Steven A. Martino is a senior shareholder at Taylor Martino, P.C. He concentrates primarily on wrongful death, personal injury, class action and mass-tort litigation with special emphasis on finance fraud, products liability and vehicle accidents.
Mr. Martino has tried and settled many industrial and construction injury cases in the past twenty years. He has been licensed to practice in all courts of Alabama for over twenty-five years. Mr. Martino was born in Pennsylvania and raised near Cleveland, Ohio. He is married and has three children. He is a sustaining member of the Alabama Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA).
He enjoys playing and coaching sports with his children, golfing, bird hunting and exercising. For seven years, he served as National Co-Liaison Counsel for the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in the Multi-District Litigation entitled re: Amtrak “Sunset Limited” Train Crash in Bayou Canot, Alabama on September 22, 1993, in Mobile, AL, USDC Case No. CV-94-5000-RV-C, following the worst railroad disaster in U.S. history.
Mr. Martino was one of three plaintiffs’ attorneys who negotiated the landmark settlement with cigarette manufacturer, The Liggett Group, announced in March of 1996, in conjunction with the historic settlement agreement entered into by twenty-two States Attorneys General and The Liggett Group the same week.
Mr. Martino served a Co-Lead Counsel in Nealy v. Woodmen of the World, a class action settlement of $23.1 million which alleged discriminatory practices by the Woodmen of the World Insurance Company in the sale and issuance of life insurance policies to African Americans.
In addition to these cases listed above, Mr. Martino has served on several Plaintiffs’ Counsel Committees for many statewide and national class action cases including those against hardboard siding manufacturers, vitamin and prescription drug manufacturers/distributors, cellular phone providers, personal finance/bank institutions, oil and gas producing companies, and insurance companies.
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