Father/Son Duo Obtain $430,000 Verdict For Client Injured In Hit &…

The plaintiff was a 59-year-old male from Medina County. According to court documents, the plaintiff was crossing the street with his best friend on the west side of Cleveland, Ohio and was struck by a car that then fled the scene. Court documents also showed that the plaintiff was briefly knocked unconscious, had lacerations on his face (under his eyebrow), and suffered a knee injury that was later determined to be an ACL tear as well as medial/lateral meniscus tears. The case was tried exactly 3 years from the date of the crash (Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, State of Ohio, Judge Nancy Margaret Russo).

The father/son duo of Attorneys Jamie Lebovitz & Jordan Lebovitz tried the case on behalf of the injured client in Judge Nancy Margaret Russo's room over the course of two and a half days (Case No CV 18 892335). The defendant was The Cincinnati Insurance Company to whom the plaintiff had paid premiums in order to provide him with uninsured motorists coverage in case of a rare event like this “hit and run.”

The jury unanimously awarded the plaintiff $75,000 for past pain and suffering, $325,000 for future pain and suffering. They also awarded the plaintiff's spouse $15,000 for past loss of consortium and $15,000 for future loss of consortium for a total verdict of $430,000.

Attorney Jamie Lebovitz is a senior partner at the Nurenberg Paris Law Firm based in Cleveland, OH. He is recognized as one of the top aviation lawyers in the country. He practices in the areas of personal injury and wrongful death litigation with a concentration in aviation, railroad, and trucking calamities. Jamie has more than 35 years of experience as a trial attorney, and has recovered numerous multi-million dollar settlements and jury verdicts in cases against commercial airlines, aircraft manufacturers, railroad and trucking companies, and the federal government.

Attorney Jordan Lebovitz , also with the Nurenberg Paris Law Firm, is one of the few attorneys in the state of Ohio to obtain his commercial driver's license (CDL) to better assist truck crash victims across the country. In addition to truck crashes, Jordan focuses his practice on helping those injured in major motor vehicle crashes and on security guard negligence cases.

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