Kleinman, Lesselyong & Novak

Kleinman, Lesselyong & Novak has been exclusively handling personal injury and wrongful death cases throughout the state of Arizona since 1970. Jan Kleinman, Frank Lesselyong and Greg Novak are all "certified by the State Bar of Arizona as a specialists in Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation."

Partners, Jan Kleinman, Frank Lesselyong and Greg Novak and Associate, Kortni Kleinman, have over 90 years of combined experience in cases involving injuries or death resulting from automobile, motorcycle, bicycle...

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Notable Case Results

  • $1,000,000
    Recovery to a client injured in a head-on motorcycle accident. Client suffered numerous serious injuries.
  • $3,000,000
    plus recovery for victims in an accident in 1973 involving the railroad (multiple clients involved)
  • $6,000,000
    recovery for an Unborn child and mother against a city truck that negligently ran a light.
  • $5,000,000
    recovery for a teenage client hit while waiting for a bus. Client suffered serious head and neurogical injuries.
  • $4,250,000
    recovery for a wrongful death of electrocution
  • $1,225,000
    motor cycle accident recovery for a client suffering serious head trauma
  • $300,000
    recovery for a young client bitten by a dog on leg resulting in a scar
  • $945,000
    recovery for client assaulted by cab driver.
  • $200,000
    recovery against a woman who's son attacked a client
  • $1,500,000
    jury verdict that was the then largest verdict in Tucson, Az for a client
  • $1,200,000
    jury verdict for a client injured in an automobile accident suffering permenent injuries.
  • $1,300,000
    recovery to a client who was a passenger in a vehicle whom sustained major skeletal damage.
  • $90,000
    recovery for a young client based on negligent infliction of emotional distress involved in a car accident with a parent
  • $1,100,000
    recovery in 1981 to a client involved in a diving pool incident resulting in a serious neck injury
  • $475,000
    recovery to a client when a metal traffic sign pole came through clients windshield