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Asbestos Litigation

The attorneys at Rawlin Gravens & Pilawa Co., L.P.A. have represented numerous local, national and international clients in various jurisdictions throughout Ohio in both state and federal courts in defense of toxic tort claims. Our attorneys have successfully defended thousands of asbestos cases for almost thirty years, keeping our client's exposure to a minimum while limiting the litigation and transactional expenses ordinarily associated with the high volume of cases in the asbestos litigation.

In addition to representing clients at the trial court level, our experienced attorneys have also advocated on behalf of our international clients throughout the appellate courts in the Ohio jurisdictions.

As well as the extensive experience with respect to the asbestos litigation, Rawlin Gravens' attorneys have also successfully defended clients on other toxic tort claims, including but not limited to, toxic mold, silica, formaldehyde, lead and other exposure claims to toxic substances. Our thoughtful experience and knowledgeable approach has allowed us to counsel clients to the best possible resolution of these oftentimes complex and costly claims throughout the state and federal courts in Ohio.

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Rawlin Gravens & Pilawa Co., LPA
The Hanna Building, Suite 500
1422 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Phone: 216-579-1602
Toll Free: 877-413-8452
Fax: 216-579-9463
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The attorneys at Rawlin Gravens & Pilawa, Co., L.P.A. represent clients throughout Ohio, including Cleveland, Lorain, Lakewood, Parma, Mentor, Akron, Warren, Youngstown, Canton, Elyria, Toledo, Marion, Massillon, Columbus, Cuyahoga County, Lake County, Mahoning County, Stark County, Summit County, Erie County, Sandusky County, Geauga County, Portage County, Trumbull County and Franklin County.

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