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Gary A. Dordick

Gary has held the record for the highest jury verdicts in numerous courthouses, including a record breaking $125 million dollar jury verdict in Ventura County in 2016.

Gary A. Dordick of Dordick Law Corporation is a trial attorney specializing in plaintiff jury trials and has over 150 Jury trials in his career. Mr. Dordick went directly from high school to law school, never attending college. He put himself through a four-year night program while working at a law office, where he started as a file room clerk.  Immediately after passing the bar, Mr. Dordick opened his own law firm, starting out with no employees.  Now, Dordick Law Corporation has three locations, 56 employees, and 18 lawyers, including his three kids, Michelle, Dylan, and Taylor, as associate lawyers.  Mr. Dordick is also on the executive board of the ABOTA Los Angeles chapter and will be The ABOTA President in 2025.  He is an Emeritus member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA) Board of Governors and was just inducted into the Hall of Fame on June 8, 2023.  He won CAALA’s Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2001.  He has been nominated for CAALA’s Trial Lawyer of the Year an unprecedented eleven times. He is CAOC’s (Consumer Attorneys of California) 2009 Trial Attorney of the Year.  He was announced one of the Daily Journal’s Top 100 Lawyers in California in 2017, 2021, and 2022 as well as one of the Daily Journal’s Top Plaintiff Lawyers in California for 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022.  Mr. Dordick was named Jury Verdicts Trial Lawyer of the Year.  In 2016, he was awarded the Loyola Law School Champion of Justice Award for his career achievements representing Plaintiffs. In 2015, he received the “Civil Advocate Award” from the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel (ASCDC).  In 2003, Mr. Dordick received the University of West Los Angeles’s highest honor – The Bernard Jefferson Award.  Mr. Dordick founded Dordick Trial College in Cabo San Lucas, B.C. which holds an annual trial school with all the proceeds going to cancer research.  Mr. Dordick frequently lectures trial practice, ethics, and civility in the courtroom.  Some of his recent lectures include: CAALA Teaching PTA, CAOC National Webinar, Brain Injury Association, Loyola Law School, Western Trial Lawyers Association, Law-Di-Gras, ASCDC Annual Seminar, CAALA, and CAOC annual conference. He has held the record for the highest jury verdicts in numerous courthouses, including a record-breaking $125 million dollar jury verdict in Ventura County in 2016.  Mr. Dordick is extremely proud of starting The Dordick Trial College in 2020, located in Cabo San Lucas, MX., where 100% of the proceeds go to cancer research at Dana Faber Cancer Center in Boston.


Associate Attorneys

Christopher Bulone

Christopher Bulone


Dylan Dordick

Dylan J. Dordick


Michelle Dordick

Michelle J. Dordick


Taylor Dordick

Taylor Dordick


Elizabeth A. Hernandez, Esq.

Elizabeth A. Hernandez


Dustin Moaven

Dustin Moaven


Mark Leonardo

Mark Leonardo


John Upton

John Upton


Douglas Shaffer

Douglas Shaffer


Bobby Reagan

Robert B. Reagan, Jr.


Brittney Ghadoushi

Brittney Ghadoushi


Josh Molchan

Josh Molchan



Alejandra “Alex” Munoz

Supervising Paralegal


Nava Dordick



Sandra Jimenez



Carlos Lozano



Cristina Reynosa



Abraham Cabrera



Ashley Sotelo



Edgar Claros

Trial Prep Manager


Joshua Alvarez

Trial Prep Coordinator


Judith Hernandez

Legal Assistant


Jannette Cerda

Case Manager


Glenda Gonzalez

Executive Administrative Assistant


Jessica Lopez

Accounting Department


Kitty Houck

Assistant Bookkeeper


Mayra Flores



Ralph Bozigian

Office Services


  • Associate Attorney

    Christopher Bulone

    Christopher Bulone, a native of Florida, is now a fast-rising star in California courtrooms where he continues to rack up record results. Mr. Bulone graduated from the public interest-minded law school of The University of San Francisco in 2011 and spent his entire career since working tirelessly on behalf of the most downtrodden against the world’s most powerful corporations.

