SCOTT L. MACDONALD
After 24 years’ experience in handling all aspects of litigated casualty cases, Scott Macdonald has become a reliable go-to litigator. He is especially sought after in matters considered complex or high exposure.
Scott is an Advocate of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) having tried greater than 65 jury trials. He is a veteran of numerous jury trials involving general casualty, premises liability, motor vehicle negligence, respondeat superior and corporate liability. Clients often call upon Scott to substitute or associate into cases which have imminent trial dates, as he specializes in getting up to speed rapidly to see such matters to conclusion.
Whether he handles matters from inception or becomes involved shortly before trial, Scott is known as a problem solver. He is skilled at working with opposing counsel to identify a suitable, cost-efficient solution if one is available.
Scott has managed cases involving all types of catastrophic injury including wrongful death, paralysis, amputation, traumatic brain injuries and others. By cutting to the heart of the matter, he is capable of early evaluation of cases. Whether the goal is early resolution or success in trial, Scott works closely with clients to efficiently achieve success.
He is admitted to practice before the California State Bar and United States District Court
- Civil Litigation and Trials
- Automobile/Homeowner Bodily Injury and Property Damage
- Commercial General Liability
- Southwestern Law School, JD, 1994
- University of California, Los Angeles, BA, 1990
- State Bar of California
- Council on Litigation Management
- American Board of Trial Advocates
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