A Firm That Treats You Like You Are the Only Client
Extensive Knowledge and Dedication
The Goldberg Law Firm Co., LPA, is an Ohio-based law firm that represents clients injured wrongfully, those who have had their civil rights violated and people who need help with long-term financial planning. The firm has an emphasis in injury law especially people who have who have been harmed by asbestos, dangerous drugs, and defective medical devices.
Whether you need to have your civil rights defended, seek a monetary award for an injury or help with estate planning, the firm has established a reputation for personalized attention and honesty.
For clients who have suffered a serious injury due to the negligent actions of another, Steven M. Goldberg Co., LPA, ensures your rights are protected. When you have been unjustly discriminated against, you can count on the firm's legal team to know how humiliating and infuriating that is, and when you have to focus on such things as powers of attorney and your legacy, you can count on compassion.
Contact The Goldberg Law Firm Co., LPA today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:
Estate Planning and Probate
The Goldberg Law Firm Co., LPA, offers services nationwide.
Call The Goldberg Law Firm Co., LPA, today at 216-239-1004 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Attorney Steven M. Goldberg
- Ohio Supreme Court
- United States Supreme Court
- United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
- United States District Court, Northern and Southern Districts (Ohio)
- United States District of Illinois
- United States Court of Claims in Washington, D.C.
Admitted To The Bar:
- Capital University Law School
Professional Memberships and Achievements:
- American Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- Ohio Association for Justice
- Ohio State Bar Association
- Cleveland Academy of Trial Lawyers
- Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
- Mahoning County Bar Association
- Mass Tort Trial Lawyers Association
- Member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum®
- AV-Preeminent Rated - Martindale-Hubbell
Verdicts & Settlements
Mesothelioma - $2.8 million awarded to a New York plumber’s wife and family for injuries suffered as a result of his mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos.
Mesothelioma - $1.6 million settlement awarded to an Ohio worker and his children as a result of his mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos.
Mesothelioma - $1.2 million settlement awarded to an Ohio worker, his wife and children as a result of his mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos.
Emergency Room Error - Wrongful Death $1,300,000.00 Woman presented to a regional hospital in Class III shock. She was never adequately evaluated and/or resuscitated despite obvious signs of shock and volume depletion. She was transported to Level I trauma center where she sat in the E.R. for 4 ½ hours in obvious hemorrhagic shock without a single lab test despite initial abnormalities and progressive deterioration after a “therapeutic tube” had been placed. She received less than a liter of fluid, with no urine output and no attempt to measure it despite having put out more than 1 liter of blood initially and a total of 2 liters in the first 4 hours from a chest tube that was miniscule, inappropriately placed and obviously inadequate based upon the single portable image that was taken afterward; despite a subsequent measured hemoglobin of 6.5 while still in the ED still not a single tube of blood sent for type and cross match. This poor woman didn’t get a drop of blood transfused into her body until she was in full arrest and clinically dead.
Aviation - Wrongful Death $1,140,000.00 settlement awarded to the family of a young woman passenger aboard US AIR Flight 427, a Boeing Aircraft 737 which crashed on its approach to Pittsburgh InternationalAirport. The aircraft suffered an uncommanded rudder deflection resulting in an uncontrolled roll of the aircraft.
- Truck - Wrongful Death $1,518,104.50 Pre suit settlement on behalf of surviving children whose father was fatally injured when garbage truck negligently backed up and ran over him.