Paul Schlemmer is a dedicated, passionate and fearless advocate in his pursuit of justice for his clients. This commitment has repeatedly resulted in success against some of the world’s largest corporations, and insurance companies.   Paul has successfully litigated his client’s cases against each of the top 10 property and casualty insurance companies in the United States (an industry that receives over $345.9 Billion of insurance premiums each year), the pharmaceutical and medical device industry, the largest medical malpractice insurance companies, the top automakers in the world, and several of the largest construction companies in the United States.  Paul has successfully faced these powerful interests for his clients time and time again throughout his career, resulting in many millions of dollars in jury verdicts and settlements for his clients over the years.

During the past 25 years, Paul has successfully litigated virtually every type of liability case to a jury verdict including: car, truck, bus, motorcycle or subway accidents; construction site accidents; defective products; defective drugs or medical devices; assault and battery; medical malpractice; nursing home negligence; falls on staircases;  slip/trip and fall on an unsafe condition; civil rights cases; and many others.

If you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligence of another, The Schlemmer Firm is here to assist you.  Call for a free consultation.  Let us help you.

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