Brian M. Zaber

Areas of Practice: Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Auto, Truck, and Motorcycle Accidents

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

Phone: 216-696-1080

Fax: 216-696-3177

Brian M. Zaber is an experienced litigation attorney having practiced for 16 years on both the plaintiff and defense sides of personal injury litigation.  Since joining Seaman & Associates in 2014, Brian has recovered more than $6.5 million for his injured clients.  In 2012, Brian was selected for inclusion in the Ohio Super Lawyers® list of Rising Stars, an award designed to identify the top 2.5% of young lawyers in the State.

my story

Brian’s legal experience began after college when he worked full time as an insurance claims adjuster investigating and resolving tractor-trailer accidents that resulted in personal injury claims. During that time, Brian attended law school in the evenings, graduating from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in 2002. After passing the Ohio bar exam later that year, Brian began his law practice at Reminger Co., LPA, a large insurance defense firm, focusing on the defense of transportation companies, their employers and their insurers against personal injury and wrongful death claims.  Brian was a shareholder at Reminger where he spent more than a decade. Now, he focuses his practice on plaintiff injury litigation. As a lawyer to injured victims, Brian strives to ensure that his injured clients are treated with the utmost respect by the insurance companies and seeks to achieve the best possible outcome for them either through settlement or, when necessary, at trial.

Bar Admissions

Ohio, 2002
United States District Court for the Northern District of Ohio, January 2003


Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law (J.D., 2002)
Kent State University (B.A., cum laude, 1996) 

professional Memberships/Associations

Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
Ohio Association for Justice


Rising Star, Ohio Super Lawyers® (2012)

representative cases

  • $750,000 settlement in a wrongful death case involving a female client who suffered a fractured sternum following a multiple vehicle collision and died after developing delayed pulmonary contusions.

  • $275,000 settlement in a personal injury case where a male client was working as a laborer during the renovation of a private residence when a porch roof collapsed on him causing serious, multiple fractures to his legs.   

  • $185,000 settlement in a trip and fall case involving a female client who sustained a non-surgical fracture to her hip and elbow when she fell over a concrete barrier in a restaurant parking lot in Tuscarawas County.

  • $155,000 settlement in a hit-and-run motor vehicle accident where a male client sustained a non-surgical, fracture to his cervical vertebrae after being struck by an uninsured motorist.

  • $151,000 settlement in a dog bite case where the client had $1,500 in medical bills.

  • $145,000 settlement in a personal injury case where a female client pulled the handle of a recently-repaired refrigerator and it broke off resulting in her falling and suffering a fractured hip injury which required surgery.

  • $145,000 settlement in a medical malpractice case where a fall-risk patient was left unattended during dialysis, and fell suffering a fractured femur which required surgery.