Deborah graduated from the prestigious Queen Mary University London, in the United Kingdom, with Honors at the top 2% of the year and was awarded the Prize for Outstanding Academic Achievement. She is admitted to practice Law in California, England & Wales, in addition to United States District Court (Central District of California), United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, United States District Court (Eastern District), United States Court of International Trade, United States Tax Court and California Supreme Court. She is both caring and extremely fierce in her representation of her clients from large corporation to private individuals.
With more than 15 multi-million dollar trials or settlements under my belt, I manage the firm from the Stuart, Florida office. I have about 100 trials and nearly a thousand depositions over my career in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice, business and employment litigation, civil rights, class actions, product liability claims and other complex litigation matters.
I have litigated employment cases against corporate giants like General Motors, Wal-Mart, HCA, and Tyco International, and taken on the biggest insurance companies in death and serious injury cases all around Florida and the United States.
I am a member of the Florida Bar, Federal District Courts for Southern, Middle and Northern Districts of Florida, the 11th Circuit in Atlanta and a member of numerous trial lawyer associations and charities. I am also a mediator, a graduate of FSU (BS) 1983 and Nova Southeastern (JD) 1987. I am happily married; my two daughters are pursuing careers in California. I am a pilot, certified diver, aspiring chef and have a great love of music, sports and technology.
plaintiff's law firm is measured by many things including, the
experience of the attorneys, the size of the awards, and the percentage
of cases won, settled or dismissed. But these are just numbers and they
will never be a substitute for the most important thing of all: the
values of the people you are working with. At the Law Offices of Arthur S. Charchian expect Honesty, Accountability and Accessability:
"The grandest homage that we can pay to truth is to use it."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
We will tell it how it is!
"In any organization, personal responsibility and accountabilitybegin at the top."
- Nathaniel Branden
You depend on us! We are here for you!
"Good communication is the key to success."
- Dr. Bill Lampton
Your calls will be answered, your messages returned, and clients will be kept up to date on their cases!
These are my promises to you.
Arthur S. Charchian
Steven Pate Harrelson
Why did I become a lawyer? I chose law with the intent to bring justice to a broken world, to vindicate the rights of the weak, vulnerable and oppressed, and to confirm that justice is blind, ensuring equality to all people. To me, the law is a calling because I approach it as a way of serving others.
I'm proud to be a veteran trial lawyer with offices in Little Rock and Texarkana. I am licensed to practice law in Arkansas, Lousiana, and Texas.
Andrew Charles Carlton
Andrew C. Carlton's professional roots are tied to the construction and real-estate industries. Though Mr. Carlton began his construction experience in 1977, he obtained a real estate license in the mid 1980s and specialized in commercial properties in downtown Los Angeles. In 1989, he obtained his contractor’s license and formed, owned and operated a design/build firm for six years.
Mr. Carlton attended President Nixon's alma mater, Whittier College, where he received L.A. Philanthropic Foundation and Haynes Foundation scholarships, a Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Graduate in Major, and graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.A. in History. Mr. Carlton also attended Whittier Law School where he received his Juris Doctorate in 2000. While there, he was a Roy Newsom and Merit Scholarship recipient and received the CALI Excellence For The Future Award for Professional Responsibility and Third-Year Writing.
His Appellate publications include: BFGC Architects Planners, Inc. v. Forcum/Mackey Construction, Inc. et al. (2004) 119 Cal. App. 4th 848; 14 Cal. Rptr. 3d 721 - no right for architect to pursue claim for equitable indemnity against general contractor where no basis for tort liability exists against the proposed general contractor/indemnitor; Force Framing, Inc. v. Chinatrust Bank et al. (2010) 187 Cal. App. 4th 1368 - so long as the information provided in a Preliminary 20-day Notice is obtained from a sufficiently reliable source, such as from the owner, a contractor need not investigate extraneous sources to verify said information; Mepco Services, Inc., v. Saddleback Valley Unified School District, et (2010) 189 Cal. App. 4th 1027 - a contractor may recover attorneys' fees under an attorneys' fees clause contained in a performance bond, despite the absence of an attorney's fees clause in the parties' contract.
