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Steven M. Weiss

Phone: 216-348-1800
Fax: 216-348-1130

Cleveland personal injury attorney

Steven M. Weiss, Esq. graduated from the Case Western Reserve Law School in 1980 and became licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio that same year.

Since 1980, Mr. Weiss has represented victims of a wide variety of accidents, personal injuries and consumer fraud matters.

He is widely recognized as one of a small number of lawyers who successfully handles cases on behalf of people injured by toxic chemicals.  Mr. Weiss served as the Chairperson of a nationwide group of lawyers that represented homeowners and factory workers who were exposed to Formaldehyde, a toxic chemical that was improperly used in home-building materials, insulation and industrial environments.

Mr. Weiss has also been invited to speak at college campuses and at seminars for other lawyers seeking to further their legal education.

Mr. Weiss is a member of a number of professional organizations that are devoted to assisting people who have been injured due to the carelessness of others and devoted to assisting consumers who have been treated unfairly by businesses:

  • The American Association for Justice
  • The Ohio Association for Justice
  • The National Association for Consumer Advocates
  • The Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys

Mr. Weiss is also a member of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association.

Mr. Weiss is admitted to practice before all Ohio trial and appellate courts, the United States District  Court for the Northern District of Ohio, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio and the United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit.

Although based in Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. Weiss has been asked to serve as lead counsel or co-counsel in noteworthy cases filed in Illinois, Arizona, Toledo, Ohio, Warren, Ohio, Columbus, Ohio, Portsmouth, Ohio, Lorain, Ohio, and many other cities and counties.

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