Brian Breiter

Brian Breiter

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney in Los Angeles, CA

Law Offices of Brian J. Breiter, LLP
 | 4929 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 410
Los Angeles, CA 90010 3818
Phone: 3239549955
Fax: 323-954-0035
Selected To Super Lawyers: 2013 - 2021
Licensed Since: 1995
Practice Areas:
  • Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
Languages Spoken:
  • English,
  • Persian (Farsi),
  • Russian,
  • Spanish
  • Free Consultation
Attorney Profile

Brian Breiter has been nominated as Trial Lawyer of the Year 2020 & 2019 by the prestigious Consumer Attorney Association of Los Angeles. Mr. Breiter is an ABOTA member and winner of the famed Litigator Award 2015 and named to National Trial Lawyers Top 100 and 2013-2021 Southern California Super Lawyers, Brian Breiter is a civil trial lawyer with 25 years experience in the area of Plaintiff's Personal Injury. With hundreds of Millions of 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. 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.

Mr. Breiter has offices in California and Florida. Brian speaks Spanish fluently.

White Papers

  • Whose Trial is it Anyway? (2010) - How improvisational theater trainging can help even the most seasoned lawyer, mediator or judge in the courtroom. 

  • About Brian Breiter

    Admitted: 1995, California

    Professional Webpage: http://brianbreiter.com/attorney-profile/

    Honors/Awards:

    • Nominated for trial lawyer of the year by CAALA nominating committee 2 years in a row., Trial Lawyer of the Year Nominee, CAALA, 2020
    • ABOTA, American Board of Trial Advocates, 2017
    • Mr. Breiter was nominated for trial lawyer of the year for Southern California by the consumer attorneys associationof Los Angeles, Nominated Trial Lawyer of the Year, CAALA, 2019
    • Top 5% of the Law School, Nova Southeastern University School of Law, Law Review, 1995

    Bar/Professional Activity:

    • U.S. District Court Central District of CA
    • U.S. District Southern District of FL
    • Florida Bar, 1995
    • Member, Los Angeles County Bar Association
    • California Bar, 1999
    • Consumer Attorneys, California CAALA

    Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

    • Our first workshop is coming up soon with Brian Breiter, Esq @lawbreiter @breiterlaw & Joseph Limbaugh @overdroid. Be on the lookout for the @caseanalysis promo. We will be making up together with you!   Improv for Trial!   Sign up now at CaseAnalysis.com for Oct. 22, 2020 @ 10:30 AM PDT   Brian Breiter, Esq. (improv trial lawyer) and Joseph Limbaugh (super Improv guru) will conduct an Improvisation Training workshop for Trial Lawyers with real Trial Lawyers doing the exercises live! Come watch, learn and play.   Improvisational storytelling will transform how you approach Voir Dire, Direct/Cross Examinations and especially your Open & Closing. See you on our Zoom stage. FREE  , Presenter/Creator, Improv for Trial, Case Analysis, Legal, 2020
    • IMPROVISATIONAL NEGOTIATION: This highly interactive course takes a dynamic view of the negotiation process by introducing improvisation techniques and skills as an overlay to mediation. The improvisational orientation and approach to negotiation is characterized by adapting to a set of circumstances in a strategic yet unconventional way. The students will develop unique skills experientially through exercises and feedback that will assist in formulating new ideas and insights into negotiations. The goal of the course is to improve your ability to influence and persuade when that moment occurs in a negotiation where it becomes necessary to help parties shift their positions in order to make the deal. This course will blend theory with practice in an entertaining and informative environment. What you will learn: How to use improvisation to prepare for a negotiationTechniques for managing difficult situations that usually result in impasseThe ability to think on your feetLeadership skillsCreating value for participants through the ability to adapt to the circumstances of the dispute Rescue routines that assist in moving the settlement discussion forward The ability to integrate storytelling into your repertoire, Professor, Improvisational Negotiation, Struass Institute, Pepperdine Law School, 2005
    • Editor, Nova Law Review, Law Review Editor, 1995
    • Professor, Improvisational Negotiation, Struass Institute, Pepperdine Law School, 2005
    • Adjunct Professor, "Improvisational Mediation" to Fellow Lawyers, Pepperdine Law School, Adjunct Professor, 2016

    Verdicts/Settlements:

