LOS ANGELES/ORANGE COUNTY, CA – AgnewBrusavich, a serious personal injury law firm, has announced the opening of its Irvine office after celebrating 30 years in business in May 2014. Headquartered in Torrance, the firm recently filed two widely-publicized lawsuits, including one suit against the University of Southern California and former head football coach Lane Kiffin for severe personal injuries sustained by football player Brian Baucham, as well as one suit against California and Newport Beach for a dangerous intersection on Pacific Coast Highway killing Olympic cyclist’s wife, Debra Deem.
The Irvine office is located at 2171 Campus Dr., Suite 240, Irvine, CA 92612.
Partner Gerald E. Agnew Jr. commented, “Opening an Orange County office and recently welcoming Of Counsel litigator Robert Stone marks a significant milestone in our firm’s growth.” Partner Bruce M. Brusavich added, “Our geographic expansion will help us better serve clients, and we are excited to be growing our practice after more than three decades of helping victims of serious personal injuries.”
In 2010, AgnewBrusavich also established CalBikeLaw.com to help victims and families of those killed in bicycle accidents in the South Bay area and throughout California. The attorneys deliver personal familiarity with cycling to their clients and have represented many victims of bicycle accidents caused by vehicles, dangerous conditions of roadways and defective products.