The Young Law Office is a personal injury and employment litigation firm serving the North Bay Area of California since 1997.
The Young Law Office is a civil litigation law firm representing clients with catastrophic injuries caused by automobile accidents, dangerous properties/buildings, dangerous products, and wrongful death. We also represent clients who have experienced discrimination, harassment, or retaliation in employment, with special emphasis on disability discrimination and failure to accommodate cases. We represent clients at the trial and appellate level and have obtained successful, published appellate opinions from the California Courts of Appeal and the California Supreme Court. We handle cases in both state courts throughout northern California as well as in federal court.
411 Russell Avenue, Second Floor
Santa Rosa CA 95403
A contingency fee is offered for most clients we accept.
The Young Law Office has experience handling many types of personal injury matters, including auto cases, injuries caused by dangerous conditions of property, products liability, and wrongful death.
The Young Law Office is a civil litigation law firm representing clients with catastrophic injuries caused by automobile accidents, dangerous properties/buildings, dangerous products, and wrongful death.
We strongly encourage our clients to have as much knowledge as possible from reputable, reliable sources. We also view our job as being both a strong advocate for our clients as well as an educator, informing our clients' about their legal rights, responsibilities, and what they can expect from their individual case. In this way, our clients feel more connected to the litigation process, and they are, generally, more satisfied with the outcome. This philosophy is achieved by working closely with our clients, something that big firms often cannot - or will not - do, and by bringing the latest technology to our practice of law to maximize efficiency and customize our delivery of legal services and information to suit our clients' unique needs.
Mr. Young has been a licensed attorney in California since 1997. Throughout his practice, he has focused on civil litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury and employment matters. Mr. Young has handled cases throughout California but focuses primarily on the North and East Bay areas, including San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Contra Costa, and Mendocino Counties.
Mr. Young represents clients at both the trial and appellate level in both state and federal court. Mr. Young is admitted to the Northern District of California as well as the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. In 2003 and 2005, Mr. Young successfully obtained significant appellate rulings in California on behalf of persons who had been injured by the dangerous condition of another's property, an area of law Mr. Young is particularly interested in.
In the area of employment law, Mr. Young is particularly interested in cases involving termination, discrimination, or retaliation based on disability, medical condition, or age as well as whistleblower cases.
In addition to his practice, Mr. Young is an instructor at Empire College in Santa Rosa, California. He has also taught at Golden Gate University School of Law and John F. Kennedy School of Law. Mr. Young is a member of the San Francisco Trial Lawyers' Association and the National Lawyers' Guild. He has presented on various topics including ADA accommodations and how to conduct electronic discovery.
When he is not lawyering or teaching, Mr. Young enjoys spending time with his partner and two dogs in the beautiful California Wine Country. Mr. Young also writes historical nonfiction and is an amateur digital photographer.
Bar Number: 190104
University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign
B.A. - History, 1992
Golden Gate University School of Law
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