    On January 30th of 2023 Mr. Bulone set a record in Contra Costa County with a more than five-million, one hundred-thousand-dollar ($5,100,000.00) jury verdict ($7,670,000.00 to include prejudgment interest) for an immigrant struck in a crosswalk by a careless taxi driver. The plaintiff spoke no English and suffered from severe prior mental health issues for which she was hospitalized during the year before the accident. Difficulties with language, cognition, and the victim’s righteous refusal to voice any of her deficits caused a mild traumatic brain injury to go undiagnosed for the first five years following the accident. Mr. Bulone was, nonetheless, able to prove the link between the car accident, the mild traumatic brain injury and the residual deficits that unfairly afflicted the hard-working mother of three.

    In late 2021 Mr. Bulone’s record setting jury trial verdict, of more than seventy-two million, six hundred thousand dollars ($72,600,000.00) in Greene v. Driz et al made headlines throughout the country. There Mr. Bulone represented a young model and her brother, a restauranteur and bar owner, who were the victims of a brutal beating at the hands of the wealthy then owners of eleven different Blaze Pizza franchises. Both injury victims were acting as innocent good samaritans attempting to stop the beating of a TMZ photographer just outside West Hollywood’s The Nice Guy restaurant and lounge. The defendants claimed that they were attacked first and acted only in self defense, and that none of them were responsible for any injury or blows landed on Ms. Greene. The claims were soundly rejected by the jury. After a three week trial wherein Mr. Bulone, as lead trial attorney, selected the jury, gave opening and closing arguments, the jury awarded his clients more than seventy-two million, six hundred thousand dollars ($72,600,000.00) between compensatory and punitive damages. The jury award is thought to be the largest in history for a case of predominantly PTSD injuries.

    Also in 2021, Mr. Bulone aggressively and tirelessly litigated the case of Eric Murillo v. U-Haul Co. of Arizona et al against one of the country’s largest rental companies and a defense law firm who bitterly contested fault. The case culminated in a forty-two million, seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar ($42,750,000.00) result. The case involved a tragic accident wherein the then thirty-four (34) year old Eric Murillo rented a U-Haul truck from U-Haul Moving and Storage of San Bernardino and drove it only approximately seven miles, before the engine began to billow smoke and catch fire. Mr. Murillo leapt from the cabin at high speed, impacted his head and became forever seriously brain injured and dependent upon twenty-four-hour (24) care. After approximately fifty-five depositions and many hundreds of written discovery requests, Gary Dordick and Christopher Bulone tried the case to a three judge panel of arbitrators who unanimously found that plaintiff proved that the rental truck engine caught fire from poor maintenance and inspection, leading to a likely power steering fluid loss, sudden compromised steering and braking, and the smoke and fire event that caused Mr. Murillo to jump. The panel found one hundred percent (100%) fault on the U-Haul companies. Although the arbitration was bifurcated on liability and damages the U-Haul companies still offered zero (0) before the start of the damages phase. Following the presentation of the still bitterly contested damages phase of the case and during the panel’s deliberations, the U-Haul defendants finally agreed to a combined Forty-one million seven-hundred and fifty thousand dollar ($41,750,000.00) settlement. The settlement was followed by a policy limits demand and settlement of another one million dollars ($1,000,000.00) from the last outside mechanic to work on the truck, bringing the total result to a historic forty-two million, seven hundred and fifty thousands dollars ($42,750,000.00).

    Mr. Bulone’s other noteworthy results since joining the Dordick Law Corporation in 2017, include handling the matter of Sosa v. DJI Technology, Inc. culminating in a jury verdict of over thirty-one million dollars ($31,000,000.00). This was the third highest verdict in the State of California during that year. Mr. Bulone handled another traumatic brain injury case resulting in seventeen million dollars ($17,000,000.00) and another resulting in an eight million dollar ($8,000,000.00) settlement. Mr. Bulone tried the case of Holmes v. Perry in Riverside Superior Court to a jury verdict resulting in the third largest multi-vehicle collision accident verdict in California in 2018. He represented the victim of a motorcycle accident resulting in a twelve and a half million dollar ($12,500,000.00) settlement in one of California’s most conservative venues and further obtained results in the multiple seven figures in an insurance bad faith matter, a ride-sharing rape case, and several wrongful death cases.

