Bryan David Lamb, Attorney
Bryan David Lamb received a Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics from the University of California at Davis in 1990. After pursuing a career in genetic research, Bryan found his calling in the law. Bryan graduated from the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1998, Order of the Coif, and immediately began representing working persons and their families in catastrophic and serious personal injury cases. Bryan began practicing law representing construction workers and their families in civil litigation and workers' compensation cases. Bryan's education and work history in the sciences has been an invaluable asset to litigating difficult cases that hinge on physical and medical science issues.
Over the last ten years, Bryan has acquired significant experience in litigating product liability, personal injury, medical malpractice, clergy sexual abuse, and other fields involving death and serious personal injury. Bryan has been involved in numerous actions compensating his clients in seven and eight figure results. In addition, Bryan has taught several Continuing Legal Education courses in a variety of areas that include, workers' compensation law, digital display of evidence in the court room, legal ethics, and proper litigation use of Power Point.
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