Mark Abramowitz embodies what it means to be a plaintiff’s attorney. There is no client he will not make time for or any case he will not give 100% on. His hard work and dedication is a result of the positive change he wants to make for real people. And to ensure a victim is not saddled with a loss due to another person’s mistake or a corporation putting money before people.
Judge Vince A. Culotta
Following is a list of Empployment, Licenses and Certifications, and Education
After graduation from law school, John went to work as an Assistant Lake County Public Defender under Lake County Public Defender R. Paul LaPlante. While there, John had unique opportunity to immediately be able to engage in jury trials in both the Willoughby and Painesville Municipal Courts. This period of employment with the Public Defender allowed John to gain valuable insight and experience into the jury trial process which would serve to be invaluable in future years.
Dr. Soliman is a Geriatric and Forensic Psychiatrist. He is Board Certified in General, Forensic, and Geriatric Psychiatry and is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Case Western Reserve School of Medicine. He completed medical school (2000), Psychiatry residency (2004), and Geriatric Psychiatry fellowship (2005) at Wayne State University in Detroit and has completed Forensic Psychiatry fellowship training at Case Western (2006).