From the very first meeting, we provide our Fairlawn clients with a thorough analysis of their potential legal issues and take the time to tailor a legal strategy based on their specific needs and desires. Additionally, we make sure to keep our clients in the loop throughout the entire process, so they are comfortable every step of the way.
Fairlawn was founded as a hamlet in 1891 when the Northern Ohio Railway was built. In 1908 it had a mill, general store, a blacksmith, and other businesses. It was incorporated as Fairlawn Village in 1960. It became a city when its population reached 6,200 in the 1970 census.
Fairlawn is served by West Market Street, part of State Route 18. Market Street is a wide road with up to seven lanes. Fairlawn has a busy shopping district along the Route 18 corridor, to the extent where most areas have reached saturation. The area is anchored by Fairlawn Town Center, Summit Mall, Wal-Mart, Sam's Club, and other businesses and restaurants. The Montrose shopping district also includes neighboring Copley Township and Bath Township.
Fairlawn is also served by Interstate 77, which passes through the southern part of the city.