Mr. Carlton has lectured on various construction related subjects including "Change Orders in California" (Lorman Education Services), and was published in Los Angeles Lawyer Magazine, "The Tools Available to Contractors for Recovery of Attorney's Fees", in January 2012. He has also authored and published "The ABCs To CYA: Subcontractors (and Material and Equipment Providers) on Private Works" and "The ABCs To CYA: Subcontractors (and Material and Equipment Providers) on Public Works", which are self-help guides for subcontractors and material and equipment providers in California. He has lectured and/or written on various other construction related subjects, as well. Mr. Carlton was voted Affiliate of the Year by the Engineering Contractors Association, in 2011, served on the Engineering Contractors Association's Board of Directors in 2016 and 2017, and was the chairman of the Southern California Contractors Association's Legal Committee in 2014 and 2015.
Mr. Carlton is admitted to practice before all the courts of the State of California, the United States District Court, Central District, the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and also before the Supreme Court of the United States.
Anthony Chuma Ifediba
Anthony Chuma Ifediba, Esq. Brings with him over 14 years of extensive law expertise ranging from Wrongful Death, Antitrust cases, Mortgage Backed Securities, Master Securities Transaction Agreements, Forensic Auditing, Aviation Accidents, Products Liability, Brain Injury, Environmental Law, Toxic Torts, Collections, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse, Defective drugs, and more.
Over the course of his career, Ifediba has represented clients from a diverse background, and in every type of court. From the municipal court to the Supreme Court. Ifediba has remained a tireless advocate and a compassionate voice for justice.
Anthony Ifediba graduated from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Anambra State Nigeria with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science. He obtained his Doctor of Jurisprudence degree with honors from Appalachian School of Law in Grundy, Virginia in 2001. Ifediba is a licensed and practicing attorney both in Alabama and Washington, DC. He also works on national and international cases.
Ifediba Law Group is a Birmingham, Alabama based client-centric leading law firm. Known nationwide and internationally for aggressive and high-quality legal representation of individuals, families, companies, institutions, and more. With over 40 years of combined experience, and millions of dollars in compensation for our clients. Our attorneys have the expertise your case requires, and the negotiating power to recover the compensation you deserve.
Since 2004, our representation of Alabamans in personal injury claims, as well as other litigations, has provided us with a unique advantage to be your voice and tirelessly fight for you. An absolute understanding of how insurers and corporations fight legitimate claims and how to counter their tactics. If you or your loved one has suffered severe personal injury due to the negligence of another person or as a result of a hazardous product malfunctioning, then give Ifediba Law group a call. The consultation and assessment are free to you. Let us help you get ahead.
Torsten Michael Bassell
Nicole Lari-Joni is a litigation and trial attorney, who is dedicated to recovering just and fair compensation for her clients. Ms. Lari-Joni's practice is primarily concentrated on litigating and trying cases involving personal injury, contract disputes, and/or insurance bad faith.
Ms. Lari-Joni's personal injury practice covers a wide range of cases, but primarily focuses on severe and catastrophic injuries, including, but not limited to, brain injuries, burn injuries, and wrongful death. With regard to her contract dispute practice, her cases involve tortious cases, including, interference with prospective economic advantage, as well as complex contractual disputes between businesses. Finally, Ms. Lari-Joni's bad faith practice addresses the issues that arise when insurers fail to treat their loyal, paying clients properly by denying benefits or failing to protect their insureds from lawsuits or other matters.
In litigating the foregoing types of cases on behalf of her clients, Ms. Lari-Joni's has obtained notable jury verdicts and settlements. In 2011, Ms. Lari-Joni was recognized as the Consumer Attorneys of California's Woman Trial Lawyer of the Year. Additionally, in 2011, the City of Lancaster awarded a commendation to Ms. Lari-Joni for her excellence in advocating at trial for injured victim's rights. Among other notable achievements, Ms. Lari-Joni has been honored by SuperLawyers as one of their Rising Stars. No more than 2.5% of the lawyers in the state are named to the prestigous list. She also has been recognized by the Recorder's edition of the Top 100 Million Dollar Verdict in California, for which one of her jury verdicts recently appeared.
