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Law Offices of Andrew Ritholz We Help Business & Individuals Recover Money.
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Client Results

Verdicts & Settlements

  • Defective roadway, suit against city – $2,500,000
  • Vehicle vs. Pedestrian – $1,250,000
  • Sexually abused child, victimized by a pedophile (attorney with a large law firm)- $1,100,000
  • Child abused and killed, suit against a county and medical clinic – $1,000,000
  • Abused child, suit against two counties – $900,000
  • Failure of County social worker and school nurse to prevent death of abused child – $500,000
  • Abused child, suit against a county and foster care agency – $500,000
  • Child abused and killed, suit against a county – $450,000
  • Defective roadway, suit against a city – $350,000
  • Defective vehicle, suit against vehicle manufacturer – $200,000

Millions $$ Collected for Business Litigation Clients

Contact Pasadena Personal Injury and Business Litigation Attorney

If you have been injured in an accident or harmed by someone, if you are owed monies or someone has wronged you or your business financially, then you are ready to learn how our Pasadena personal injury and business litigation attorney can assist you. Call us today for a free consultation.

Andrew Ritholz is an experienced litigation attorney who will provide you with effective and compassionate legal representation through each stage of your case. Remember, in many cases, you pay nothing if we do not win your case.

You can contact Pasadena Personal Injury and Business Litigation Attorney Andrew Ritholz by email, by calling 626-844-7102 or by filling out the form on the right.

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