$3.55 Million Verdict in San Bernardino
In an area not known for delivering large verdicts, Girardi | Keese partner Chris Aumais achieved a multi-million dollar verdict for a family whose lives were forever changed when they were hit head-on by another car while on vacation.
Lawyer Limelight: Amy Fisch Solomon
In 2016, Girardi | Keese partner Amy Fisch Solomon was featured in Lawdragon, a New York-based media company that features the nation's leading lawyers.
"She has put her ability to communicate with jurors and judges to use in more than 30 trials and many more settlement negotiations, netting billions of dollars for injured parties and their families."
Tom Girardi: 2015 Top Plaintiff Lawyer
"Although Bryan got badly hurt," Tom Girardi said, in reference to the Dodger Stadium beating his client, a San Francisco Giants fan, suffered in 2011, "the truth of the matter is, he's helped a lot of people."
Amy Fisch Solomon: 2015 Top Plaintiff Lawyer
"When I was very little," Amy Solomon said, "my mom instilled in me that there are people who are less fortunate than others and oftentimes it was those less fortunate that were so because they did not have a voice."
David Lira: 2015 Top Plaintiff Lawyer
"Premises liability cases are some of the most difficult cases a lawyer can handle," David Lira said, "especially if there is an intervening criminal act, as we had in this case." In 2014, Lira worked with Tom Girardi to secure a multi-million dollar jury award for Bryan Stow, the Giants fan who was the victim of an attack in the parking lot of Dodger Stadium.
California Law Today (2015 Issue)
To highlight some of our attorneys' most impressive accomplishments in helping those who have been hurt, Girardi | Keese created California Law Today, a magazine that features our attorneys and their work.
- Download the PDF of the 2015 issue of California Law Today.
The Mongolia Connection
In 2014, Girardi | Keese partner Howard B. Miller was featured in the Los Angeles Daily Journal for his work as a Senior Advisor on Law Reform to the Mongolian Bar Association.
Tom Girardi Inducted to the Trial Lawyer Hall Of Fame
"Each year, The Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame recognizes and honors these few remarkable individuals, both past and present, who have left an indelible mark on the American legal tradition through a lifetime of service to the American public, the Constitution, and the American trial bar."
- Read more about Tom Girardi's induction to the Trial Lawyer Hall of Fame in 2014.
GK & Erin Brockovich Take On Toxic Water Contamination
On behalf of residents of Wedron, Illinois, Girardi | Keese and famed consumer advocate Erin Brockovich took on toxic water contamination by filing suit against Fairmount Minerals and others in 2014, alleging fault for toxic groundwater contamination in private wells under Wedron.
Tom Girardi: 2013 Top 100 Lawyers in California
"Some of those guys are terribly hurt," Tom Girardi said, in regard to the roughly 1,800 former NFL players he represented in the infamous concussion-related lawsuit against the NFL. "One of the areas of the brain that is most badly hurt is the area that controls temper and mood."
Los Angeles Times: 'A Commitment to Clients'
"I am enormously proud of our firm and all the people we've helped." - Tom Girardi
"These are the finest lawyers I know," Tom Girardi said, speaking of his colleagues at Girardi | Keese. "And that's exactly what our clients deserve."
China: A Game of Cooperation and Competition
In 2012, Girardi | Keese partner Howard B. Miller was featured in the Los Angeles Daily Journal for moderating a copyright law panel at the China IP Adjudication Conference.
GK & Erin Brockovich Still Fighting Over Contamination
"The real Erin Brockovich is bold and brassy, much like the character in the movie named for her. She certainly has the sass and the looks to play herself on the big screen, but instead Julia Roberts got the part and the Oscar."
In 2011, ABC News revisited the infamous toxic tort case: "Brockovich is working with Girardi Keese, one of the law firms that made the original case against PG&E."