    In 2019 Mr. Bulone beat the odds to take on powerful construction companies on behalf of a distraught mother suffering the tragic death of her son who slipped from the third story scaffolding at his construction job. Mr. Bulone argued that the job site was abhorrently unsafe, that a stucco company had failed to clean the slippery stucco overspray residue from the scaffolding and that their negligence caused Plaintiff’s son to lose his footing and fall to his death. There were no witnesses to the fall and government (OSHA) investigations found no wrong doing by the defendants. During the course of Mr. Bulone’s relentless discovery, however, a cover up by the defendants was revealed resulting in the guilty corporation admitting responsibility for the young man’s death and another multi seven figure result in Orange County.

    Mr. Bulone also handled the case of a thirteen-year-old girl who was catastrophically injured by a falling eucalyptus tree. Liability was denied until discovery revealed that the defendants should have known of a dangerous problem with the tree that they did not act quickly to resolve. After defeating several summary judgment motions, Mr. Bulone resolved the matter for fourteen million dollars ($14,000,000.00), also in Orange County.

    In June of 2019 Christopher Bulone was identified by the National Trial Lawyers as one of the Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in California. Mr. Bulone was named a Super Lawyers’ “Rising Star” in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Mr. Bulone has also been named as an Honorary Board Member in the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charity (LATLC).

    Mr. Bulone has lectured to large audiences of fellow trial lawyers on winning brain injury cases at the TBI Med Legal Seminar in San Diego in 2021, on overcoming incorrect or misleading hospital toxicology reports at the Dordick Trial Lawyer’s College and lectured to more than five thousand (5,000) fellow trial lawyers at TBI Med Legal’s seminar recapping the historic result in Murillo v. U-Haul et al.

    Email: christopher@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Terry Cole

    Terry J. Cole was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles and is his family’s first attorney. Terry dreamed about being an attorney as a teenager and has always tried to help those less fortunate them him. Terry became an associate attorney in 2018 and has worked for the Dordick Law Corporation for the past 15 years.

    Terry J. Cole is an aggressive civil litigator with substantial experience in personal injury matters from inception through resolution. Terry has quickly secured numerous settlements and verdicts for his clients amounting to tens of millions of dollars.

    Most notably, Terry co-chaired the Greene, et. al. v. Driz, et. al. case in which the jury awarded a verdict in the amount of $72.6 million dollars. The Greene case involved a brutal assault on a brother and sister who sustained multiple orthopedic injuries and posttraumatic stress disorder.

    In Palomino v. Ride Share Company, Terry worked tirelessly litigating a wrongful death and personal injury action, ultimately securing a settlement for $4.5 million dollars. The Palomino case involved a husband and wife who were injured while passengers in a ride share vehicle. The husband was fatally injured. This case focused mainly on establishing liability against the Ride Share Driver and establishing an employer-employee relationship between the Ride Share Company and the Ride Share Driver.

    Other honorable mentions include, the McClard matter settling for $2.5 million, the Padilla/Mongoy case settling for $2.35 million, the Moreno matter settling foe $1.875 million, the Grace matter settling for $1.6 million, the Majors matter settling for $1.6 million, the Powell matter settling for $1.5 million, the Ghayuri matter settling for $1 million, the Laterreur matter settling for $1 million, and the Fernandez matter settling for $1 million.

    Terry has been named Rising Star by Super Lawyers since 2019 and is just getting started.

    Terry earned his law degree at University of West Los Angeles School of Law and his undergraduate degree at UCLA. While at UWLA School of Law, Terry was a member of Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, a recipient of the Witkin Award for Academic Excellence for Civil Procedure, and a Dean’s List honoree.  While attending UCLA, Terry studied political science with an emphasis on American Institutions and Political Theory. Terry was a member of Bruin Democrats and CalPirg, UCLA’s premier student public interest activism group.

