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Brian D. Schall

Brian D. Schall
  • Attorney


Cleveland, OH






Schall joined Kelley Ferraro as an Associate in 2017. He was graduated from Kent State University in 2002, and Cleveland Marshall College of Law in 2010. Schall has advocated for mass tort clients and has recovered millions of dollars in a joint effort against manufacturers of defective products that harm individuals across the country. Additionally, Schall advocates for clients beyond the litigation phase of a case, including negotiations of statutory subrogation claims, and lien resolution from healthcare providers.

Schall works extensively with Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts and assists the Firm in its position as Trust Advisory Committee to multiple Trusts. Schall works firsthand with the firm's Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust settlements department and handles matters such as claim deficiency resolution and alternative dispute resolution including arbitration. Prior to joining the firm, he was an Associate Attorney for the nation's largest litigation support company, handling discovery matters in jurisdictions throughout the country. He has acted as special discovery counsel for out-of-state litigants seeking jurisdiction in the State of Ohio. Schall is an active member of the Ohio State Bar Association and the Lake County Bar Association.

Year Joined Firm

  • 2017

Areas Of Practice

  • Products Liability Litigation
  • Pharmaceutical Litigation
  • Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts
  • Lien Resolution

Bar Admissions

  • Ohio, 2011


  • Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, Ohio
    • J.D. – 2010
  • Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
    • B.A. – 2002
    • Major: Political Science
    • Minor: Criminology and Justice Studies
  • Eastlake North High – 1997

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Ohio State Bar Association, Member, 2011 to Present
  • Lake County Bar Association, Member, 2011

Past Employment Positions

  • Veritext Corp., Associate Attorney - Midwest Division


  • English
  • German

Practice Areas

$120 Million Settlement

To 15,000 Asbestos Victims

$20 Million Verdict


$17 Million Verdict


$8.2 Million Verdict


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