At the end of the day, Ms. Lari-Joni's success is founded upon her sincere devotion to her clients and their needs. She understands the problems that they face and she stands beside them so that they do not face them alone.
Mr. Stephen Vokshori graduated Magna Cum Laude from USC’s Marshall School of Business and elected to attend the UCLA School of Law for his Juris Doctor. While in UCLA’s Business Law and Policy Program, he exhibited academic excellence in Real Estate, Corporate, and Finance law, and became a recipient of the Stephen E. Claman Scholarship.Mr. Vokshori’s work experience has included being managing partner at Taylor & Vokshori, a prominent real estate law firm, in-house legal counsel for a sizeable commercial and residential real estate company, litigation consultant with Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, and litigation associate at Demler Armstrong & Rowland. As Managing Attorney of Vokshori Law Group, Mr. Vokshori utilizes his unique background in law, accounting, finance, and business when encountering complex real estate transactions, bankruptcy litigation, or business planning in anticipating and formulating solutions for his clients. He brings a strategic perspective to his work that enables clients to understand the issues they face in new ways. All the while, Mr. Vokshori understands that clients want to be kept apprised of their case and he makes time to personally meet with them and provide frequent status reports.Mr. Vokshori represents clients in all facets of bankruptcy proceedings and litigation, as well as insolvency issues in business transactions, and he represents debtors and secured lenders in their in- and out-of-court restructurings. He also represents distressed homeowners who have been victimized by the proliferation of sub-prime and predatory lending as well as those who have witnessed double-digit percentage declines in property values which has stripped the equity out of their homes. Mr. Vokshori regularly advises business owners and entrepreneurs in all of their business transactions including matters relating to business planning and growth, and provides advice and legal services at all stages including startup, business expansion, transition planning and execution. He has wide-ranging experience in all aspects of commercial and residential real estate. He is also experienced in estate planning and trust administration, including business succession planning for family and other closely held enterprises.Mr. Vokshori understands the importance of community service and regularly devotes significant time to delivering needed pro bono legal assistance. Throughout his legal career, he has volunteered his services to individuals fighting against corporate and state powers. Volunteering with Public Counsel’s general relief advocacy program, Mr. Vokshori argued to protect the rights of people in the welfare system that were homeless or at risk of becoming so. Mr. Vokshori also provided free legal assistance to UCLA students through UCLA’s Student Legal Services program, counseling students on a wide variety of legal issues. Currently, Mr. Vokshori spends his free time assisting low-income tenants fight against illegal evictions and unlawful detainer actions – a troubling corollary of the subprime mortgage foreclosure crisis. He also dedicates time to volunteer at Public Counsel's Consumer Law and Debtor Assistance Projects in providing advice and counsel to debtors that are filing for bankruptcy without an attorney.
Wesley D. Wakeford
I am a committed and passionate advocate and counselor. My litigation experience ranges from trying small injury cases to verdict to handling complex legal issues on appeal. I have represented hundreds of clients with cases against individuals, governmental agencies, insurance companies and other businesses. My primary practice area is representing injury victims who need help navigating the pitfalls of dealing with insurance companies and the court system. My greatest satisfaction comes from obtaining recoveries for the people who need help the most.
Los Angeles personal injury attorney Michael Ghozland has spent the last 10 years focusing his efforts on personal injury law, serving the residents of Southern California with the utmost dedication and commitment to positive results. Having recovered tens of thousands of dollars for past clients, Attorney Ghozland puts forth 100% effort for every case he takes on, no matter how big or small the case may be. It is his top priority to safeguard the rights of residents throughout Whittier and the Los Angeles area by negotiating with insurance providers to make certain that rightful claims are paid in full. Before starting his own firm, he worked at a top-notch law firm representing plaintiff’s rights. While there he was involved in a few multi-million dollar settlements, and quickly learned the essential tactics and strategies needed to attain positive end results. He will always work to return calls within 24 hours, making himself available to every client when they need him most. Do not hesitate to contact Ghozland Law Firm today to learn more about what we can do on your behalf!
