Bruce M. Bunch represents people and their families who have suffered major injuries or death throughout California. He handles all types of catastrophic personal injury cases and concentrates on medical malpractice. Over the past 42 years, Bruce has tried more than 100 jury trials. His expertise as a trial lawyer makes him one of the most sought-after personal injury lawyers in Los Angeles.
He holds the rank of Advocate in ABOTA (American Board of Trial Advocates) and is a member of CAALA (Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles), Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Martindale Hubbell AV Rating. He has recovered many million-dollar plus verdicts and settlements. He has been selected to the Top 100 Southern California Superlawyers List multiple times. Widely known as a premier medical malpractice attorney, he also handles serious personal injuries of all types
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My husband (who is a health care attorney) and I are very grateful to Bruce and his stellar work on our behalf – we received a $2.3 million judgment against an individual surgeon. Bruce never lost focus, faith or patience during the approximately 5-year period between filing and decision. Strategically, Bruce was sublime. He streamlined the actual legal proceeding – and the possibility of further delays – by having several expert witnesses testify through videotaped depositions. But, Bruce smartly had our key expert witness testify in person; Bruce felt this expert’s technical expertise and “folksy” affect would make him very credible to the neutral arbitrator. The strategy proved successful because the decision of the neutral arbitrator relied heavily on the testimony of this expert. Bruce was clearly much better prepared than defense counsel in all phases of the proceeding. Of particular note is the fact that Bruce prepared and submitted an almost 70-page arbitration brief – with citations to deposition testimony in support of every argument – to prime the pump for our case and increase the likelihood of a favorable decision. In sharp contrast, opposing counsel submitted a 10-page brief. My husband and I highly recommend Bruce.
- From a Client