Steve Crandall

Top rated Medical Malpractice attorney in Cleveland, Ohio

Crandall & Pera Law, LLC
Steve Crandall
Crandall & Pera Law, LLC

Practice Areas: Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury; view more

Licensed in Ohio since: 1994

Education: University of Dayton School of Law

Selected to Super Lawyers: 2009 - 2024
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Crandall & Pera Law, LLC

850 Euclid Avenue
Suite 1122
Cleveland, OH 44114 Visit website

Details

With licenses to practice law in Kentucky, Ohio, and various Federal Courts, Steve Crandall has been a top trial lawyer for nearly 30 years. Steve’s goals are to investigate your case to get you answers and then focus on holding those responsible for the mistakes that changed your life. Steve’s clients can attest to the fact that Steve is responsive, keeps them constantly updated and aggressively pursues their case. Steve also remains their lawyer for life.
Steve Crandall is a force to be reckoned with in the legal world. His experience, trial skills and connections in the legal industry allow him to provide his clients with unparalleled representation.  Throughout his career, Steve built strong relationships with expert witnesses, opposing counsel, in-house lawyers, insurance representatives and courthouse personnel. This network of contacts allows him to uncover the truth about a case, as well as maximize the recovery and compensation for his clients. As a result, Steve has a reputation as a knowledgeable, tough and fair trial lawyer, with proven experience and results.
Accolades

Steve was the 2021-2023 Super Lawyers Magazine #2 rated lawyer in all of Ohio and a 2024 Top 10, Top 5 in Cleveland and Top 100 award winner.   Steve has also been a Top 100 Super Lawyer in Ohio for over 16 years, a Top 10 Super Lawyer multiple times and a Top 5 Lawyer in Cleveland. Steve has also been awarded the Medical Malpractice Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers in America, been named a Top 100 Trial Lawyer Nationally and is a US News and World Report Top Lawyer.  Steve also enjoys the highest rating possible by various objective attorney websites, including AVVO.com and Martindale-Hubbell. 
Results


Steve has had tremendous success for his clients, across Ohio and Kentucky, in many complex cases involving medical negligence, personal injury, birth injury and products liability.  These include a $20.5M settlement for an Ohio State University student catastrophically injured in a trucking/construction crash, a $15M settlement in a medical negligence matter for a young boy who lost his arms and legs due to a misdiagnosed infection, an $8.5M settlement for medical negligence involving a misdiagnosed appendix rupture, a $5.5M settlement for a commercial trucking crash and a $4.6M birth injury settlement for a young girl whose life was forever altered by labor and delivery negligence.  Steve has also won a number of high profile and complicated trials, many among the largest verdicts in the county they were tried in.  These include a $10.1M surgical negligence verdict, a $9.88M birth injury matter and a $7.7M verdict on behalf of client against The Cleveland Clinic Foundation.  Steve’s courtroom presence and his experience and knowledge over complex litigation, allows him to advise you on how your case will likely be defended by the other side, as well as how to best navigate a successful outcome for you.   

How is Steve different than most Plaintiff’s trial lawyers? 
Steve began his career as a defense lawyer defending medical malpractice, cerebral palsy, insurance defense, and product liability claims. When Steve was a defense lawyer, he was hired  by many of the insurance companies and hospitals he now goes up against.  Consequently, now having switched to the Plaintiff’s side, Steve is adept at evaluating both sides of a case and he knows how the other side will try to defeat your case. This experience on the defense side, combined with the knowledge of how the insurance industry evaluates claims, makes Steve the best trial lawyer to hire for your case.

 

Client testimonial:

"I met Steve through my sister in law back in 2020 when my husband got into a very bad motorcycle accident. It was a very a traumatic time for our family as not only that the accident caused my husband to almost lose his life, sustain multiple injuries that are lifelong, hospital and medical bills but also had challenged his mental health that put our happy marriage to test. It was the most challenging time as a young couple raising our few months old son at that time. During this very stressful and difficult period, Steve was there to give us piece of mind and confidence that there is light at the end of the tunnel. He was very communicative, represented us well and really prepared us for depositions. He is seriously the best and his knowledge and service are exceptional! He is very genuine, really cared and wanted the best for us. Even after the case was settled, he was there to check in on us and guide us in every way he can. We feel very happy that Steve handled our case. We are forever grateful for Steve and we highly recommend him!"
— Sheevah Eastman

Steve Crandall is a trial lawyer with a unique background that sets him apart from other attorneys. Born and raised in a tight-knit, lower middle-class family in rural New York, Steve moved frequently throughout his childhood, living in 12 different cities before graduating from Dayton Law School in 1994.