    Civically, Terry serves on the Planning and Environment Commission for the City of Lakewood, CA. Terry has served in the past as an elected and appointed assembly district delegate of the California Democratic Party, and as a committee co-chair for the Empowerment Congress.

    Email: terry@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Dylan Dordick

    Dylan attended the University of California, Hastings School of Law in San Francisco where he was a distinguished member of the school’s trial advocacy competition team. As a member of the team, Dylan won the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association’s annual mock trial competition and placed second in Golden Gate University’ annual competition in addition to be awarded the best oral advocate in his Moot Court class.

    Dylan was also the president of the Homeless Legal Services organization where he volunteered to provide free legal services to the residents of the largest homeless shelter in Northern California. For his efforts, Dylan earned the Outstanding Achievement in Pro Bono, a distinction awarded to students who completed over 150 hours of pro bono work. Dylan was also presented with the Wiley W. Manuel Certificate for Pro Bono Services by the State Bar of California.

    After graduating Cum Laude from the University of California, Hastings School of Law, he joined a prominent personal injury firm where he tried several cases to verdict, including co-trying a disputed liability spine injury case that resulted in a four million four hundred thousand dollar verdict ($4,400,000.00) which was the 14th largest car accident verdict in California in 2018. When the opportunity arose, Dylan took the next step in his career and joined his family’s law practice. He was distinguished in both 2020 and 2021 as a Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine, a distinction only given to the top 2.5% of lawyers in California with less than ten years of practice.

    Since joining the family practice, Dylan tried a case as lead trial counsel that resulted in an award of $10,205,904.00 for a little girl hit by a car who suffered a traumatic brain injury and in their first trial together as a father-son duo, a jury returned a verdict of $8,449, 723.92 for our client who was hit by a car resulting in ankle, knee and back surgeries. Dylan was the lead attorney on the Brown v. Beach House Design and Development case which led to an appellate court decision that was one of the most favorable developments in the law for work place construction injuries in a generation and he consistently obtains seven and eight figure settlements for his clients by following the famous diplomacy tactic of Theodore Roosevelt: “Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.” Mr. Roosevelt described this strategy as “the exercise of intelligent forethought and of decisive action sufficiently far in advance of any likely crisis.” As an advocate who handles cases from injury to trial, that is his guiding principle. 

    In his free time, Dylan enjoys going boxing, seeing live music, and reading nearly every genre of book he can find. He was also a professional brewer prior to becoming a lawyer and enjoys going to breweries and distilleries around the country. He is a life-long Los Angeles Kings fan, loves watching MotoGP motorcycle racing, and enjoys collecting vintage Hawaiian T-Shirts and concert posters from historical venues. If you see him out and about, you are likely to see him wearing one of his favorite Stetson Open Road hats which were popularized by President Truman and President Johnson. 


    Email: dylan@dordicklaw.com

  • Michelle Dordick is a personal injury attorney at Dordick Law.  After graduating from Fordham Law School in New York in 2017, she took the California and New York bar exams and is now admitted to the state bar in both jurisdictions.  Michelle practiced Family Law for her first three years.  She then decided to join her family at the Dordick Law Firm, where she litigates a variety of personal injury matters, including sexual assault, auto collisions, dog bites, slip and falls, and catastrophic injuries.  She recently received a verdict of $2.26 billion with her dad, Gary Dordick, and sister, Taylor Dordick in Riverside – a sexual assault case in which the Plaintiff was repeatedly raped by her step-dad throughout her childhood.

    Email: michelle@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Taylor Dordick

    Taylor Dordick is a personal injury attorney at Dordick Law Firm in California. With a passion for helping individuals who have been injured due to the negligence of others, she has established herself as a trusted advocate for her clients.

    Taylor received her J.D. from Loyola Law School and is licensed to practice law in California. Prior to working at the Dordick Law Firm, she gained valuable experience working at other personal injury firms, where she honed her skills in negotiating and litigating on behalf of her clients.

    At the Dordick Law Firm, Taylor is committed to helping clients navigate the complexities of personal injury law. Whether she is negotiating a settlement or advocating for her clients in court, Taylor provides personalized attention and representation to each and every client.

