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When you know people are out there suffering because someone else made a bad decision, it drives you. Those are the people I want to fight for. They need someone to stand up for them. That’s what so great about being a personal injury attorney working with people who were unnecessarily exposed to asbestos. Seeing these victims get the justice they deserve means that I’m doing my part.
Robert Green, like all dedicated attorneys at Weitz & Luxenberg, has made it his priority to do everything legally in his power to obtain justice for our clients.
Prior to joining Weitz & Luxenberg in the summer of 2016, Mr. Green committed himself for nine years at Simon, Greenstone, Panatier, Bartlett, to representing people harmed by asbestos, as well as defective products, and environmental toxins.
He helped secure verdicts of more than $30 million for clients. His team obtained a verdict of $22.7 million on behalf of his client against the John Crane, Inc., for contributing to this Navy veteran’s mesothelioma. He also earned a verdict against Honeywell of $10.9 million for the family of a plumber, which became the first mesothelioma verdict ever awarded in the Fresno County Superior Court.
Mr. Green has extensive litigation experience and served as both trial counsel and lead settlement negotiator. He also played a key role in everything from conducting the client intake process, to overseeing case development, to preparing for trial and representing clients in court.
He has also demonstrated solid skills as a litigator in the courtroom setting, where he established rapport with juries and built his cases through sound reasoning and tactical discovery of evidence. He has litigated more than a dozen jury trials in three states.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Green worked at the law firm of Carroll, Kelly, Trotter, Franzen & McKenna, where he served as an associate specializing in medical malpractice. While there, he drafted discovery and law and motion, as well as prepared cases for trial and negotiated settlements.
Robert Green will be happy to review your case.