Julian Jacob Carash
Practice Areas: 100 % Personal Injury
Admitted: 2004, California and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California
Law School: Santa Clara University School of Law, J.D., 2003
College: University of California at San Diego, B.A., 1998
Member: State Bar of California, Santa Clara County Bar Association, Italian American Heritage Foundation of San Jose
Languages: English, conversational Italian, French
Our law firms consists of 3 attorneys with combined experience of over 70 years.
We are a litigation-based firm focused on providing the best legal services available for our clients.
Attorney Julian Carash handles 100% personal injury claims and has successfully litigated hundreds of cases to settlement, court or jury verdict.
Charlsey Wolff, married to Bennett Wolff, raised two children, Vanessa and David, in the New Orleans area. She lived three years in France (Montpellier and Nice) prior to returning to the U.S. She attended law school in France, while owning two businesses, a restaurant in Montpellier (Hamburger Stop) and in Nice (delicatessen) and working for Berlitz School of Languages, in Nice. She returned to the United States and Mrs. Wolff received a Bachelor of Arts in French Literature in 1981 from Southeastern Louisiana University. She graduated from Tulane University Law School cum laude in 1986. She received a Masters in French Literature from University of New Orleans in 1992.
Mrs. Wolff has practiced in the areas of family law, real estate, labor law, personal injury, worker’s compensation, longshore and harbor workers’ compensation and social security disability. Additionally, she has served her community through volunteer work, including Touro Synagogue Sisterhood, and City Park Nola Bark. Currently, she is the President of the New Orleans and Metairie chapter of MADD. Mrs. Wolff currently serves as treasurer of Louisiana Worker’s Advocates. She is a member of the Louisiana Bar Association, the New Orleans Bar Association and the Eastern District of Louisiana.
The Law Office of Wolff & Wolff is located in two Metairie locations and we are proud to serve the Southeastern Parishes of Louisiana.
Jason Olivier is owner of Olivier Law Firm. He has practiced law with distinction for a long time. Here are some facts about him: Jason was born in New Orleans, Louisiana but grew up in the suburb of Metairie. He graduated from Nicholls State University. After a career in radio and television, he attended Loyola School of Law in New Orleans. Upon graduating and passing the Louisiana bar, he opened a private practice focusing on corporate, collection and consumer rights. He became a partner in the firm of Naccari, Deas and Pugh. His personal clients at the time included a prominent sports franchise owning family, and most of the major hospitals and clinics in the metropolitan New Orleans area. He has taught in the areas of health care privacy law, collection and risk management. He received knighthoods from both the Roman Catholic church and the Imperial Family of Vietnam for his world-wide charity work. He is active in his church, its music ministry and in work for the poor. He holds belts in three martial arts and is a tenor soloist in the metropolitan New Orleans area.
John W Redmann
As founder of the Law Office of John W. Redmann, LLC, Mr. Redmann is committed to representing clients in Gretna, Metairie, New Orleans, throughout the Westbank area and across the state of Louisiana. He focuses his practice on personal injury cases that involve the following matters: medical malpractice, legal malpractice, serious injuries, product liability, auto accidents, insurance claims, class action suits and mass torts.
Mr. Redmann earned his law degree from the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law in 1989.
The son of Judge William V. Redmann of Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal, Mr. Redmann has a family history of pursuing justice. With more than 25 years of experience, he approaches every case as though it will go to trial. Mr. Redmann understands the challenges facing those recovering from an injury and tenaciously works toward securing compensation for clients who have suffered as a result of someone else's negligence. He is known for his compassion and personal attention, giving clients the ability to focus on healing while he advocates on their behalf.
Fluent in Spanish and French, Mr. Redmann can work with people from all walks of life. For his successes, he has earned the highest possible rating of AV Preeminent* from Martindale-Hubbell; he has received the Client Distinction Award from Martindale-Hubbell; and he has been named in Who's Who in American Law 2015-2016.
