About Brian D. Chase
Brian D Chase, Personal Injury LawyerBrian Chase is managing partner and senior trial attorney that heads up the litigation
department of the firm. Mr. Chase was named 2020 Litigator of the Year, 2020 Top 1% by the Natl. Assoc. of Distinguished
Counsel, 2020 Litigator of the Year by the AIOTL and 2020 Top Plaintiff Lawyer, Daily Journal
2019 Lawyer of the Year, 2019 Million Dollar Advocate, 2019 American Academy of Attorneys $500M Club, 2019 Best Law Firm,
and dozens of other top-rated honors. He was the former President of the Consumer Attorneys of California and is a Past President
of the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association. He is a current member of ABOTA, an organization that upholds the highest
standards of trial attorneys. In 2014 he was named Trial Lawyer of the Year in products liability by the Orange County Trial Lawyers
He is listed as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the American Trial Lawyers Association since 2007. He’s also been listed as the
Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of distinguished Counsel. He’s earned the title of Southern California
SuperLawyer since 2007 and a Top 50 Orange County SuperLawyer for the past 13 years.
Brian is a board member of the Brain Society of California which was established to help those who have suffered a serious
traumatic brain injury. He is also a member of The Trial Lawyer Institute and Diversity Law Institute.
In 2009, Mr. Chase had his book “Still Unsafe at Any Speed”- dealing with the auto industry and defective vehicles, published. He
released an update in 2019 titled, “The Second Collision”, a follow up about the catastrophic injuries and wrongful deaths caused by
auto defects. He is a frequent lecturer nationwide on litigation related topics and has been a frequent guest on radio and television,
including appearances on “CBS Special Reports,” “Peter Jennings/World News Tonight,” “Fox 11 News” and “America’s Best
AskTheLawyers™ Member AttorneyBrian was lead attorney on four important, precedent-setting appellate opinions: MartinezMazon v. Ford Motor Company (auto products defect case dealing with Forum Non Conveniens); Romine v. Johnson Controls (auto
products defects case dealing with consumer expectation test for proving defect); Schreiber v. Estate of Kiser (California Supreme
Court case dealing with expert witness designations); and Hernandez v. State of California (dealing with governmental design

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