Saar Swartzon of Cohn & Swartzon has acted as lead trial counsel on many successful personal injury verdicts and settlements. Mr. Swartzon has years of experience in personal injury claims involving catastrophic injuries. Mr. Swartzon helped obtain a $36 million jury verdict for an asbestos victim. This personal injury verdict was determined as the 48th largest verdict in the United States according to the National Law Journal, Top 100 Verdicts in 2004. Mr. Swartzon has continued to obtain millions in compensation for his clients each year since starting Cohn & Swartzon.
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Fail fast to succeed faster
- Listen in as Saar tells us how staying on a job too long can cost you.
Tell us something good
- Saar tells us that his best case was during his first year when he represented a truck driver with no workers compensation insurance. With one letter he was able to deliver a 7 figure settlement.
What’s on your desk?
- Personal injury cases of all kinds – mostly car accidents
- An upcoming dog mauling case
- Currently has a mesothelioma/asbestos case in progress
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