    • $4,500,000.00 disputed liability settled before trial for  motorcycle vs auto case with a serious traumatic brain injury. , 2021
    • $8,000,000 Jury VERDICT. Defendant Terminix negligently exposed Plaintiff to toxic pesticides resulting in loss of smell and tastes , 2020
    • $11,000,000 SETTLEMENT for Wrongful Death of Pedestrian, 2020
    • $7,500,000 Wrongful Death Settlement of a minor, drowning , 2020
    • $1,200,000 Jury VERDICTPlaintiff was a passenger in a medical transport vehicle that ran a red light. She suffered serious spinal injuries., 2020
    • JURY VERDICT $2,565,000 Barragon vs City of Southgate Police. Auto accident causing mild Trumatic brain injury., 2018
    • JURY VERDICT 3,016,575.00Semi truck versus auto. Injury to wrist with surgery. , 2018
    • Wrongful Death, $ 8,100,000.00, 2009
    • $2,000,000 Plaintiff underwent 1 level cervical artificial disc replacement and shoulder repair., 2018
    • Settlement $1,000,000 for wrongful death vs rideshare company, 2017
    • SETTLEMENT Premises Liability Wrongful Death $1M, 2017
    • TRIAL JUDGMENT $ 360,000.00 Broken Hip @ Assisted Living Facility, , 2007
    • School Injury Knee, $ 350,000.00, 2009
    • Pedestrian killed in crosswalk. Trial verdict. $3,000,000, 2016
    • Wrongful Death (Disputed Liability vs City of LA) $2,625,000, 2014
    • VERDICT Slip and Fall broken elbow. Trial verdict. 502,900.00, 2016
    • VERDICT $1,085.000.00 auto vs work vehicle, 2017
    • Dog Bite settlement 300,000.00, 2016
    • Settlement $2,000,000 cervical injury from auto accident with drunk driver, 2017
    • Traumatic Brain Injury from auto accident. Settlement $4,900,000, 2016
    • VERDICT Auto vs Bicycle $348,000, 2017
    • Slip and Fall (Trial Verdict) disputled liability $507,000.00, 2016
    • SETTLEMENT Rideshare Auto vs Auto $1M, 2017
    • SETTLEMENT Rideshare Auto vs Motorcycle $1M, 2017
    • Wrongful Death (Teen) Disputed Liability, $ 1,250,000.00, 2009
    • Wrongful Death (85 Year Old) Disputed Liability, $ 1,000,000.00, 2007
    • Loss of eye Disputed Liability, $ 1,150,000.00, 2008
    • Brain Injury from an auto accident $4,900,000.00, 2016
    • Wrongful Death 83 year old disputed liability $870,000, 2013
    • VERDICT - Premises Liability Mild Traumatic Brain Injury faling object, verdict plus costs  $800,000.00, 2017
    • Auto vs Semi wrist injury $550,000, 2013
    • VERDICT $1,000,000 Loss of Ring Finger , 1996
    • Auto Accident Knee/Shoulder, $ 300,000.00
    • Auto Accident Knee, $ 300,000.00
    • Wrongful Death (86 Year Old) Disputed Liability, $ 650,000.00
    • Auto Accident (Scar), $ 275,000.00
    • Auto Broken Leg/Knee, $ 550,000.00
    • Over 40 Auto and Premises Liability Cases, $ 100,000.00
    • See BrianBreiter.com for a list of verdicts and settlements.
    • Auto Accident Knee, $ 320,000.00
    • Truck vs. Bike, $ 300,000.00
    • Auto Accident Drunk Driver, $ 750,000.00
    • Auto Accident Knee/Shoulder, $ 275,000.00
    • Loss of Eye (Work Injury) Disputed Liability, $ 550,000.00
    • Wrongful Death (92 year old) Disputed Liability, $ 250,000.00
    • Auto vs Pedestrian, $ 500,000.00
    • Auto Rollover, $ 350,000.00
    • Truck vs. Pedestrian, $ 300,000.00
    • Premises Liability Knee, $ 300,000.00
    • Head Injury Fall in Restaurant, $ 650,000.00
    • Dog Bite, $  200,000.00
    • Burn Case, $ 500,000.00

    Representative Clients:

    • Trial Lawyer of the Year Nominee by CAALA, 2020
    • Nominated for trial lawyer of the year by CAALA, 2019
    • Litigators Award, 2015

    Other Outstanding Achievements:

    • ABOTA (American Board of Trial Advocates), 2017
    • Litigators Award, 2015
    • National Trial Lawyers Top 100, 2014

    Educational Background:

    • University of Florida, B.A. in English/Criminal Justice, 1992
    • Nova Southeastern School of Law, 1995

    Industry Groups

    • ABOTA
    • CAALA
    • CAOC
    • Los Angeles County Bar Association
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    Office Location for Brian Breiter

    4929 Wilshire Boulevard
    Suite 410
    Los Angeles, CA 90010 3818

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    Last Updated: 10/22/2020

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