Josh is a partner and trial attorney at Altair Law in San Francisco. He focuses his practice on representing individuals in complex catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases involving vehicular collisions, defective products, dangerous conditions of public and private property, ridesharing collisions, and bicycle collisions.
Josh has vast experience leading his clients through every stage of the litigation process, from the initial client meeting through trial. He started his career representing defendants in civil litigation matters involving claims for personal injury, products liability and premises liability, as well as complex business and real estate matters. During his time as a defense attorney, Josh acquired an intimate knowledge of the strategies and techniques used by the defense bar and insurance companies in defending lawsuits. He now utilizes the knowledge, insight, and experience acquired during his years as a defense attorney, coupled with his experience representing injured individuals, to work diligently for his clients and maximize the results obtained for them.
Josh has been recognized as a leader in personal injury and wrongful death litigation. From 2014 to 2016, he was selected as a Northern California Super Lawyers Rising Star, an honor limited to 2.5% of practicing attorneys under the age of 40. In 2018, Josh was selected as a Northern California Super Lawyer.
Josh is also an active member of the legal community, frequently co-chairing presentations on trial advocacy techniques, and maintains active memberships with the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association, the San Francisco Bar Association, and the Consumer Attorneys of California for which he serves on the Board of Governors.
Honors & Awards
- Northern California Super Lawyer, 2018- Northern California Rising Star, Super Lawyers, 2014-2016h
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