Frank served as co-lead counsel for plaintiff Cuyahoga County, Ohio in the first bellwether trial in the National Opioid Litigation. The lawsuit against opioid distributors, manufacturers, and retail pharmacies involved 45 depositions and production of over 16 million pages of documents. Frank frequently appeared in national media to discuss the case. To date, the plaintiff legal team has secured over $300 million in settlements for Cuyahoga and Summit County and continues to move forward against additional remaining defendants. Frank also represents over 30 hospitals in Ohio and West Virginia and 20 counties and cities from Ohio, New York, and Louisiana in the opioid litigation. He is co-lead for two of the next bellwether plaintiffs in the national opioid litigation.
Frank has earned a national reputation for expertise in wrongful death, industrial accidents, personal injury, product liability, class action, and medical malpractice. He has been named to the list of Super Lawyers® in Ohio multiple times, including the Top 100 in Ohio and Top 50 in Cleveland. He was selected by The National Trial Lawyers as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Trial Lawyers in Ohio and by Crain’s Cleveland Business as one of its 40 Under 40 most successful business and community leaders in Northeast Ohio. He has repeatedly been named one of Ohio’s Leading Lawyers by Inside Business and is a lifetime member in both the Million Dollar and Multimillion Dollar Advocates Forum. WILG, a national organization of workers’ compensation attorneys, named him one of the Top 100 workers’ compensation attorneys in America.
Frank is respected both inside and outside the courtroom. He was President of the Council of Presidents of the American Association for Justice. He is Past President of the Ohio Association for Justice (OAJ), the youngest president in the organization’s history.
In recognition of his leadership in workers’ compensation, Frank has been appointed to the Industrial Commission Nominating Council three times by the Governor of Ohio. He has appeared on numerous radio and television talk shows discussing how Ohio laws affect victims’ rights.
Frank is a member of the Ohio Association for Justice, American Association for Justice, Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, Ohio State Bar Association, and Cleveland Association of Trial Attorneys, and a Life Member of the 8th District Judicial Conference. He earned a B.S. degree from Boston College and a Juris Doctor degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
Outside of work, Frank enjoys spending time with his family, playing terrible golf, and cooking food that while edible, usually does not look as intended.
What Clients Are Saying About Frank
“Without the help of Frank Gallucci, I know we would not have had the successful outcome that we had. Frank worked extremely hard to make sure that the truth was told. He guided us through the entire legal process, one which he clearly had intimate knowledge of. He was personable, efficient, and most importantly, he was professional. My family and I are eternally grateful for his service and I highly recommend Frank Gallucci, without reservation.”