PRINCIPLED ADVOCACY

Our family-run Plaintiff's law firm combines high-caliber litigation experience with the quality client service that is sometimes overlooked at larger firms.  This blend of calculated advocacy and personal compassion empowers our clients.  They know that the people standing up for them understand their personal experience and know how to make it right. 

PRACTICE

AREAS

Catastrophic & Personal Injury / Product Liability /  Employment / Business Litigation / Real Estate Litigation / Tenant Rights / Mass Disaster

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About Justin Eballar, Founder of Eballar Law

 

In his career as a plaintiff attorney, Justin has recovered over $10,000,000 for his clients in cases that have ranged from life-altering injuries and the loss of loved ones to pain from minor car accidents.  He worked for two of Los Angeles' top-rated plaintiff trial firms before establishing Eballar Law. His accomplishments have been recognized by Super Lawyers each consecutive year since 2018 and have earned him a selection in National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40.  He has a published article in the Daily Journal discussing contradictions in government immunity laws and has volunteered for the Grassroots Law Project and Pepperdine School of Law’s Disaster Relief Clinic.

Justin has stood up for his clients against corporations, insurance companies, employers, property managers, governments, public utilities, and individuals in a wide-range of injury, employment, property damage, and cases.  Growing up in different small towns and big cities has given him a broad perspective of the human experience that has helped him understand his clients and navigate the indifference that many defendants present.  He knows that each client's experience of adversity is different and needs to be understood on an individual basis, whether the harm is physical, emotional, or economic.

  • Minor and major motor vehicle collisions

  • Premises liability (unsafe conditions on property)

  • Dangerous conditions of public property

  • Construction accidents

  • Defective and dangerous products

  • Failure to protect from criminal conduct

  • Sexual assault

  • Intentional and accidental shootings

  • Employment discrimination

  • Employment retaliation

  • Withdrawal of apartment amenities

  • Uninhabitable living conditions

  • Gas leaks

  • Wildfires

  • Business disputes

  • Fraud

  • Residential property transaction disputes

  • Commercial property transaction disputes

 

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