Ryan is a partner in the firm. He has been a trial attorney for 30 years limiting his practice to plaintiff personal injury litigation including products liability and malpractice. He has tried cases throughout Ohio in both state and federal courts and has successfully argued before the Ohio Supreme Court. Mr. Fisher has obtained millions of dollars in compensation for victims injured or killed in automobile, truck and motorcycle accidents, as well as in medical negligence, nursing home negligence product liability and premises liability cases.
Ryan was born and raised in Greater Cleveland, having graduated from Cleveland Heights High School and the Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 1989. Since being admitted to the Bar in 1989, Mr. Fisher has limited his legal representation only to injured victims. He was appointed by the Ohio Supreme Court and served on the Board of Commissioners on the Unauthorized Practice of Law. He serves on the oversight board for the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Bar association. Ryan has received the highest rating from his peers for ethics and ability (A-V), and is a member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ), Cleveland Academy of Trial Attorneys (CATA) and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association (CMBA). Ryan is married with two children and lives in Chagrin Falls, Ohio.
AV Rating, Highest Rating Award for Legal Ability and General Ethical Standards, by Martindale-Hubbell. Super Layers annually since 2012. Best Lawyers In America. AVVO Rating 10/10. National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers. Top Attorneys In Ohio. Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
A Cuyahoga County jury awarded a $584,000 verdict to a construction worker who had been injured when he was struck by a construction vehicle. The verdict will be adjusted to reflect a finding of 30% fault on behalf of the worker. The case was tried by partners Ryan Fisher and Greg Scott.
Lowe Eklund Wakefield Co., LPA won a $2.3 million dollar settlement for husband and wife who were riding a three-wheeled motorcycle when a motorist in a SUV failed to stop at a stop sign causing the motorcycle driver to T-bone the SUV. The motorcycle driver sustained extensive orthopedic injuries and the passenger sustained a mild traumatic brain injury. Lowe Eklund was able to secure a security video to help establish that the SUV driver failed to stop at the stop sign.
Shortly before trial obtained a seven-figure settlement in a personal injury and wrongful death claim for three mentally challenged group home residents and a police officer who rescued them when an arsonist set fire to their group home. Lowe Eklund was able to prove that the caretaker charged with supervising the three residents had negligently fallen asleep and was therefore unable to alert the residents of the home. The survivors were all badly burned.