    In addition to her legal work, Taylor is an active member of the legal community. She is a member of the California Bar Association and has been recognized for her outstanding legal work. She is also a member of Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, and a board member of the New Lawyers Division for Consumer Attorneys of California.

    When she is not practicing law, Taylor enjoys spending time with her family and cooking.

    Email: taylor@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Elizabeth A. Hernandez

    Attorney Elizabeth A. Hernandez primarily handles catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death and premises liability cases.  She is admitted to practice law in California.



    • Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, California, J.D.
    • University of California, Los Angeles, B.A. History



    • The Best Lawyers in America list – Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs, 2016 to present
    • 2020 Southern California Super Lawyers
    • Avvo Rating: 10.0 Superb
    • Graduate of the renowned Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College
    • 2017 & 2019 CAALA Presidential Award Recipient



    • Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA)
        • 2021 CAALA Secretary on the Executive Committee
        • Emeritus Member of the Board of Governors
        • Chair of the Political Affairs Committee, 2020
      • CAALA Mentorship Program, Mentor
      • Investment Committee member – 2020
      • Attorney Advertising Committee member – 2020
      • Diversity & Inclusion Committee member – 2019 and 2020
      • Women in Law Committee member 2017 to the present
        • Chair of the Education Committee, 2018 and 2019
        • Co-Chair:  CAALA’s Inaugural Women’s Trial Skills Conference – 2017
        • Vice-Chair of the Education Committee, 2016 and 2017
        • Vice-Chair of the Membership Committee, 2013


    • Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC)
      • CAOC Board Member, 2021
      • CAOC Officer: Women’s Caucus Representative, 2020
      • CAOC Women’s Caucus
    • Chair of Women’s Caucus:  2018-2019
    • Political Chair:  2017-2018
    • Legislative Chair:  2016-2017
    • Membership and Communications Co-Chair:  2015-2016
    • Education Co-Chair:  ​2014-2015
      • CAOC Board of Directors
    • 2017-2018
    • 2001-2007


    • Mexican American Bar Association (MABA)
      • Executive Board: Vice-President, 2021-2022
      • Executive Board: Membership Director, 2019-2020
      • Board Member: Trustee, 2018-2019
      • Chair: Political Endorsement Committee – 2019
      • Member of the Judicial Endorsement Committee
      • Member of the Political Endorsement Committee
      • Speaker and Moderator at MABA webinars


    • Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA)
        • Trial Advocacy Project (TAP) certification


    • American Association for Justice (AAJ)
      • Women Trial Lawyers Caucus
      • Minority Caucus



    • The United States Supreme Court
    • California State Courts
    • Central District of California
    • Northern District of California
    • Southern District of California
    • Eastern District of California



    • Effective Storytelling and Your Discovery Plan, CAALA’s Advocate Journal, October 2019 Read Article
    • Preparing Your Retained Expert Witness for Deposition, CAALA’s Advocate Journal, October 2017 Read Article
    • Working with your Expert During the Discovery Process and Preparing your Expert for Deposition, CAALA’s Advocate Journal, October 2014
    • Motions in Limine, CAALA’s Advocate Journal, February 2014
    • Motions in Limine – The critical role they play in pretrial and trial strategies, Plaintiff magazine, February 2014
    • Do Not Let Defendants Exclude Your Medical Experts’ Opinions on Causation, Consumer Attorneys of California’s Forum Magazine, September 2004
    • Referral Fees: What You Need to Know, Consumer Attorneys of California’s Forum Magazine, December 2003
    • Turning the Tables Around on the Defendants: Shifting the Burden of Proof to the Defendant and Imposing Evidentiary Sanctions, CAALA’s Advocate Journal, November 2003



