Four Personal Injury Attorneys to Watch in 2019
While there are many personal injury attorneys in Los Angeles, some stand out above the rest. Here are four to watch in 2019.
As a personal injury attorney in Los Angeles, Paul Pej understands the plight of accident victims. He believes that clients deserve a trial attorney who has the experience and ability to win jury trials. Pej has tried back-to-back jury trials and is a graduate of Gerry Spence’s Attorney’s College. Pej understands the subtle strategy that insurance companies use to demonize victims by orchestrating a public relations campaign that often results in a win for them.
As a personal injury attorney in Los Angeles, Pej embraces Carpenter & Zuckerman’s commitment to community service. As the second-founding president of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers‘ Charities, he seeks to improve the lives of people in need by donating his time and resources to various causes, including children, the homeless, and education. He is also active in the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles and the Consumer Attorneys of California.
Asa Eaton, an associate attorney at the law firm of Carpenter & Zuckerman, represents injured individuals. He fights for the rights and well-being of his clients, helping them receive the maximum compensation possible. Prior to joining the firm, Asa served as an associate attorney and law clerk at an intellectual property and lemon law firm. He has a background in business and a passion for helping others.
For 20 years, Brian W. Toppila has represented clients in auto accident and personal injury cases. He then left a prestigious law firm to open his own firm. Today, his firm includes two attorneys on staff and several auxiliary staff members. His team strives to provide each client with the best possible solutions to their legal issues. To learn more about the services offered by Brian Toppila Law Offices, click here.
Lauren C. Martin
Before becoming a Los Angeles personal injury attorney, Lauren C. Martin was a litigation associate at a firm specializing in consumer warranty claims and fraudulent concealment actions. She has also handled numerous cases in both Federal and State Court. During law school, she was an active member of the Women’s Law Society and the Criminal Law Society. She also served as a civil litigation research assistant and held a full-time internship at the Hardcore Gang Division.
Besides working with clients, Martin also lectures on workers’ compensation and disability retirement law. She has extensive experience in these areas. She is a member of the State Bar of California and a contributor to The Best Lawyers in America. She is also an editor of California’s Workers’ Compensation Practice Guide and a contributing author for LexisNexis. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and two children.
Fahd Z. Ali
Fahd Z. Ali, a Los Angeles personal injury attorney, has recovered more than $50 million for his clients. In addition to winning numerous arbitration awards exceeding insurance policy limits, he has successfully tried multiple cases to verdict. A native of South Asia and the Middle East, Fahd is fluent in English, Urdu/Hindi, and Spanish. In addition to his extensive legal experience, he is also a member of the South Asian Bar Association and the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles.
After graduating from law school, Coolidge joined Carpenter & Zuckerman. He has a history of success and has litigated hundreds of cases involving chemical injury. His experience includes cases against Chevron, Dow Chemical, BASF Corporation, Safety-Kleen, and many more. His clients have received settlements of up to eight figures. Greg is committed to helping others recover from similar situations.