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Originally founded in 1988, The Quisenberry Law Firm is one of the nation's leading law firms dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals against insurance companies, employers, financial institutions and big corporations.

As the founder and director of the firm, John N. Quisenberry has over thirty years of trial experience committed to achieving justice for thousands of clients in a wide range of cases, including those involving insurance bad faith, class actions, wage and hour (including unpaid overtime compensation) cases and unfair business practices. He has been lead counsel in over fifty trials on behalf of insureds, employees and consumers and has briefed and argued numerous appellate matters, many of which have resulted in published opinions. He is certified as a Civil Trial Lawyer by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). He has been voted by his peers as among California’s “Super Lawyers” (Los Angeles Magazine and from 2004 through 2011 in the fields of insurance litigation and class actions and named as one of Southern California’s “Top 100” attorneys.

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Mr. Quisenberry has written and lectured extensively on consumer rights litigation, class actions and insurance law. He authored an annual series of handbooks for other trial lawyers, including “Class Action Litigation Handbook”(2008); “New Developments in Class Action Litigation”(2007); “Critical Update: Insurance Bad Faith Litigation”(2007); “Class Action Litigation: Understanding the Issues and the Climate”(2006); “Insurance Bad Faith Litigation in an Era of Tort Reform”(2005); ”Emerging Trends in Insurance Bad Faith Litigation”(2004); “The Changing World of Insurance Bad Faith”(2003); “Evaluating and Litigating Insurance Disputes”(2002); “Year 2000 in Review: Insurance Bad Faith Litigation”(2001); “Evaluating and Litigating Construction Defect Cases”(2000); “Litigating the Northridge Earthquake Insurance Cases”(1996); and has written articles on attorney’s fees, arbitration agreements, class actions and consumer rights appearing in professional publications.

We try to make justice possible for everyday individuals in their efforts to secure their rights and benefits against insurance companies, financial institutions and large corporations. We are committed to our clients and their causes, which is why we fight for them every step of the way.


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