Steve's upbringing instilled in him a knack for adapting quickly to new environments and engaging with people from all walks of life. He understands the importance of building strong relationships with his clients and has a talent for connecting with them on a personal level. Part of Steve’s outgoing personality is derived from having to constantly cut a path as the “new kid in class.”

While his mom and dad were always supportive, Steve put himself through law school by combining money earned as a waiter, with loans taken out for classes and living expenses. At the conclusion of law school, Steve owed well over $100,000 in loans, with a very minimal starting salary to repay these loans and to live on.  It is not an exaggeration to say Steve’s early years were spent learning to be a trial lawyer (in a really cheap suit), while trying to figure out how to buy food and pay rent. These struggles were formative, but now motivate Steve to help his clients out of the financial crises that they often face after a wrongful catastrophic tragedy has befallen them by the negligence of a defendant.
  
Having been raised in a large Italian family (his mother is Sicilian) a big part of Steve is his family. Steve is married to his wife Rachel and is the proud father of five children: Jackson, Julia, Sam, Maximus, and Brooklyn. Throw in the two French Bulldogs and the house is a ball of energy and chaos.  As someone who has experienced firsthand the challenges of raising a large family, Steve has a deep understanding of the disruptions that injuries and tragedies can cause the family unit. He believes that his experiences raising his children, especially his daughter Brooklyn who has T1D, have given him valuable insight into the damages that children can suffer and the effects it can have on the entire family.  This is particularly true in birth injury cases, where Steve’s experiences as a father and advocate for his daughter have helped him better understand the damages and struggles that families can face. Despite his rigorous schedule as a trial lawyer, Steve makes school events, sporting events, and vacations with his family a priority. He believes that putting his family first, while juggling the demands of his job, gives him a unique perspective that he can apply to his legal practice and client relationships.

With his unique background and experiences, Steve Crandall is a compassionate and effective trial lawyer who understands his clients' needs and is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes for them.

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As a seasoned trial lawyer, Steve has had the privilege of speaking at numerous conferences and seminars throughout my career. He has been a speaker at conferences such as the Annual Winter Conference on Obstetrics/Gynecology, How to Win a Civil Trial, and the Annual Winter Conference on Clinical Issues. 

Additionally, he has had the opportunity to present at educational institutions such as Cleveland Marshall School of Law, where he spoke on Medical Malpractice Trial Tactics. Furthermore, he was a featured speaker on Expert Witness Presentation at Trial for the Ohio State Bar Association, and spoke on Focus Groups in Ohio, as well as The Young Lawyers Section at the Ohio Association of Justice Spring Convention. 

At the Ohio Association of Justice Annual Convention, Steve presented on the effects of social media on Jury Selection and Jury Verdicts, and also gave a talk on Social Media and Jury Selection at the Ohio Trial Lawyers Spring Convention. Steve has been asked to return as speaker many times, for example serving as a speaker at the Conference on Fetal Monitoring for several years in Las Vegas, Nevada. He conducted a statewide research project on various issues facing trial lawyers in Ohio, which he presented to the Spring Annual Convention for the Ohio Association of Justice. Finally, Steve co-created and served as the senior editor for the informational website, “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” designed to help guide expectant mothers through pregnancy and birth. 

These speaking engagements have given Steve the opportunity to share his unparalleled expertise with other legal professionals, healthcare providers, and the public, and he has thoroughly enjoyed contributing to these important discussions.

