Lompoc, California Lawyers
Lompoc, CA Lawyer. 49 years experience
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I have represented more than 35,000 clients in criminal and personal injury cases. My clients have included Judges, Lawyers, Doctors, Olympic Champions, World Ranked Professional Boxers, the rich and poor.... Read More »View Profile
California Attorney. 51 years experience
Steven Kazan has played a significant role in asbestos litigation for over four decades. He filed his first case on behalf of an asbestos victim in 1974 and since then has represented thousands of injured... Read More »View Profile
The process of choosing an attorney is an important one and can be confusing. You simply want to know if you can trust me to handle your legal issue. You want to know if you’ll make a personal connection and not feel like another face in the crowd; whether I can meet you where you are and truly understand your needs. Some attorneys go directly from high school to college, on to law school, then into practice. There isn’t necessarily anything wrong with that; it’s been a successful route for more than a few. However, that overlooks the value of...
I have represented more than 35,000 clients in criminal and personal injury cases. My clients have included Judges, Lawyers, Doctors, Olympic Champions, World Ranked Professional Boxers, the rich and poor. I have been admitted to numerous Federal Courts, Military Court, Bankruptcy Court and some State Courts by special permission. I appear daily in Court. I have obtained not guilty verdicts in most major felony cases. I have tried numerous Personal Injury cases, including brain damage, wrongful death, medical malpractice, biking and motorcycle accidents and product liability. I have tried Bankruptcy cases and Military General Court Martial Cases. I am...
- (805) 963-9111
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My practice is devoted entirely to bankruptcy and debt resolution. I represent consumer and small business debtors and creditors in cases under chapters 7, 11, and 13. A significant portion of my practice... Read More »View Profile
Robert May was raised the oldest of five siblings in a blue-collar family on the Central Coast of California. Robert spent his teenage years working after school and each summer at the local cement plant where he would shovel an endless supply of sand and repair cement trucks. Robert then made the decision to be the first member of his family to receive a college degree. Robert’s goal was to attend Cal Poly San Luis Obispo after his grandfather, Bob May, who worked at the San Luis Mill for more than thirty years, took Robert to the campus. After graduating from...