Attorney Jack Landskroner
A dedicated personal injury lawyer who fought for what was right
Jack Landskroner believed it was important to help people get their day in court and speak on their behalf. Jack considered each client’s unique point of view and perspective when handling their case in order to truly represent their best interests. A strong advocate for abused and neglected children, Jack approached each case with compassion and an open mind, as well as a drive to deliver justice.
A former president of the national public interest organization, The Public Justice Foundation, he also served as a trustee of the Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys. Jack was also recognized by Ohio Super Lawyers for more than 10 consecutive years.
The recipient of many awards and accolades, Jack was most honored to receive the Garretson Courage Award in 2014 for his representation of 11 children caged by their adoptive/foster parents under the supervision of child protection agencies, social workers, and other professionals who failed in their responsibilities. He also received the President’s Award from the Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys for his work in the community protecting the interests of children.