Marc D. Adelman is a former President of the State Bar of California, the largest legal regulatory agency in the world. The organization provides oversight for California’s 225,000 attorneys. He also was elected to serve as President of the San Diego County Bar Association. In addition, he is the principal of his prominent San Diego law firm, where he has gained an excellent reputation over the last 40 years as a skilled, diverse and versatile litigator in the fields of Business,Insurance, Professional Negligence and Tort litigation. His clients consist of insurance companies, major corporations, charitable institutions, small businesses and individuals. In addition, for the last 20 years he has served as an Adjunct Professor and/or lecturer on the faculty at the University of San Diego Law School, as a panel member of the American Arbitration Association, Kaiser Permanente Neutral Arbitration Program, and the Superior Court’s Probate Mediation and Arbitration Programs. He also serves as an expert witness, consultant and lecturer on the appropriate standards of care for solo and small firm practitioners in Legal Malpractice actions.
SCHOOL DISTRICT LITIGATION
At the Law Offices of Marc Adelman your child’s education and needs are of utmost importance. We can work with the school district to ensure that your child receives the education vital to his/her future success.
Attorney Marc Adelman is one of the top business litigators in the San Diego and Southern California region. Marc Adelman, as a lawyer, understands your business needs and the importance of successfully litigating claims when necessary.
A severe personal injury can be a daunting experience for both the injured person and their family and friends. Attorney Marc Adelman can help you recover expenses and damages incurred as a result of your severe personal injury.
It is extremely important to carefully select your attorney to avoid issues of professional negligence and legal malpractice. If your needs are being underserved or negligently handled you may need to file a complaint.