Cleveland Personal Injury & Litigation Attorneys
Garson Johnson LLC
Midland Building, Suite 1610
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
(216) 696-9330 or(800) 747-9330
Law Firm Overview
At Garson Johnson LLC, our lawyers have served as advocates for the injured for more than 40 years. We are one of the top 10 personal injury law firms in Ohio in terms of the number of lawyers on our staff. While we don't think that bigness alone is a sign of quality in a law firm, we do believe our size gives us the staff and financial resources to handle any type of personal injury case.
There are many law firms that can handle straightforward car accident and workers' comp claims. However, we are one of the few law firms that can handle cases that involve complex liability, unreasonable defendants, and catastrophic injuries and appeals. We are lawyers who will stand with you no matter how difficult your case becomes, no matter how far it needs to go. We have recovered numerous multimillion-dollar awards and settlements.
Garson Johnson LLC is AV-rated*, the highest designation under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system. Further, attorney Michael A. Saltzer has been certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. In addition to personal injury and workers' comp cases, our lawyers handle complex business litigation.
At the law firm of Garson Johnson LLC, we provide representation to our clients on a contingency fee basis. This means that our clients only pay attorney's fees if we obtain a recovery for them. As attorneys, we have an obligation to serve your interests, but we also have a personal stake in making sure that your needs are met and that you get the highest quality legal service.
Areas of Law
Articles Published by Garson Johnson LLC
On January 28, Plain Dealer reporter Bob Paynter wrote a front page story on how the soaring rates of the workers’ compensation group- rating program was adversely affecting small businesses in Ohio.Read Article
Courts in recent years have upheld the workers' compensation rights of injured immigrant employees, regardless of legal status. Only one state — Wyoming — excludes illegal immigrants from the workers' compensation system. Ohio may become the second.Read Article
It does not get much more stressful than the experience of admitting a cherished family member to a nursing home. Unfortunately, this experience is all too common in Ohio and across the U.S., with nearly 1.5 million patients currently in long-term care facilities.Read Article