E. J. Leizerman & Associates is one of the leading catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death law firms in the state of Ohio. Our Toledo-based firm is nationally recognized for our trucking accident and railroad law practices. While we concentrate on transportation law, we also have significant experience handling serious personal injuries.
Our law firm does not handle a high volume of cases. We are selective in the cases we take on so that we can provide each client with exceptional service and the best possible results. Our Ohio personal injury attorneys have significant experience handling cases involving traumatic brain injuries, wrongful death, paraplegia and quadriplegia, as well as other injuries with life-altering effect.
Every 16 minutes, a person is killed or injured in a truck crash. Handling difficult trucking cases is our specialty.
Thirty percent of railroad employees who retain a railroad accident lawyer for a FELA claim receive eighty percent of all FELA settlement money.
Automobile accidents are the leading cause of serious personal injuries in the United States. We are committed to helping people who are seriously injured and family who have lost members in serious car accidents.
Our attorneys have years of experience handling cases involving wrongful death throughout Ohio, Michigan, and Tennessee.
From our blog
Part II: If The Personal Injury Defendant Files For Bankruptcy, Does The Plaintiff Have The Right To Any Recovery?
The first part of this series addressed how to obtain relief from the automatic stay in bankruptcy and the effect of the bankruptcy discharge. This part summarizes the different types of bankruptcy claims and how claim classification may affect your recovery to the extent you cannot proceed directly against insurance proceeds (including when there is [...]
This series focuses on the intersection of bankruptcy and personal injury litigation. When a person or company files a bankruptcy petition after the personal injury or wrongful death, any civil suit pending against the person or company is automatically stayed; the suit is immediately stopped without any court action required. The person or company filing the [...]
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