Brian K. O'Connor & Associates

Brian K. O'Connor & Associates

Success In The Court Room Makes All The Difference. My firm has recovered nearly 20 million dollars on behalf of injured clients. Call for your free case evaluation.

Firm Overview

Since 1997, I have exclusively represented individuals throughout the greater Santa Barbara area, seriously injured through medical or legal malpractice, auto, motorcycle and bicycle accidents, medical malpractice, insurance bad faith, dog bites, head and spine injuries, elder abuse, and the wrongful death of a family member. Areas of practice include: Personal Injury Auto Accidents Truck Accident Bicycle Accidents Motorcycle Accidents Pedestrian Accidents Head and Spinal Injuries Medical Malpractice Nursing Home Negligence Product Liability Dog Bites/Attack Premises Liability Slip/Trip and Fall Falling Objects Warehouse Accidents Explosions

Main Office

Main Office
800 Garden Street, Suite L

Santa Barbara CA 93101

Phone

(805) 730-7766

Fax

Auto Accident

Specializing in representing victims of Auto, Truck, Motorcycle and Bicycle accidents.

My firm is experienced in litigating all types of accident cases, large or small. We are not afraid to go to court to fight for what our clients deserve. Contact us ASAP for a free case evaluation!

Brian K. O'Connor

Brian K. O'Connor & Associates

Admitted in 1988, U.S. District Court, Southern District of California 1990
U.S. District Court, Central District of California 1986

Law School Attended:
Western State University College of Law, Class of 1983,J.D.

University Attended: Claremont McKenna College, Class of 1979, B.S. Economics

Born in Garden City, Kansas

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