Our Top Personal Injury Lawyers are among the top, if not the best, in terms of high degree of competence in handling all kinds of personal injury cases involving traffic accidents, premises accidents, other unusual personal injury accidents and even all types of claims for injuries suffered by every personal injury victim.
Rodney Mesriani is the principal partner of OC Injury Defenders which has its main office in Los Angeles and satellite offices in San fernando Valley, and Irvine. Mr. Mesriani received his Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from California State University Northridge prior to attending Southwestern School of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate degree. He was admitted to practice law before the California Supreme Court and other lower state courts, United States District Court-Central District, and United State Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in 1996. Rodney Mesriani was a full time Judicial Extern for Judge William J. Rea of the United States District Court, Central Branch in 1995. He was also a full time Extern for the Department of Corporations, State of California in 1994.
Tracy Darlene Neal-Lopez is a California-based American lawyer. She recently became the newest associate of the MLG, a California multi-specialty law firm led by its principal partner, Rodney Mesriani. Ms. Neal-Lopez specializes in employment litigation and handles business and corporate law cases. She has been working as a law practitioner and litigator for almost nine years before her inclusion in the MLG. Ms. Neal-Lopez attended the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) where she graduated in 1996 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English literature. She then attended Loyola Law School where she received her Juris Doctor degree in 2001. Legal Work Experience Since 2003, Ms. Neal-Lopez has been practicing law in all state courts of California and in the United States District Court, Central District. With her background in both state and federal court litigations, she was also able to work before the California Court of Appeals. One of her primary achievements in her legal work before the California Court of Appeals was her handling of an appellate brief that successfully challenged assumption of risk doctrine in the case Lackner vs. North (2006) 135 Cal. App. 4th 1188.
Ms. Slaughter has appeared in both state and federal court and is an experienced litigator, having successfully tried employment related matters, including sexual harassment and religious discrimination cases. Ms. Slaughter is also experienced in alternative dispute resolution, having assisted many clients in obtaining favorable resolutions to employment disputes through mediation and direct settlement negotiations. Ms. Slaughter is admitted to practice in all state courts of the State of California and the United States District Court for the Central and Eastern Districts of California.