"I like the challenge of taking on tough cases. I take pride in keeping my clients informed, getting the job done, and doing it right."
Attorney David P. Miraldi has been representing injured people since 1978 when he joined the law firm of Miraldi & Barrett. David's practice includes not only motor vehicle, product liability, and medical malpractice claims, but litigation of insurance coverage disputes and bad faith claims. He is a member and past president of the Lorain County Bar Association and has served on many bar association committees and lectured on a variety of topics.
He is the author of two recent books, "Don't Be A Victim Again: How To Protect Yourself After A Motor Vehicle Crash In Ohio" and "When The Dog Bites: A Consumer's Guide To Handling Dog Bite Claims In Ohio." Both books are available through the website.
David has been honored as an Ohio Super Lawyer in the practice area of plaintiff personal injury law for the last six years, 2010 though 2016. The Ohio Super Lawyer designation is limited to those attorneys considered to be in the top five percent in their practice field. For many years, David has received the highest rating (AV) from Martindale-Hubbell, a company that bases its evaluations upon peer reviews.
David is also a member of The Ohio State Bar Association, The Cleveland Academy of Trial Lawyers, The Ohio Association for Justice, and The Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association. David graduated from The College of Wooster where he earned honors and was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Society. In 1978, he graduated summa cum laude from the Ohio State University College of Law where he published several articles in the Ohio State Law Journal.
In addition to the responsibilities of his law practice, David has been active in church, school, and other community projects. David's hobbies include tennis, bicycling, and photography. David and his wife, Leslee, an attorney practicing in Cleveland, reside in Avon, Ohio and have three children.
J.D. The Ohio State College of Law (1978)
Professional Honors & Activities:
The Ohio State College of Law: Order of the Coif, summa cum laude
Associate Editor of the Ohio State University Law Journal.
President of Lorain County Bar Association 1994-95
Ohio Super Lawyer 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Don't Be A Victim Again: How To Protect Yourself After A Motor Vehicle Crash In Ohio.
When The Dog Bites: A Consumer's Guide To Handling Dog Bite Claims In Ohio.
Ohio State Law Journal: Volume 38 Note: The Relationship Between Trespass and Fourth Amendment Protection After Katz v. United States.
Admitted to practice in federal court of Northern District of Ohio on 8-9-1985.
Admitted to practice in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals on 10-28-2005.
Admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court 3-7-1994.
Dave, I would like to thank you for handling my case. I appreciate your continued efforts and dealings with all the insurance people involved. Also a special thank you to Rene for handling the details on a day to day basis and keeping me informed of necessary information. It was a pleasure to work with both of you. We could not have gotten to this point without your law firm. You gave me the opportunity to get well instead of worrying myself sick and fighting with everybody, from hospitals to insurance companies, about what I owed. Thanks again. Ted S. of South Amherst, Ohio.
David, Thank you so much from Sandra and myself. You and your staff made a very bad situation for me and my family comfortable and even pleasant. Brad did an outstanding job and was an absolute pleasure to work with. You have my deepest gratitude. Tim T. of Wakeman, Ohio.