Step-In California Trial Lawyers

At California Trial Lawyers, our seasoned legal team is available to step in to represent your impending trial, offering an unparalleled level of experience and insight into your case. We have a range of litigation experience, including:

You should never feel pressured to accept a settlement for less than your case is worth. We offer expert trial representation and are able to handle the stress and workload of any trial. Our firm implements an asymmetric approach to litigation designed to keep our opponents on their toes, maximizing every strategic advantage available to us.

Trial And Appellate Work

We have litigated over 2,500 cases, with over 99.95 percent of them receiving a settlement or favorable judgment. Mr. Felahy has substantial appellate experience as well, leading two precedent-setting appellate cases in the state of California — Taylor vs. Nabors (same-sex harassment) and Quinn vs. U.S. Bank (disability discrimination). Mr. Felahy has a proven record representing cases through appeals, achieving success in nearly 50 percent of appellate cases (10-20 times the industry average).

We have also litigated a number of class action matters, with successes such as:

  • Successfully defending a regional haircutting salon with over 40 branches in a putative claim for over $10,000,000
  • Wage and hour class action settlement against regional employer for $6.25 million — Final approval granted
  • Wage and hour class action settlement against national employer for $1 million — Final approval granted

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To meet with an experienced trial attorney, call our firm at 323-645-9486 or send us your information. We also offer services in Spanish and Arabic.

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