Over the past 30 years, Morgenstern Law Group and its attorneys have garnered numerous accolades and awards from the professional industry organizations. Here you will find the latest news and information regarding the firm and its associates.
In Fasoli v. Asplundh, firm partner Jeffrey Leader defended a trip and fall case with an alleged TBI.
In Paymani v. White, the defendant rolled his pickup truck/fifth wheel trailer back at a low rate of speed while trying to negotiate a turn.
Partner Paul Elkort was able to advance the case and reach a fair and reasonable settlement in Pena v. Fig Transportation, a case that arose out of an automobile versus motorcycle accident.
In Miller v. Walter, the plaintiff was returning from an MRI study for a pre-existing neck injury when his car was tapped in the rear by the defendant's car.
In Safi v. Lifson, partner Christopher Johnson obtained a notable arbitration result.
In the matter of Jafari v. Hayslett, partner Ninos Saroukhanioff developed the case strategy, provided an accurate case evaluation, recommended a CCP 998 Offer, tried the case and obtained a verdict less than the CCP 998 Offer resulting in a recovery of defense costs.
In Demirchyan v. Kyufterelyan, partner Ninos Saroukhanioff engaged in a vive day jury trial before Judge Mary Ann Murphy in Department 25 of the Los Angeles Superior Court.
In Spring v. Ericson, partner Ninos Saroukhanioff represented the defendant. Plaintiff claimed our client made an illegal left turn in front of plaintiff’s vehicle causing the accident.
In De Reynoso v. McDonalds, partner Ninos Saroukhanioff defended a picture framing company. Plaintiff claimed she sustained serious injuries when she was struck by a piece of art that fell off the wall at a restaurant in San Fernando hitting plaintiff in the back.
In the matter Rubio vs Doe Delivery Truck Company, ET AL, Robert Morgenstern and Alexis Morgenstern represented Doe Delivery Truck Company, and its employee/driver in a case regarding a red light dispute involving a 3 vehicle collision.
In Delgado v. Diaz/Custom Building Products, plaintiff claimed that she sustained a torn thumb ligament and needed expensive epidurals as a result of a low speed accident.
In Khajavi v. City of Los Angeles, plaintiff contended that she was injured when she was struck by a tree branch that supposedly fell on her when she took her garbage cans out in the dead of night for pickup later that morning.
In Caetano v. Doe Transportation Company, firm partner Chris Johnson represented an international transportation company and its driver, defending a bodily injury claim brought by a 59 year-old pedestrian who was struck in a crosswalk by a driver making a left turn.
In Safi v. Lifson, firm partner Chris Johnson represented a defendant in a lawsuit filed after a serious motor vehicle accident.