Frank Cesarone

Meyers & Flowers
3 N 2Nd St Ste 300
Saint Charles, IL 60174
(630) 232-6333

Since joining Meyers & Flowers, LLC in 2013, Frank has been actively involved in the firm’s product liability and?personal injury practices. He takes pride in being a voice for victims of neglectful physicians, drug companies and medical device manufacturers. Frank is not afraid of the courtroom and has tried both criminal and civil cases to verdict. His attention to detail, determination and dedication to client advocacy has resulted in recognition as a National Trial Lawyers “Top 40 Under 40”, Super Lawyers “Rising Star” and Chicago Magazine “Illinois Rising Star.”

Frank has been actively involved in numerous complex product liability litigations and trials. Several of the product liability litigations Frank has worked on have resulted in multi-billion-dollar settlements. Most recently, Frank was involved in two multi-plaintiff trials involving defective hip replacement where he presented several key witnesses.

Ultimately, both trials led to significant compensation for each of the injured plaintiffs. His compassionate litigation has recovered outstanding results for his clients including $3,250,000 for a 60-year-old Chicago executive that was injured by a defective medical device and $1,800,000 for a local attorney who sustained injuries from a defective medical device. Presently, Frank is a part of the trial team pursuing actions against Conagra following numerous cooking-spray explosions. In addition, Frank is lead counsel in the NuWave and Tristar pressure cooker cases taking place in Cook County, Illinois and Broward County, Florida.

“As an attorney, my goal is to make a difference in the lives of my clients; to give them a voice, zealously advocate on their behalf, and show them that justice and the right outcome can be achieved.”

Prior to joining the firm in February 2013, Frank gained civil litigation experience while working at a large South Carolina plaintiff’s firm, with a focus on asbestos-related multi-district litigation. Frank also worked as an associate at a small South Carolina personal injury law firm, where he litigated before the Social Security Administration and handled numerous workers’ compensation and personal injury cases.

Frank attended DePaul University College of Law, where he focused his studies on litigation. As a student, Frank received the CALI Award for Excellence in Trial Advocacy II, Evidence, Criminal Litigation Strategies, and Criminal Appeals Clinic. He also spent extensive time volunteering, which earned him the Benjamin Hooks Service and Distinguished Public Service Awards.

Notable Cases & Results

• $3,250,000 for a 60-year-old Chicago marketing and communications executive who was injured by a defective medical device
• $1,800,000 for 74-year-old Chicago attorney who was injured by a defective medical device
• $1,700,000 settlement for plaintiffs injured by a defective medical device
• $1,435,000 settlement for plaintiffs injured by a defective medical device
• $1,400,000 for 64-year-old McHenry small business owner who was injured by a defective medical device
• $1,000,000 settlement for 40-year-old woman injured by a defective kitchen appliance
• $800,000 settlement for a couple involved in car crash with a plow truck
• $700,000 settlement for a 68-year-old victim of a wrong-site surgery by a podiatrist
• $680,000 settlement for plaintiffs injured by a defective medical device
• $500,000 for a 62-year-old who suffered renal injuries due to the negligence of a gastroenterologist