•    $20.5M settlement for a personal injury claim
•    $15M outcome for failure to diagnose strep throat leading to septic shock, brain damage and multiple amputations
•    $10M verdict for paralyzed man after surgery
•    $8.5M settlement for girl brain damaged by negligence in Hospital
•    $7.7M verdict in Cuyahoga County for a man who lost sight in his left eye after surgery
•    $5.5M, Collision causing traumatic brain injury, intubation, ventilation, fractured shoulder, ribs and pelvis
•    $5.3M, Confidential result for a neurologically impaired twin
•    $4.9M outcome for driver left of center causing paralysis and inability to work.
•    $4.65M, Brain damaged infant at delivery
•    $4.6M, Death of woman after delivery of infant
•    $4.5M, surgical error leading to partial paralysis and inability to work and independently care, 2016
•    $4.5M, Medical malpractice brain injury
•    $4.5M, Brain damage of child after procedure
•    $4.25M Surgical error leading to partial paralysis, inability to work and future medical damages
•    $4M, Failure to diagnose sepsis leading to significant injuries and inability to work
•    $4M Medical Malpractice, failure to diagnose respiratory arrest after surgery
•    $4M outcome for negligent surgery choice by neurosurgeon resulting in brain stem damage
•    $3.9M, Confidential resolution on behalf of a child with Cerebral Palsy from the birth process
•    $3.5M, Death of woman after infection
•    $3M, Failure to appropriately diagnose and perform surgery
•    $3M, Verdict for man injured after Gastric Bypass surgery
•    $3M settlement for a man injured after a commercial truck pulled in front of him while he was riding his motorcycle
•    $2.9M, Birth injury resolution after litigation
•    $2.5M, Neurologic injuries after surgery, Resolution after substantial litigation and just before trial
•    $2.5M outcome for failure to operate on herniated disc leading to paraplegia.
•    $2.45M, Injuries to a young girl by hospital
•    $2.25M settlement for a woman who bled to death after a cardiac procedure
•    $2.2M, Death of a woman after child birth
•    $2.150M medical malpractice, failure to diagnose condition leading to partial paralysis
•    $2.0M, Brain injury post cardiac surgery to a foreign national visiting US for medical care
•    $2M outcome for failure to operate on infection leading to lower extremity paralysis.
•    $2M, Brain injury after respiratory arrest
•    $2M, Medical Negligence, failure to prevent respiratory arrest leading to anoxic brain damage
•    $1.9M, Medical malpractice resulting in HIE (hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy)
•    $1.85M for wrongful death, Medical Malpractice after orthopedic surgery
•    $1.25M, Wrongful death caused by saddle pulmonary embolism due to medical malpractice
•    $1.2M, medical malpractice, failure to diagnose an infection
•    $1.2M, Wrongful Death After Stress Test
•    $1.1M, Delay in Diagnosis and Treatment of Tongue Cancer Case
•    $1M, Death after Bariatric Surgery
•    $960,000 auto accident resulting in death of a 76 year old woman
•    $950K, Wrongful death resulting from medical malpractice misdiagnosis
•    $875K, medical malpractice, stroke after medication change
•    $750K, Stillborn death after litigation
•    $750,000, Verdict for the Death of a young man
•    $750,000, Injuries to a young boy by hospital
•    $750K, Death after cardiac surgery after litigation
•    $750K, Death from clots traveling to lungs after litigation
•    $650K, Death after automobile crash, after litigation
•    $650K, Bariatric surgery medical malpractice resulting in punctured bowel, sepsis and wrongful death
•    $650,000, Heart damage after arrest
•    $625K, Medical malpractice leading to kidney failure, heart attack, wrongful death
•    $525K, Medical malpractice leading to stage 4 cancer metastasis in brain, back, liver, bowels
•    $465K, Medical malpractice resulting in a still birth
•    $450K, Death from post surgical care after litigation
•    $450K, Death after surgery, after litigation
•    $425K, Cleft palate repair-related medical malpractice
•    $400K, Missed Diagnosis of Blood Clot in Leg Case

Practice areas

Personal Injury - Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff, Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff

Focus areas

Birth Injury, Brain Injury, Construction Accident, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Trucking Accidents, Wrongful Death