Sharing his legal experience with others, Mr. Redmann hosts an interactive television show on WLAE-TV in New Orleans called John Redmann: Power of Attorney that discusses legal topics and takes viewer questions. He holds memberships with the Louisiana Bar Foundation, the Louisiana State Bar Association's Bench and Bar Section, the American Association for Justice, the Academy of New Orleans Trial Lawyers and the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.
S. Christie Smith IV
S. Christie Smith IV is the Senior Partner of SmithAdvocates, LLC, a regional Louisiana law firm originally established in 1911 to represent laborers--and too often their widows and children--who were harmed by the burgeoning and unregulated timber industry in the rural South. Mr. Smith's work today is the modern extension of that practice. As a consumer advocate and lawyer-in-the-trenches, he has spent his career representing regular people in the fight for safer working conditions, reliable products, civil rights, and fair access to the courts.
His practice focuses on litigating wrongful death and catastrophic injury cases resulting from defective products and drugs, automobile collisions, motorcycle accidents, industrial incidents, and Federal Tort Claims liability. On occasion, he defends individuals in the most serious types of criminal charges or in cases where their Constitutional rights have been intentionally or systemically abridged. One of only a few lawyers dually board-certified in both Civil and Criminal Trials by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification, he is widely-published and frequently lectures on emerging issues in trial law and technique.
Evaluated by his peers as possessing the highest level of skill and exemplifying the highest ethical standards, you will find no lawyer more qualified and more committed to helping his clients. With 22 years experience practicing in Louisiana and other jurisdictions, Mr. Browne has successfully represented clients ranging from individuals and small businesses to Fortune 500 Companies in numerous trials, appeals, personal injury suits, medical malpractice actions, insurance coverage disputes, oil & gas disputes, commercial litigation suits, and other matters. Mr. Browne's years of experience in representing major corporations provides him with a unique and useful perspective in representing individuals against such companies.
Mr. Browne received his B.A., Cum Laude, with a major in French, from Louisiana State University in 1988, where he was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society. Mr. Browne received his J.D., Magna Cum Laude, From Tulane Law School in 1991. While attending Tulane Law School, Mr. Browne was a member of the Order of the Coif and was an Editor of the Tulane Law Review. Mr. Browne was admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1991 and has also been admitted to practice before all federal courts in Louisiana, including the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals and The United States Supreme Court.
In 1998, Mr. Browne was invited to join the adjunct faculty at Tulane Law School, where he currently serves as an Adjunct Associate Professor of Trial Advocacy.
Bryan David Fisher
OVER 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE AND $125,000,000.00 WON FOR OUR CLIENTS
BRYAN FISHER and the legal team at FISHER INJURY LAWYERS provide top notch, experienced and effective legal representation to those injured in accidents and their families. Bryan Fisher has the rare distinction of TWICE winnning trial verdicts of over $15,000,000.00. To date, Bryan and his team have won over $100,000,000.00 on behalf of our clients and that number increases every day.
Our firm is exclusively focused on personal injury cases and offers unsurpassed knowledge, expereince and expertise in this complex area of law. We have scored top results for clients injured in accidents involving automobiles, trucks, 18 wheelers, boats, pedestrians, slip and falls, motorcycles, industrial settings and more. Read More
John Paul Young
John P. Young is an attorney who knows the meaning of giving to the community. Mr. Young has distinguished himself among his peers by serving the members of the Indianapolis area in a variety of ways. Most notable is his service to the Brain Injury Association of Indiana on the Board of Directors and as the Chair and working with Boy Scout Troop 174. Mr. Young is dedicated to the idea that every citizen deserves the best legal representation.
Matthew Douglas McConnell
Drawing on a broad range of experience in multiple practice areas, our practice focuses on:
1 - serious injury and wrongful death from truck or car accidents, work accidents, and offshore and maritime (Jones Act seaman and longshoreman) accidents;
2 - ERISA long-term disability insurance and other insurance claims, worker-injuries, employment, commercial trucking and private auto accidents; and
3 - general legal assistance (wills, successions, as well as select criminal-defense matters).