    • Direct Examination, CAALA Women in Law, Trial Skills, October 2020
    • Higher Level Medicine For Lawyers Panel – The Most Common Avoidable Catastrophes in the E.R. and How to Find Them, Consumer Attorneys of California, 59th Annual Convention, November 2019
    • Discovery & Depos Panel – Creating Your Discovery Plan, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA), Las Vegas Convention, August 2019
    • Oral Discovery, Trial Lawyer Skills for the New Attorney Seminar, CAALA, March 2019
    • Discovery & Evidence Panel – Creating an Effective Discovery Plan, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, August 2018
    • Written Discovery & Related Issues, Trial Lawyer Skills for the New Attorney Seminar, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, March 2018
    • CAALA Women Trial Skills Conference: Empowering Each Other, Co-chaired inaugural event, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Marina Del Rey, October 20-21, 2017
    • Law & Motion Panel – Motions to Compel and Protective Orders, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, August, 2017
    • Written Discovery & Related Issues, Trial Lawyer Skills for the New Attorney Seminar, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, March 2017
    • Aging Population Panel – Pre-existing Conditions, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, August 2016
    • Written Discovery & Related Issues, Trial Lawyer Skills for the New Attorney Seminar, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, March 2016
    • “Violations that Trigger Elder Abuse Cases,” Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, September 2015
    • Basic Trial Skills Panel – Your Final Status Conference Documents and Motions in Limine: The Outline of Your Trial, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, August 2014
    • Law and Motion, Trial Lawyer Skills for the New Attorney Seminar, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, March 2014
    • Evidence Panel – Motions in Limine: Substance & Procedure, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, August 2013
    • Pre-litigation Client Preparation – Handling Your Client’s Expectations, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, September 2012
    • Anatomy of a Case After Filing: From Complaint Through Discovery, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, August 2009
    • Trends in Product Liability: From Medical Devices to Mold to Motor Vehicles, Consumer Attorneys of California Annual Convention, April 2003



    • Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Charities (LATLC) events
    • Speaker at Career Days for high school and junior high school students



    •  Trial Skills Sessions: Direct Examination, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA) Women in Law, October 28, 2020

    •  Higher Level Medicine For Lawyers Panel – The Most Common Avoidable Catastrophes in the E.R. and How to Find Them, Consumer Attorneys of California, 59th Annual Convention, November 2019

    •  Discovery & Depos Panel – Creating Your Discovery Plan, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA), Las Vegas Convention, August 2019

    •  Oral Discovery, Trial Lawyer Skills for the New Attorney Seminar, CAALA, March 2019

    •  Discovery & Evidence Panel – Creating an Effective Discovery Plan, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Las Vegas Convention, August 2018

    •  Written Discovery & Related Issues, Trial Lawyer Skills for the New Attorney Seminar, Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, March 2018

    • Associate Attorney

      Dustin Moaven

      After years of litigating complex commercial disputes, Dustin has brought his tenacious work ethic and fierce advocacy skills to the world of personal injury litigation. Now, instead of defending large corporations, Dustin is privileged to represent deserving individuals in their pursuit of justice. Dustin puts his clients and their cases above all else and persistently fights to make their voices heard. As someone who himself survived a horrific accident caused by another person’s negligence, Dustin is very familiar with the range of emotions his clients are dealing with and always makes their health and well-being his main priority.

      Not only is Dustin dedicated to his clients’ causes, he is passionate about holding wrongdoers accountable for their actions. During his time with Dordick Law, Dustin has already helped deliver justice and recover significant amounts for his clients, including a $9,000,000 settlement for two children struck by a train and a $6,000,000 settlement for a young woman involved in a horrific car crash.

      Email: dustin@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Mark Leonardo

    Bio coming soon.

    Email: mark@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    John Upton

    John Upton joined Dordick Law Corporation in the fall of 2017, after nearly twenty-five years with one of the larger law firms in the North Orange County, California area. Having handled hundreds of significant personal injury cases from intake through resolution, John brings his valuable insight and experience litigating a wide variety of plaintiff’s claims, including car, truck and motorcycle accidents, premises liability claims, and medical negligence actions to the Dordick Law Corporation.

    A long-time Californian, Mr. Upton graduated from University of San Diego School of Law, where he was the recipient of the USD School of Law Merit Scholarship. He studied International and European Communities at the Institute of International and Comparative Law, Magdalen College, University of Oxford. Mr. Upton graduated cum laude from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in Economics.

    John is licensed to practice law before all courts in the State of California. He is a member of Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles and the Consumer Attorney of California. On weekends, he can often be found competing in local softball tournaments.