First Admitted: 1994, Ohio

Professional Webpage: https://www.injuryverdicts.com

Honors/Awards:
  • Top 100 Trial Lawyers, American Trial Lawyers Association, 2008 - 2016
  • I was named Lawyer of the Year in Medical Negligence for NE Ohio by Best Lawyers in America.   , Lawyer of the Year-Medical Malpractice-2019 in NE Ohio, Best Lawyers of America, 2019
  • AVVO.COM rating of 10/10 and listed as an AVVO "Pro"
  • Life Member, Million Dollar and Multimillion Dollar Advocates
  • American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys, 10 Best in Ohio 2014-2016
  • Platinum Member, Elite Lawyers of America, 2009-2016
  • Martindale-Hubbell 5.0/5.0, "Pre-eminent Lawyer" Rating, Highest Rating Available
  • Best Lawyers in America, by US News and World Report, 2015-2017
Representative Clients:
  • To help individuals and families against the medical industry, pharmaceutical industry and in cases regarding accidents and negligence of various kinds.
Educational Background:
  • College of Rochester, B.A. in Political Science, 1990, 1990
Scholarly Lectures/Writings:
  • Speaker, 10th Annual Conference on Fetal Monitoring, Las Vegas, Nevada, Symposium Medicus, 2009
  • I was the author of a chapter, titled "Both Sides of the Fence" in a healthcare book organized and edited by Patricia Rullo.   it is on sale now on Amazon.   , Author of Chapter "Both Sides of the Fence.", Highway to Heart: A Healthcare Anthology, Healthcare Book, Healthcare And Patient Wellbeing, 2020
  • Author in textbook Titled "Highway to Heart, Humor and Honesty in Healthcare" and radio segment as well.   Title of Chapter called "Both Sides of the Fence.", Author of Chapter in Textbook, Highway to Heart, Humor and Honesty in Healthcare, Chapter Title "Both Sides of the Fence.", Healthcare, 2020
  • I was asked to present at the OAJ Annual Spring Convention, to the Medical Negligence section., Speaker and Presenter, Social Media and Jury Selection, OAJ Annual Spring Convention, Ohio Trial Lawyers, 2018
  • Speaker, How to Win a Civil Trial, Las Vegas Nevada, PESI Continuing Legal Education, 2005
  • Speaker, 10th Annual Winter Conference on Obstetrics and Gynecology: Clinical Practice and Liability Issues, Symposia Medicus, 2006
  • Speaker, Tort Reform and the Present Climate, Columbus, Ohio, Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers Annual Convention, 2006
  • Speaker, Medical Malpractice- Damages in Tort Reform , Cleveland Ohio, Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys, 2006
  • Speaker, 11th Annual Winter Conference on Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2007
  • Speaker, Medical Risk Management for the Medical Protective Company in 1997, 1999 and 2000
  • "Medical Malpractice Trial Tactics" Cleveland Marshall Law School, Lecturer, 2011
  • Conducted a statewide research project, through the use of focus groups, on various issues facing trial lawyers in Ohio.   Presentation, along wtih trial consultant Becky Jones from Smith-Jones Consulting, to the Spring Annual Convention for the Ohio Association of Justice.   , Focus Group Research for Trial Lawyers, Ohio Association For Justice, 2016
  • Co-Creator and Senior Editor for the website "What to Expect When You're Expecting," which is an informational website designed to help guide expectant mothers through pregnancy and birth.   (see www.pregnancyandbirth.com)  This stand alone site provides information, examples, videos and ample citations for futher reading to expectant moms nationwide regarding subjects ranging from the early stages of pregnancy, what testing to ask for, as well as birth and birth injury avoidance.    , Co-Creator and Senior Editor, Co-Creator and Senior Editor, 2016
  • Speaker, 6th Annual Conference on Fetal Monitoring, Las Vegas, Nevada, Symposia Medicus, 2005
  • Speaker, 7th Annual Conference on Fetal Monitoring, Las Vegas, Nevada, Symposia Medicus, 2006
  • Speaker, 8th Annual Conference on Fetal Monitoring, Las Vegas, Nevada, Symposia Medicus, 2007
  • Speaker, 9th Annual Conference on Fetal Monitoring, Las Vegas, Nevada, Symposia Medicus, 2008
Verdicts/Settlements (Case Results):
  • $2.75M. Death after a misdiagnosis leading to death in a Kentucky Hospital., 2020
  • $7.1M. Surgical mishap leading to brain injury. , 2023
  • $2.75M. Death after failure to treat infection. , 2023
  • $4M.  Partial amputations after missing blood disorder post-surgery. , 2024
  • $6M. Partial paralysis after spine surgery. , 2024
  • $2.5M delayed diagnosis of a spine condition., 2022
  • $2M. Partial settlement after infection mis-diagnosed. , 2022
  • $1.725M Stillbirth after negligent labor management., 2022
  • $2.75M brain damage after a negligence procedure., 2022
  • $3.5M birth injury, 2022
  • $3.75M motorcycle accident leading to orthopedic injuries and brain injury. , 2022
  • $685K.   Arm injury leading to decreased ability to work and function., 2022
  • $4M.  Brain injury due to negligent surgery leading to inability to work and take care of daily activities. , 2022
  • $15M  Failure to appropriately test for a bacterial infection leading to sepsis, septic shock and amputation/brain damage.   , 2022
  • $2M.   Death after delay in diagnosis of cancer. , 2021
  • $3.25M.   Inadequate supervision and intervention in child abuse case. , 2021
  • $2.5M. Death after surgical and post-operative errors., 2021
  • $4M. Birth injury after delivery leading to brain damage., 2021
  • $5.2M.  Paralysis and injuries after a car crash., 2020
  • $1M. Improper care leading to amputation of leg, 2019
  • $750K.  Failure to timely diagnose cancer leading to spread and likely death. , 2020
  • $625K Improper post-operative care leading to lower extremity foot drop., 2020
