Attorney David Lederer is a Los Angeles Personal Injury Attorneys of Lederer & Nojima, a law firm in Los Angeles, CA. As a lawyer in Los Angeles, California, attorney Lederer serves Los Angeles County, as well as clients throughout California.
Areas of Practice
- Auto Accident
- Birth Injury
- Brain Injury
- Civil Rights
- Construction Accident
- Foreclosure / Loan Modification
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Sexual Harassment
- Toxic Torts
- Wrongful Death
Admitted to Practice Law
- U.S. District Court Northern District of California
- U.S. District Court Eastern District of California
- U.S. District Court Central District of California
- U.S. District Court Southern District of California
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court Northern District of California
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of California
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court Central District of California
- U.S. Bankruptcy Court Southern District of California
- U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit
|:||Syracuse University 1989 BS in Finance|
|Law School||:||Pepperdine University|
- The State Bar of California (Member)
- The Los Angeles County Bar Association (Member)
- The Consumer Trial Attorneys Association (Member)
Since 1994, David J. Lederer has maintained a civil litigation practice in Los Angeles, California. During this time, he has represented various plaintiffs with serious personal injuries, entertainment and media companies, businesses as well as numerous bad faith cases against insurance companies including but not limited to, Allstate Insurance Company, State Farm Insurance Company, 20th Century Insurance Company and Farmers Insurance Company.
During his prosecution of various bad faith cases, his office has changed various corporate guidelines which these insurance companies utilize to govern the actions of their employees. In addition, he has also prosecuted and defended numerous wrongful termination, sexual harassment and business law cases.
Mr. Lederer received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Syracuse University, Crouse-Hinds School of Management in 1989 as well as his Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University in 1992. Mr. Lederer is an active member of the State Bar of California, the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Consumer Trial Attorneys Association.
He is admitted to practice in the United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, United States Federal District Court, Northern District of California, Eastern District of California, Central District of California, and Southern District of California.
Lederer & Nojima
12100 Wilshire Blvd Suite 480
Los Angeles, California 90025
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Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Dog Bites, Construction Defect, Employment Law
Plaintiff sustained a leg injury and permanent scarring as a result of a truck hitting him in a large parking lot. The lawsuit was initiated against the parking lot for inadequate supervision of the lot and a trucking company who denied that any of their drivers were present on the evening of the incident. The case was finally settled after extensive investigation into the facts of the accident and only after the defendant's insurance company realized that our office would not compromise on the necessary compensation due to our client.
Plaintiff was in a four car accident on the 405 Freeway in Los Angeles, California. A dump truck rear ended a Toyota which was pushed into our client who was then pushed into the car in front of her. She sustained neck and shoulder injuries. She underwent surgery for her shoulder injury and epidural injections for her neck injury. She treated with a chiropractor, an orthopedic surgeon and a pain management specialist. She has fully recovered.
Plaintiff, an on duty police officer, was standing next to his motorcycle when it was struck and knocked over by car backing out of a parking spot. Plaintiff injured his wrist during the car accident while trying to keep his motorcycle from falling to the ground. The defense insurance company failed to offer the $50,000 policy limit prior to the trial and ended paying the $231,000 verdict and all trial costs.