job injuries came when his father severed a finger while mining. The Albright family was also affected by the infamous Buffalo Creek Flood. In the 1972 disaster, 125 people were killed by a burst dam that flooded the low-lying areas next to the mine. Dale's family lost everything in the disaster, but the experience ultimately influenced his drive to help people and seek justice. He decided to carry this theme into his academic life by enrolling in law school.
Mr. Albright moved to Ohio Northern University to receive his Juris Doctor. He participated in the moot court program and finished third in the ABA Client Counseling Competition. During the six years following his graduation from law school, Dale taught three CLE lectures. Mr. Albright chose to focus on workers' compensation because he knows the value of a hard day's work and wants to protect the rights of injured workers. He is considered a source of information and has done interviews with The Wall Street Journal, the Orlando Sentinel, and various local television stations.
Mr. Albright enjoys whitewater rafting, playing sports, running, reading, and traveling when his busy schedule permits.
He is a proud father and coaches his five year old son's soccer team.
At McBride, Scicchitano & Leacox, P.A., Dale works to protect the rights and pursue benefits on behalf of injured workers.