Salida, California Workers' Compensation Lawyers
John Carty graduated from UC Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco and passed the California Bar Examination, on his first attempt, in 1980. He has been a practicing California attorney since being sworn in on December 16, 1980. He has practiced law in Calaveras, Stanislaus, Sacramento, and San Joaquin Counties for his entire career.
(209) 477-0711 4537 Quail Lakes Drive
Stockton, CA 95207
Stockton, CA 95207
My entire professional life has been devoted to serving the underdog, the little guy, against powerful interests, including insurance companies, government and big employers. My 36 years in Modesto have shown this dedication to our community, focussing now on helping injured workers protect their rights and benefits in the workers' compensation system.
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Daniel J. Hanecak graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 2006 with a joint Bachelor of Science in Government & Economics. He is a graduate of the University of California at Davis, King Hall School of Law, class of 2010. Mr. Hanecak was admitted to practice in California in January 2011. He is also admitted to practice, and has appeared in cases in federal court in the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Northern Districts of California as well as the United States Bankruptcy Courts for the Eastern and Northern Districts of California. Mr. Hanecak’s practice revolves primarily...
Brad Corsiglia has been honored by both his colleagues and major national publications for his outstanding work as one of the leading medical malpractice attorneys in California and in the United States. In the year ending 2010, Mr. Corsiglia won more than $10 million for his clients, capping the year by being awarded the Santa Clara County Trial Lawyer of the Year award by his colleagues. Mr. Corsiglia’s outstanding trial work inside the courtroom has resulted in being selected as a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). The highly prestigious organization limits its membership...