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Chanda L. Brown

Chanda L. Brown

Chanda is an experienced trial attorney with a commitment to providing quality care.
Walton + Brown LLP
(2 Attorneys)

Employment and Labor Relations
Injury and Accidents

395 E. Broad Street, Suite 200
Columbus, OH 43215

17 years



Why did you become an attorney?

I became an attorney because I saw a need in my community for an attorney that actually cared about her clients and wanted to make a positive difference. Our firm motto is, "Fighting for Victims, Fighting for Justice," and I believe that sums up my whole purpose as an attorney. I am an advocate for the underdog. 

What makes your law firm unique?

Walton + Brown, LLP is focused on providing excellent legal service in the pursuit of justice.  The firm is committed to  giving our clients specialized attention with a focus on the details.  Arising from the desire of to bring a fresh approach and voice to the legal profession, our firm brings a unique mix of experience and innovation and has a track record of proven success in personal injury litigation. 

Describe your ideal client.

My clients include everyday people from all walks of life who have been injured due to the negligence of another or someone who has suffered from discrimination. 

Describe your personal interest and hobbies.

When I am not busy working, I enjoy spending time with my family, running marathons, and developing my skills as a make-up artist. 

Employment and Labor Relations
  • Discrimination
  • Employment Agreements
  • Harassment
  • Labor Relations/Union Issues
  • OSHA citations
  • other employment issues
  • Wrongful Termination
Injury and Accidents
  • Accidents
  • Dangerous Conditions
  • Dangerous Products
  • Intentional Injuries
  • Mass Accidents
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Negligence
  • Personal Injury
  • Personal Injury Defense
  • Premise Liability
  • Product Liability
  • Structured Settlements
  • Toxic Torts and Class Actions
  • Victims of Abuse
  • Work-related Accidents
  • Wrongful Death

University of Dayton School of Law
Juris Doctor, 2006

Alabama State University
Bachelor's, 2003

Bar Association Membership

Columbus Bar Association

Board/Committee Membership

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc Columbus (OH Alumnae Chapter, Social Action Committee Chair
Mt Moriah Missionary Baptist Church (Dayton, OH), Exec Board

Bar Admission Date


Licensed In

Ohio (2024), #0081076

Significant Cases


·         $250,000 settlement for injured victim who sustained a broken femur bone when his vehicle was rear-ended by a semi-truck.

·         $300,000 settlement for an injured woman who broke several bones in her ankle and had to undergo numerous surgeries after her vehicle was totaled in a two car collision. 

·         $90,000 settlement for injured party who broke several bones when the bus he was traveling in caused a two car collision. 

·         $40,000 settlement for injured victim who sustain PTSD (Post traumatic stress disorder) after a severe accident. 

Summary of Firm

Walton + Brown LLP was founded by childhood friends Sean L. Walton and Chanda L. Brown. Over the years, Sean and Chanda followed parallel paths in their education and careers. Sean and Chanda both have strong service-oriented backgrounds and both found themselves working in personal injury law and civil rights law where they could fight for victims of tragedies and discrimination. In 2014, Sean and Chanda decided to join their individual efforts into a partnership and the idea for Walton + Brown, LLP was formed.

Free Initial Consultation?

Yes, all Initial Consultations are free of charge. 

Typical Retainer Fees

Typically, no retainer is necessary in a personal injury case. Retainers for other cases are negotiable. 

Fixed-Price Services and Fees

All personal injury claims are handled on a contingency fee basis. Rates for business clients are negotiable. 

Fees by Hourly Rate

Hourly rates are negotiable for business clients. All personal injury claims are handled on a contingency fee basis.


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