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Charles C. Ryan

location

Long Beach, California

Mr. Ryan has conducted more than 100 civil trials in several states, including trials with verdicts exceeding $ 1,000,000. His practice emphasized the intense preparation, negotiation, settlement or jury trial of significant cases in all areas of personal injury practice. This specifically included wrongful death claims, medical malpractice claims, legal malpractice claims, brain injury cases, spinal injury cases, product liability cases, and injuries arising from automobile or truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, dog and other animal attacks.

Mr. Ryan also prepares and settles, or will take to jury trial selected cases involving elder abuse, nursing home neglect, or exposure to toxic or damaging substances. He also handles select insurance bad faith claims, wrongful denial of disability claims, and select business litigation claims. Mr. Ryan will consider any civil claim that could end up in jury trial before a state or federal court and that requires intense investigation, development and preparation.

Education

Stanford Law School, Stanford, California

j.d. 1971

honors With Honors

Stanford University, Paloalto, California

B.A. 1968

honors With High Honor

major Economics

Stanford University, Paloalto, California

B.A. 1968

honors With High Honor

major Psychology

Roosevelt High School, Portland, Oregon – 1964

bar admissions

California, 1971

New Mexico, 1995

associations + memberships

Long Beach Bar Association, Member

Albuquerque Bar Association, Member

Bernalillo County

Orange County

California State Bar Association, Member

American Bar Association, Member

State Bar of New Mexico, Member

American Association for Justice, Member

Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles, Member

Orange County Bar Association

Los Angeles County Bar Association

honors + awards

1969 – Present

Winner, Olmsted National Legal Writing Competition

1969 – Present

American Jurisprudence Award Winner in advanced Civil Trial Procedure

1969 – Present

American Jurisprudence Award Winner in Civil Trial Procedure

1970 – Present

American Jurisprudence Award Winner in Constitutional Law

1970 – Present

American Jurisprudence Award Winner in Real Estate Law

1995 – Present

American College of Trial Lawyers (Advance Section)