Justin Madden Co. L.P.A.
For nearly twenty years, around the State of Ohio, personal injury lawyer Justin Madden has helped thousands of people obtain full and fair compensation from insurance companies and corporations when they, or a family member, have been injured or killed by a negligent or careless wrongdoer. From Cleveland to Pittsburgh, Columbus to Cincinnati, as well as Geauga County, Warren, Mount Vernon, Tiffin, Toledo, Marietta and elsewhere, Justin Madden has been trying cases in courtrooms for victims of negligence, motor vehicle accidents, negligent truck drivers, dangerous products, injuries on property, insurance bad faith and misconduct, sexual harassment, medical errors, and financial scams and disputes. He handles cases in state and federal courts all over Ohio, as well as Western PA, West Virginia, Michigan, and Western New York.
Rated AV preeminent by Martindale Hubble, Justin Madden is listed as one of "The Best Lawyers in Cleveland", as well as an Ohio Super Lawyer for the fourth consecutive year. Justin Madden has won numerous awards and distinctions for his legal work, and is a past President of the Cuyahoga County Bar Association. He is one of "The Best Lawyers in America", and he was part of a trial team in 2001 which attained the 10th largest verdict in the State of Ohio. The highest compliment of his work, however, is from his clients, present and past, who refer family members, friends and neighbors to Justin for their legal needs.
Believing that lawyers and other professionals should give back to their communities, Justin has shared generously with his time in many roles outside of legal practice. He is certified a Master Level 5 Ice Hockey Coach by USA Hockey, and has spent the past twenty years coaching AAA boys and girls youth hockey as well as high school hockey. Justin is in his first term as a Township Trustee in Russell Township, having previously served on the Russell Board of Zoning Appeals and Zoning Commission. He is a past chair of the finance council for his church, and in 2005, he was recognized by the Ohio State Bar Foundation for community service work by lawyers under the age of 40. He is a frequent lecturer and presenter on legal topics, and has appeared on both televsion and radio spots as a commentator. He currently serves as a mediator in civil cases for other lawyers and parties.