Top Insurance Defense Firm Opens Los Angeles Office
Irvine, California. (January 2021) – Macdonald & Cody, LLP is excited to announce the opening of their new Los Angeles office on February 1, 2021. Located at 500 S. Grand Avenue, Suite 1400, this merger with Inglis & Gower, LLP will establish Macdonald & Cody’s downtown Los Angeles presence, expanding the extensive breadth of knowledge and experience handling the following types of cases: bodily injury, property damage, commercial, homeowners, and personal liability defense.
Joining the Macdonald & Cody team are Partner Richard Gower and senior attorneys Gregory Bramlage and Christian Przybylowski along with an incredible support staff who have been together for years.
Macdonald & Cody, LLP was founded in 2016 with 3 attorneys with the mission to provide effective, efficient, and creative legal representation for their clients. Today, they have offices in Irvine, Riverside and now Los Angeles with over 30 attorneys.
The team has extensive experience with various litigation matters. They bring each client a combination of industry knowledge and expert perspectives to offer fresh defenses and breakthrough legal insights.Read More
November 2020, Nadin S. Said secured a defense verdict in Orange County. The accident occurred at the intersection of Lemon and Orangethorpe in Fullerton, California. The Plaintiff was a 60 year old bicyclist who was riding her bicycle against traffic on the sidewalk. As she approached the intersection, she claimed the pedestrian cross signal turned green and rode her bicycle into the roadway. Defendant was driving an SUV, intending to turn right on a red light at the intersection. Defendant’s car allegedly impacted Plaintiff. Plaintiff experienced a tibia plateau fracture that required 10 days hospitalization, subsequent hospitalizations due to infections in the surgical wounds and a subsequent surgery to remove the hardware installed in her left leg. Plaintiff retained an orthopedic expert who testified Plaintiff would need a total knee replacement due to the accident, costing $60-80,000.00. Defendant only retained an accident reconstruction expert.
Prior to trial, Plaintiff demanded $100,000. Defendant offered $50,000.00.
At trial, Plaintiff counsel sought approximately $500,000 with some comparative on Plaintiff for riding the wrong way. The jury found Defendant was not negligent.Read More