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Firm Overview

Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook represents clients and their families who have suffered serious personal injury or death arising from motor vehicle accidents, product failures, toxic exposure, and other acts of negligence. Our attorneys are also recognized for successfully trying employment discrimination, medical and legal malpractice, child abuse, and civil rights cases. Our mission is to seek justice and fair compensation for injured people. We are among only 5% of law firms with an "AV" rating (the highest) from Martindale-Hubbell, a peer review based on ability, integrity and ethics.

Example cases

McCullough v. Doe Industries, product liability
In Re: Unocal Litigation

Main Office


2121 North California Boulevard
Suite 1020
Walnut Creek  CA  94596

Phone
  • (925) 947-1147
Fax
  • (925) 947-1131

Michael D. Meadows

Deputy Public Defender, Contra Costa County 1975-1984; Partner: Taylor & Meadows, 1985-1992

30 years of trial experience with major cases, and an inquisitive mind about human nature.

Our expertise in major injury or death, product liability, sexual abuse, employment discrimination and civil rights cases. We have the experience and skills for these cases, and the resources to finance them.

Rational and business-like and always aware that, for my client, their case is the only one that matters.

Personal interests:

I enjoy fly-fishing, baseball, nice dinners, indie films, and red wine.

License
  • Bar Number: 62110
    California , 1974
Education
  • University of California, Hastings College of the Law
    J.D. , 1974
    San Francisco, CA
    Trial and Practice
  • Cal State University
    B.A. , 1968
    Fresno, CA

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