I attended LSU law school in the fall of 1985, became a Moot Court Member, then graduated in the summer of 1989. I passed the bar exam and had the honor and privilege of being admitted as a Louisiana lawyer by the Louisiana Supreme Court on October 6, 1989.
Then, I worked as a Research Associate at LSU law school's Center for Civil Law Studies, for about 9 years, and practiced law on the side.
In the year 2000, I worked for a Baton Rouge law firm, and in the summer of 2001, I opened my own law office.
I am also a certified translator in three languages: French, Arabic, and English.
Ronald Marc Papell
I have been representing victims of negligence for over 35 years and have achieved outstanding results for my clients in trial as well as settlement, arbitration and mediation. I have volunteered my services as a settlement officer in the Superior Court for 30 years and have settled hundreds of cases for other attorneys and their clients. I have also served as a Judge Pro Tem in Small Claims Court.
My practice includes the representation of individuals injured in every type of vehicular accident and in a wide variety of other situations including:
DOG BITE INCIDENTS
SLIP/TRIP FALL ACCIDENTS
DANGEROUS PRODUCT INCIDENTS
Please visit my website at RMPLAW.COM and read some articles I have written to assist you in the event of an injury or to answer questions concerning insurance coverage and other matters related to my practice. Should you have any questions feel free to address them to my email address: email@example.com.
Thank you for taking the time to read my profile and be assured that all inquiries are handled confidentially and all cases are taken on a contingency basis where you will never be charged a fee unless we achieve a recovery on your behalf.
Chad Anson Dudley
Chad A. Dudley is the managing partner of Dudley DeBosier Injury Lawyers. Dudley DeBosier has offices throughout Louisiana and focuses on the areas of personal injury, worker’s compensation, social security disability, and mass torts. Mr. Dudley is also the founding partner of Vista Consulting, a consulting company that provides operational consulting to personal injury firms across the country.
Claude Armand Wyle
The lawyers in my firm provide serious help for serious injuries. I am an ethical aggressive experienced San Francisco Bay Area trial attorney who represents those who have been hurt by the wrongful conduct if others. After nearly three decades in personal injury practice, I enjoy great experience in my specialty as well as the respect of the opposition. I specialize in serious and catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases.I emphasize brain injury cases and spinal cord injury cases, and amputation cases as well as cases involving fractures and joint injuries and lacerations and burns. I am an avid motorcyclist and bicyclist. I specialize in motorcycle bicycle pedestrian truck, and automobile collision cases. Also, I represent persons who have been harmed by dangerous and defective products, dangerous roadways, and dangerous and defective properties.
William Benjamin Smith
I have been practicing for 40 years representing victims of severe personal injury and wrongful death. I am a trial lawyer who is fully prepared and ready to try your case before a jury if the defendants are unwilling to settle.
I have been very involved with legal education and teaching other lawyers how to be effective advocates.. I have taught at UC Hastings College of the Law, Stanford University Law School, University of San Francisco Law School and Golden Gate University School of Law. i have taught courses in civility for lawyers and law students all across California and other nearby states.
Our law firm is a pioneer in using technology to maximize damages for our clients.
We have won a national award for that and we continue to improvise to make
trials shorter and a jury's job easier.
I have been elected to all of the key trial lawyer organizations by my peers. I have taken on leadership roles in many of them.
When I am not working for my clients, I am an avid skier and cyclist. If you want to know more about my background, go to ASWLLP.com where you will find a detailed resume.
Mark Daniel Rosenberg
Mark Rosenberg, Esq. applies his extraordinary skill, passion and integrity to every client and every case. Mr. Rosenberg received his J.D. from Santa Clara University School of Law. He has successfully litigated on behalf of many victims of catastrophic injuries to verdict. He has special experience representing victims of traumatic brain injury, construction workers injured at dangerous worksites, police officers and victims of domestic violence. He is a member of the Consumer Attorneys of California and a member of the San Mateo Trial Lawyers Association.
On October 3, 2012, Mr. Rosenberg appeared before the California Supreme Court in the case of Nalwa v. Cedar Fair, LLC (S195031). Mr. Rose