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Jeffrey A. Walker

 

Jeffrey A. Walker has gained an impressive reputation among his peers as a formidable opponent in defending both individuals and entities in a wide variety of lawsuits. Providing his counsel to such insurance frontrunners as SCPIE, General Star and Optima, Jeff has managed many legal disputes involving professional liability, fraud, elder abuse, premises liability, as well as both personal and catastrophic injury. Jeff has handled medical cases that involve doctors, medical staff, healthcare officials and administrators, as well as trying cases brought against large medical institutions. A lecturer on elder abuse, Jeff is a member of the Association of Southern California Defense Council (ASCDC), the Defense Research Institute (DRI), the Southern California Association of Healthcare Risk Management (SCAHRM), and the Professional Liability Underwriting Society (PLUS).
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Douglas K. Mann

 

With 15 years of defense experience, Douglas K. Mann's cases also range from disputes involving general liability, catastrophic injury, elder abuse and products liability. Known for his ability to mount impressive defense strategies in a number of highly-complicated cases, Doug not only tries cases in the courtroom before judges and panels of jurors, he has handled more than a dozen cases in the state Courts of Appeal, prevailing each time. Doug has represented both physicians and companies in the healthcare field and among his prestigious clients are major medical insurance carriers such as Norcal and the Southern California Physicians Insurance Exchange (SCPIE). A member of the Southern California Defense Counsel (ASCDC), the Southern California Association of Hospital Risk Managers and the Defense Research Institute, Doug is regarded as a top expert in healthcare law issues including HIPPA.
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Rebekah R. Main

 

The practice of law is not Rebekah Ryan Main’s first profession. She began her professional life in 1987 as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) – D, gaining both medical knowledge and patient care experience in diverse and interesting settings. Her passion for medicine, and the “art” of emergency patient care, led her to a teaching position as an EMT skills instructor at a private college in 1995. This position afforded Rebekah the opportunity to continue learning, as well as to teach. Her desire to increase both her skills and her education resulted in additional training in defibrillation and, ultimately, a phlebotomy certification. Ten years of medical training and experience made her legal focus on medical malpractice defense a natural choice.
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