Glenna M. Roberts

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J.D. (1987) Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, Ohio

B.A. Cum Laude (1984) Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio

A founding partner of RMI and respected litigator, Glenna's attention to detail and trial preparation skills have resulted in a history of significant subrogation recoveries by way of verdicts and settlements across all lines of subrogation. Glenna has the distinction of litigating cases in every county in Ohio, multiple appellate courts, and the Ohio Supreme Court.

Glenna has the unique perspective of having claims and subrogation experience on both the insurer and law firm sides of the industry. Early in her legal career Glenna worked at the Hartford Insurance Company overseeing large losses and litigated matters in Ohio.

Today, Glenna serves as the managing partner of RMI while also maintaining a full case load.

Representative Cases


  • $651,355.00 jury verdict on subrogated commercial metals case.
  • Co-counsel on seven digit industrial fire settlement.
  • Multiple five and six digit recoveries involving construction defect cases, electrical fires, water, suppression systems and bond claims.
  • Significant six digit settlement involving total loss properties arising from vehicle/truck accidents.
  • Multiple large recoveries involving commercial landlord/tenant claims and tenant versus tenant losses.


  • Multiple five and six digit recoveries on subrogation coverage and related insurance policy issues at both the trial and appellate levels.
  • Policy analysis for co-insurance or other insurance recoveries.


  • Glenna has litigated subrogation claims involving:
    • Cyber liability
    • Fidelity and surety losses
    • Errors and omissions claims
    • Construction defects


During her career, Glenna has litigated a host of auto cases in every county in Ohio.

Industry Involvement

  • Past Board of Directors and Member of Executive Committee, National Association of Subrogation Professionals.
  • Past Director, All Regions; National Association of Subrogation Professionals.
  • Conference Chairman - NASP Litigation Skills - Subrogating Construction Defects (2017)
  • Regional Director, Midwest Region, NASP (2003 - 2010)
  • Track Leader, NASP Annual Convention (2010 - 2011)

Honors, Awards & Presentations

  • National Association of Subrogation Professionals Board Member of the Year Award.
  • Presenter, "NASP and Subrogation's 20-Year Journey," Orlando, Florida (2018)
  • "Anatomy of an Auto Subrogation Trial," Served as Judge for Conference Mock Auto Trial - NASP Conference - Austin, Texas (2017)
  • "Spot the Tortfeasor," - Parental liability portion of presentation, NASP Annual Conference - Reno, Nevada (2016)
  • Presenter, "Scene Investigations - An Overview of Safety Concerns and Issues (co-presenter) NASP Ohio Chapter - Columbus, Ohio (2013)
  • Presenter, "Subrogation Breakfast Theater" - Served as Judge for Ohio Mock Auto Trial," NASP Regional Chapter, Westfield, Ohio (2012)
  • Speaker, "Ethical Considerations: Not Just an Illusion." NASP Conference, Orlando, Fla. (2011)
  • Presenter, "Subro Mock Trial." Served as the Judge overseeing the auto track mock trial held at the NASP Annual Conference, Grapevine, Texas (2010)
  • Speaker, "Legal Liability and Considerations for Fire Departments and EMS," Seville-Guilford Fire & EMS (Seville, Ohio)
  • Speaker, "Proving Damages." Litigation Skills Conference, Tuscon, Arizona (2010)
  • NASP Midwest Region Appreciation Award (2010)
  • Speaker, "Ethical Dilemmas in Auto Litigation." NASP Conference, Hollywood, Florida (2008)
  • Chamber of Commerce Business Leader of the Year, Seville, Ohio (2008)
  • Speaker, "Ethical Considerations in Litigation." NASP Conference, New Orleans, LA (2007)
  • Woman of the Year Award, Medina County DWC (2006)
  • Production and role in video on parental liability and landlord tenant section, "Subrogation off the Beaten Path." NASP Conference, Tampa, Florida (2002)
  • Production and role in the video "Subrogation Challenges." NASP Conference, Tampa, Fla. (2001)
  • Co-counsel in preparing Amicus Curiae Brief on behalf of NASP before the Ohio Supreme Court, Rick Holeton, et al. v. Crouse Cartage, et al. (2000)
  • "The Insured and Subrogation - Relationship Issues," Played the role of Sally the Subrogation Analyst, Inaugural NASP Annual Conference! (1999)


Glenna enjoys traveling, especially to catch a Xavier Musketeers basketball game, or to see her two children, Alex and Danny. Along with her husband Dave, Glenna likes kayaking, hiking and exploring new places.