Scott I Palumbo
Attorney Scott Palumbo is a Member of Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo, PC, a law firm in Phoenix, AZ. As a lawyer in Phoenix, Arizona, attorney Palumbo serves Maricopa County, as well as clients throughout Arizona.
Areas of Practice
- Auto Accident
- Birth Injury
- Defective / Dangerous Products
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury
- Wrongful Death
Admitted to Practice Law
- 2001, Arizona and US District Court, District of Arizona
|:||University of Notre Dame, BA, 1996|
|Law School||:||Arizona State University College of Law, JD, 2001|
- American Bar Association
- State Bar of Arizona
- Trial Practice Section Executive Board Member
- American Association for Justice Arizona Trial Lawyers Association Member, Board of Directors
University of Notre Dame National Monogram Club Member (Football)
National Football League Players Association, 2002 - 2003 Certified Contract Advisor
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Alumni Association Member, Board of Directors
Superior Court of Arizona, 2009 - Present Judge Pro Tempore
Arizona Supreme Court Attorney Discipline Unit
Hearing Panel Judge
Brain Injury Association of Arizona
Advisory Board Member
Scott I. Palumbo is a Phoenix, Arizona, native and a founding partner of Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Notre Dame, where he was a letterman on the varsity football team. Mr. Palumbo went on to receive his law degree from the Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. He now dedicates his practice to defending the victims of catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death. Mr. Palumbo and his wife, Emily, live in Phoenix and are proud parents of a wonderful son.
The American Trial Lawyers Association named Mr. Palumbo one of the Top 100 trial attorneys in Arizona. He is also a member of the prestigious Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, which recognizes attorneys who have attained multi-million dollar verdicts or settlements for their clients.
Palumbo Wolfe & Palumbo, PC
2800 N Central Ave, Ste 1400
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
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Plaintiffs Personal Injury, Plaintiffs Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Defective Products.
The case arose from a traffic collision that occurred on May 17, 2003. The plaintiff was riding his motorcycle south on Seventh Street in Phoenix, Arizona. The plaintiff's motorcycle collided with a Chevrolet Tahoe being driven by a 16 year-old who had just finished a training session at North Mountain Park with her Under-17 Mesa Soccer Club team, coached by a Soccer Club employee, for whom the Mesa Soccer Club, Inc. was legally responsible. The plaintiff alleged that the defendant driver was an agent, servant and/or employee of Mesa Soccer Club, Inc., who was acting on behalf of the Mesa Soccer Club, Inc. at the time of the crash.
In the collision, the plaintiff was seriously injured. The most serious of his injuries included a severe, permanent bilateral diffuse axonal shear traumatic brain injury. He suffers from spastic hemiplegia and severe cognitive and behavioral problems. Since the crash, the plaintiff was diagnosed with: 1) Closed head injury with cerebral shear injury and subarachnoid hemorrhage; 2) Multiple facial fractures including a right tripod fracture and LeFort fracture; 3) Basilar skull fracture and fracture involving the middle cranial fossa; 4) Bilateral mandibular fractures; 5) Multiple facial lacerations; 6) C6 spinous process fracture; 7) Bibasilar atelectasis; 8) Right mandibular angle fracture; 9) Right zygomatic arch fracture; 10) Severe traumatic brain injury. These injuries necessitated numerous surgeries. The plainitff was declared incompetent to handle his own affairs as a result of his injuries. The plaintiff's fiance was appointed by the court as the guardian and conservator.