    Email: john@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Douglas Shaffer

    Douglas D. Shaffer has been actively practicing in complex litigation cases since 1984.  Having graduated Magna Cum Laude from Pepperdine Law School and Ohio State University.  Mr. Shaffer has been honored as a ” Super Lawyer ” every year from 2011-2018. He was named a Best Lawyer by US News and World Reports in 2017 and 2018. He was nominated for Trial Lawyer of the Year in 2010 by the Consumer Attorneys of Los Angeles (CAALA).

    Mr. Shaffer has litigated more than 85 catastrophic injury cases on behalf of Plaintiffs.  He has been prominently mentioned in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Sports Illustrated, as well as the top legal publication, The Los Angeles Daily Journal, for many of the cases he has worked on over the years.

    Mr. Shaffer is active in the community, donates to many charities, and has volunteered to coach his children’s’ youth basketball and football for a decade. He has travelled extensively for business and pleasure. He completed the Tour of France in 2004, the Tour of Italy in 2009, and recently competed in the Alcatraz and Malibu Triathlons.

    Email: doug@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Robert B. Reagan, Jr.

    Bobby Reagan represents victims of catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death. He has obtained several seven figure settlements against some of the largest insurance companies in the country. Before joining Dordick Law Corporation, Bobby practiced at Grassini & Wrinkle, where he recovered tens of millions of dollars for his clients, including a second chair road design verdict of $4,738,369, and argued in the Court of Appeal.

    Email: bobby@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Kim Anglin

    Bio Coming soon

    Email: kim.anglin@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Thanh Nguyen

    Bio Coming soon

    Email: tang.nguyen@dordicklaw.com

  • Jr. Associate Attorney

    Talin Hakopyan

    Joining Dordick Law Corporation as a law clerk in June 2021 proved to be a pivotal moment for Talin Hakopyan, sparking her passion for Plaintiff’s law, particularly in the field of Personal Injury.

    Having recently graduated with a Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School, Miss. Hakopyan has cultivated a robust foundation in various legal disciplines, showcasing notable proficiency in civil litigation practice. During her time at Loyola Law, she served as the Co-Lead Coordinator for Loyola Law School’s Young Lawyers Program. In this role, she bridged connections between the law school and the Los Angeles community’s youth, offering insights into the advantages of pursuing an advanced degree and a career in law.

    Miss. Hakopyan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Loyola Marymount University, where she earned the prestigious Program Scholar Award and College Scholar Award for achieving the highest GPA in her major and the College of Communication and Fine Arts.

    While at Dordick Law Corporation, Miss. Hakopyan gravitated towards the Law and Motion Department, where she employs creativity and ingenuity to address even the most challenging legal issues. She upholds core values such as meticulous attention to detail, a proactive stance in client advocacy, and an unwavering commitment to the pursuit of justice. These principals guide her through the intricacies of personal injury law, marking her ascent in her burgeoning legal career at Dordick Law Corporation.

    Email: talin@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Zarif Kazi

    Bio coming soon.

    Email: zarif@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Brittney Ghadoushi

    Brittney is an attorney at Dordick Law Corporation where she focuses her practice on catastrophic personal injury. She is wholly devoted to holding individuals, large corporations, and insurance companies accountable for their wrongdoings. Prior to joining Dordick Law Corporation, Brittney worked at several prominent law firms both during and after law school where she gained valuable litigation experience working on complex, high-value cases representing plaintiffs. She is passionate about ensuring that every client she represents receives the compensation and justice they deserve.

    Brittney earned her law degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. Throughout all three years of law school, Ms. Ghadoushi participated in the Young Lawyers Program, where she mentored high school students and taught them trial skills which they applied in a final mock trial. Brittney also completed the Civil Litigation Concentration at Loyola Law School which has equipped her with the necessary skills and expertise to effectively represent our clients in a wide range of civil matters. Prior to attending law school, Brittney earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from UCLA with Summa Cum Laude honors.

    Email: brittney@dordicklaw.com

  • Associate Attorney

    Josh Molchan

    Bio Coming soon

    Email: josh@dordicklaw.com