Let me share with you a little about the way I think. As a longtime member of the Rancho Cucamonga community, I, like you, have several very basic wishes for my family and myself: to be safe, healthy, and be able to provide for my family. In most cases, California laws and federal laws are in place to protect my family from harm or hardship. Any number of organizations and businesses—from the California Department of Transportation, to the California Medical Association, to the California Highway Patrol, to the manufacturer of our cars, assist to shield us from harm or to care for us in case of an accident.
I wish our system and protections were perfect and would keep all safe from harm, unfortunately, from time to time this system fails. A doctor or hospital may make a disastrous, negligent mistake leaving with lasting consequences. A drunk driver might plow into a car on the I-210 leaving many dead or seriously injured. An elderly person might be injured in a slip and fall accident caused by the carelessness of another. A son or daughter might be attacked by a neighbor's loose dog. Even after accidents and injuries such as these, an insurance company may refuse the claim and/or deny the payment of the compensation the person or family needs and deserves. In these cases, you need a knowledgeable, experienced personal injury attorney to find a solution when it seems like there isn't one. This is where I come in. I stand with the injury victims against those who refuse to take responsibility for their actions and fail to pay for the damages they have caused.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, have suffered from medical negligence or malpractice, were hurt on someone else’s property, or were attacked by someone’s pet, call me at 909-481-0100 to see how I can help. From my office in Rancho Cucamonga I proudly serve the entire High Desert region. I'm committed to helping our community, and holding people responsible for the negligent actions is an important part of that process.
Claremont High School, 1974 -'77
Upland High School, 1977 - '78
Brigham Young University, J.D., Juris Doctorate of Law, 1987
United States District Court, for the Central District of California
United States District Court, for the Southern District of California
United States District Court, for the Eastern District of California