Brian Breiter, Esq.
Named to National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and 2015, 2014 and 2013 Southern California Super Lawyers, Brian Breiter is a civil trial lawyer practicing since 1995 in the area of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury. With over 30 million dollars in settlements and verdicts, Mr. Breiter has dedicated his practice to helping consumers during their most difficult times. Mr. Breiter is licensed in California and Florida. Mr. Breiter represents clients throughout the entire state of California and Florida.
Brian is also an adjunct professor at the Pepperdine Law School where he teaches “Improvisational Mediation” to fellow lawyers, mediators and judges. He also recently taught at the University of Calgary School of Law.
The office concentrates on wrongful death, serious injuries, automobile accidents, motorcycle crashes, dog bites, and slip and fall cases in both California and Florida.
Mr. Rubashkin is a skilled litigator with many years of experience in personal injury law. Originally working with house counsel with one of the largest insurance companies in the nation, Mr. Rubashkin has dedicated his career to representing Plaintiffs exclusively. Mr. Rubashkin speaks Russian fluently.
Jeff is a graduate of the Loyola Marymount school of law. On the day he was sworn into the California bar, he tried and won his first case. Mr. Twomey is passionate about representing injured plaintiffs in all forms of cases to help them recover from their injuries. He is committed to making sure they are treated fairly both by the insurance companies and the defendants responsible for their harm.
Tim McCormick has a broad range of civil litigation experience. For the first 17 years of his career he represented individual and corporate defendants in a variety of areas including personal injury and wrongful death, products liability, major construction defect, and First Amendment Freedom of Speech litigation. He spent the last 11 years prior to joining our firm at a well-respected Downtown Los Angeles defense firm. Tim now puts the invaluable insight and knowledge he gained as an inside man in the defense bar to good use representing injured plaintiffs.
Chance Pardon is dedicated to helping injured plaintiffs and has made helping those in need a core part of who he is. Mr. Pardon started as a law clerk at the Law Offices of Brian J. Breiter, LLP and has already helped recover millions for our clients. Mr. Pardon is a core component of our litigation and trial teams. He has worked on dozens of cases going to trial and has jury trial experience working with lead trial counsel and principal attorney Brian Breiter. In law school, Mr. Pardon was President of the UCI Law Trial Advocacy Club and a member of the Domestic Violence Clinic. In the Domestic Violence Clinic, Mr. Pardon helped many victims of domestic violence get the protection they needed. Mr. Pardon’s dedication to helping others has not been limited to the courtroom. For over ten- years Mr. Pardon worked as an ocean lifeguard and emergency medical technician, keeping those who visit our local beaches safe. As a former NCAA Division I water polo player at the University of California, Irvine, Mr. Pardon knows the value of teamwork. Mr. Breiter and Mr. Pardon are both avid water polo players to this day, competing at the Master’s level. They have both also been coaches and have worked to improve the sporting community. Mr. Pardon truly represents the Law Offices of Brian J. Breiter’s dedication to preparing every case for trial and aiding those who need it most.
Denise Thompson is a graduate of Chapman University School of Law, where she also obtained an MBA. She was on the Executive Litigation Committee with the State Bar of California. For 11 years she worked as in-house counsel for several insurance companies, giving her an insider’s perspective on how insurance carriers think. Thompson has successfully taken numerous cases to trial and arbitration. She has handled handled wrongful death, catastrophic injury, and a wide range of personal injury cases. She was named a Rising Trial Lawyer in 2018 by the Orange County Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates.