The premiere law firm in Southern California for serious personal injury, lemon law and credit reporting violations
Established in 1991, the award-winning law firm of Robert F. Brennan & Associates, has distinguished itself as the leader in protecting the consumer in today’s complex world.
Why Choose Law Offices of Robert F. Brennan?
$8.5 million personal injury settlement.
$2 million personal injury settlement.
$1.1 million personal injury jury verdict.
$1 million personal injury settlement.
$900,000 wrongful credit reporting jury verdict.
$200,000 wrongful credit reporting settlement.
$250,000 lemon law settlement.
…and many others.(Past results are not a guarantee of the outcome of a future case.)
Ask our clients . . .
“The process of litigation and discovery is not a stranger to me. And I have even had the pleasure of seeing you in real action in front of a jury in trial. So my decision to retain you and handle my case was an easy one. I had every confidence that I would be in good hands. And I truly was, from day one till the last.”
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Attorney Robert F. Brennan has practiced law for over 33 years. He grew up steeped in the legal tradition: his uncle was former U.S. Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. (deceased), and his father, Frank Brennan, was chief in-house counsel for several major U.S. corporations during his long career.
7 simple steps to take if you suspect you bought or leased a lemon
Unless the defect in your car involves a serious safety defect, like brakes that don’t work or a car that stalls while driving on the freeway, you need to have 3 to 4 repair attempts to qualify for the California lemon law. If you have a serious safety defect, you can pursue your lemon law claim with as little as one repair attempt.
Robert F. Brennan has been selected a “Southern California Super Lawyer” for 17 consecutive years!
Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. read more