Mr. Edlow is an associate in the law firm of Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora, LLP. Mr. Edlow's practice focuses on representing individuals and families for personal injury, wrongful death and product liability claims.
Mr. Edlow is a lifelong Sacramento resident with strong ties to the community. After serving a volunteer full-time mission in Indianapolis, Indiana for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, he returned home to pursue educational goals. These goals began in California's community college system, through American River College, and ultimately ended at Pacific McGeorge. Mr. Edlow distinguished himself at McGeorge by simultaneously working through two specialized programs emphasizing Trial Advocacy and Business. He excelled in these programs and was named to the Honor's Trial Team for 2011-2012. He also received the Witkin Award in the Advanced Trial Advocacy course. These accomplishments were achieved while holding a full-time law clerk position assisting Mr. Roger Dreyer with the prosecution of many trials that resulted in seven and eight figure verdicts or settlements. After passing the California Bar Exam, Mr. Edlow was invited to accept a position as an associate attorney for Mr. Dreyer.
Since that time, Mr. Edlow has prosecuted hundreds of cases to settlement or verdict against notable Defendants. These include a $3.2 million dollar verdict against the City of Atwater, a $1.75 million dollar settlement with the Amador County Unified School District, and a confidential settlement with Barnes & Noble resulting from a trip and fall that occurred in 2012. He continues to vigorously pursue cases on behalf of his clients.
With all of these many accomplishments, Mr. Edlow considers his greatest to be within the walls of his own home. In June 2004, he married his wife Chandra. Since that time, they have worked tirelessly in the Sacramento community organizing charitable events for local non-profit programs as well as through volunteer work at their church. They also stay busy with raising their four young children, which they consider to be the most rewarding challenge of all.