  • $1.1M. Improper ER care leading to death, 2019
  • $750K  Improper chiropractic adjustment leading to stroke, 2019
  • $2.75M.  Improper care leading to death. , 2019
  • $2.1M Failure to diagnose bleeding post-operatively. , 2019
  • $1M.  Improper care leading to permanant injuries., 2019
  • $750K.   Wrongful death after multiple office visits resulting in missed diagnosis., 2019
  • $950K.  Wrongful death from blood clots into lungs after ER visits and hospital stay., 2019
  • $450K.  Death from post surgical care after litigation., 2018
  • $650K.  Death after automobile carsh, after litigation.  , 2018
  • $450K.  Death after surgery, after litigation. , 2018
  • $750K.  Stillborn death after litigation, 2018
  • $750K.  Death after cardiac surgery after litigation., , 2018
  • $1.750K.  Death from post surgical errors after litigation, 2018
  • $750K.  Death from clots traveling to lungs after litigation. , 2019
  • $2.0M. Brain injury post cardiac surgery to a foreign national visiting US for medical care., 2018
  • $2.5M. Neurologic injuries after surgery.   Resolution after substantial litigation and just before trial., 2018
  • $2.9M  Birth injury resolution after litigation.   , 2018
  • 960,000 auto accident resulting in death of a 76 year old woman., 2017
  • $650K – Bariatric surgery medical malpractice resulting in punctured bowel, sepsis and wrongful death
  • $3M - Verdict for man injured after Gastric Bypass surgery, 2004
  • $1.2M, medical malpractice, failure to diagnose an infection., 2016
  • $400K -- Missed Diagnosis of Blood Clot in Leg Case
  • $4.65M - Brain damaged infant at delivery, 2004
  • $3M, Failure to appropriately diagnose and perform surgery., 2016
  • $1.2M -- Wrongful Death After Stress Test
  • $3.5M - Death of woman after infection, 2009
  • $4M-Failure to diagnose sepsis leading to significant injuries and inability to work., 2017
  • $5.5M – Collision causing traumatic brain injury, intubation, ventilation, fractured shoulder, ribs and pelvis
  • $750,000-Verdict for the Death of a young man, 2011
  • $5.3M -- Confidential result for a neurologically impaired twin. 
  •  $425K – Cleft palate repair-related medical malpractice
  • $2.25M settlement for a woman who bled to death after a cardiac procedure., 2013
  • $650K – Bariatric surgery medical malpractice resulting in punctured bowel, sepsis and wrongful death
  • $8.5M - Settlement for girl brain damaged by negligence in Hospital, 2010
  • $875K, medical malpractice, stroke after medication change., 2015
  • $1.25M – Wrongful death caused by saddle pulmonary embolism due to medical malpractice
  • $650,000 - Death after surgery, 2011
  • $4M Medical Malpractice, failure to diagnose respiratory arrest after surgery.   , 2015
  • $625K – Medical malpractice leading to kidney failure, heart attack, wrongful death
  • $4.5M - Brain damage of child after procedure, 2006
  • $4.25M Surgical error leading to partial paralysis, inabiity to work and future medical damages., 2016
  • $950K – Wrongful death resulting from medical malpractice misdiagnosis
  • $750,000-Injuries to a young boy by hospital, 2012
  • $2M - Brain injury after respiratory arrest, 2011
  • $465K – Medical malpractice resulting in a still birth
  • $7.7M verdict in Cuyahoga County for a man who lost sight in his left eye after surgery., 2014
  • $1.1M -- Delay in Diagnosis and Treatment of Tongue Cancer Case
  • $10M - Verdict for paralyzed man after surgery, 2004
  • $1.85M for wrongful death, Medical Malpractice after orthopedic surgery., 2015
  • $4.5M – Medical malpractice brain injury
  • $650,000 - Heart damage after arrest, 2011
  • $2.150M medical malpractice, failure to diagnose condition leading to partial paralysis, 2015
  • $525K – Medical malpractice leading to stage 4 cancer metastasis in brain, back, liver, bowels
  • $4.6M - Death of woman after delivery of infant, 2004
  • $2M, Medical Negligence, failure to prevent respiratory arrest leading to anoxic brain damage., 2016
  • $465K – Medical malpractice resulting in a still birth
  • $2.2M - Death of a woman after child birth., 2012
  • $4.5M-surgical error leading to partial paralysis and inability to work and independently care.  , 2016
  • $1M - Death after Bariatric Surgery, 2010
  • $1.9M – Medical malpractice resulting in HIE (hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy)
  • $3M settlement for a man injured after a commercial truck pulled in front of him while he was riding his motorcycle, 2013
  • $3.9M -- Confidential resolution on behalf of a child with Cerebral Palsy from the birth process.
  • $2.45M-Injuries to a young girl by hospital., 2011
  • $20.5M settlement for a personal injury claim., 2014
Pro bono/Community Service:
  • Presenter at various high schools regarding distracted driving. , 2022
  • Youth recreational league basketball and soccer coach. , 2024
Bar/Professional Activity:
  • $4.75M. Partial paralysis post spine surgery. , 2023
  • $850K.  Death after surgery from bleeding complications, retired male. , 2024
  • $750K. Death of 85 year old after surgery complications. , 2023
  • $3.75M. Death after failure to diagnose and treat blood clots. , 2024
  • Cuyahoga County Bar Association
  • Board Member, Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys (CATA), 2008 - 2015
  • Ohio State Bar, November, 1994
  • Academy of Trial Attorneys
  • American Association for Justice, 2009, 2010
  • Board of Trustees, Ohio Association for Justice, 2009 - 2010
  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Member of the American Board of Trial Advocates 2010-2015
  • The Cleveland Bar Association
  • Federal Court, Northern District of Ohio, 1994
Videos:

