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Is there a “Zen” approach in truck accident litigation?

Written by Steve Gursten Posted April 30th, 2015

Tips for confronting the hurdles and immense stresses involved in commercial trucking cases

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Truck Roundtable founding attorney Michael Leizerman will be speaking to injury lawyers from across the country this week during the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Jazz Fest Truck Accident Seminar in New Orleans.

Michael’s special presentation is called, “The Zen Approach to … Read More

Truck Roundtable Co-founder Michael Leizerman recovers $16 million verdict for Ohio truck accident case

Written by Steve Gursten Posted December 3rd, 2013

Truck accident attorney Mike Leizerman

When large commercial vehicles pull onto the highway without the proper safety protocols, the consequences can be deadly.

A recent truck accident case tried by Truck Roundtable attorney and co-founder Michael Leizerman centered around this dangerous safety issue. Mike recently received a $16 million jury verdict on behalf of the estate of a young woman … Read More

A crash victim’s primer on what to expect during truck accident cases

Written by Steve Gursten Posted August 1st, 2013

Truck accident attorney Mike LeizermanThis week, I presented to injury lawyers from around the country on helping crash victims understand what to expect during their truck accident cases. I also covered the basics every truck attorney must know about truck accident litigation.

I was part of the MyLawCLE Live Feed Video Seminar from Philadelphia, PA, from 10 a.m.-4:15 p.m. … Read More

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