These comments were made by fellow attorneys during the annual nomination process.

“Great lawyer, trial lawyer, and respected.”

“Preeminent Med Mal Lawyer”

“Steve has a statewide reputation for representing plaintiffs in medical malpractice cases.”

“Best Lawyer in Ohio”

“Steve is who I trust to handle catastrophic medical malpractice cases. He is as good as it gets.”

“Steve is the premiere medical malpractice attorney in Ohio.”

“Mr. Crandall is an accomplished attorney who provides skilled representation to his clients and maximizes results on their behalf.”

“Mr. Crandall is an excellent attorney and strong advocate for his client”

“Continues to be the best lawyer I've ever seen. Also, has the utmost professionalism and ethics. All around the best!”

“We've had nothing but success whenever we've co-counseled with Steven and his firm. Beyond excellent at medical malpractice and all things Personal Injury.”

“Steve is a sought-after medical malpractice lawyer. He's respected by the defense, and for good reason. He's is well regarded throughout the State of Ohio for his ability to get outstanding results for his clients.”

“Remains the best trial lawyer in Ohio”

“My respect for Steve as a Plaintiff's lawyer is utmost. I have known him for years and consider him one of the best around. ”

“Steve is one of the best personal injury lawyers in Ohio.”

“The best medical malpractice lawyer I have had the pleasure to work with and against. He is a true gentleman and is always up for a challenge.”

“Steve is one of the sharpest legal minds I have ever encountered. He is tenacious and can see through the tough issues to get his clients the best possible results. He is one of the very few attorneys I would trust with a complex medical malpractice case for a friend or relative.”

“Steve is a top flight attorney. He is extremely knowledgeable on the law, very skillful in court and a dedicated, compassionate and fearless advocate.”

“He remains the best lawyer I've ever seen!”

“Finest trial lawyer I've had a case against.”

“Steve remains the best trial lawyer I've ever seen.”

“Steve remains the best medical negligence lawyer I have ever seen.”

“Simply amazing attorney.”

“Masterful trial lawyer”

“Very talented and successful as a medical malpractice attorney”

“excellent attorney. As good as anyone in the state.”

“Steve is a great lawyer who becomes personally vested in the cases he takes on.”

“Steve is a top tear trial lawyer. He is a strong advocate in the courtroom. I respect his skill tremendously.”

“One of the most effective and professional lawyers I have met.”

“Remains the best trial lawyer I've ever seen.”

Office location for Steve Crandall

850 Euclid Avenue
Suite 1122
Cleveland, OH 44114

Phone: 855-421-7300

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