Jake Richards, Esq.
Jake earned both his bachelor’s degree and juris doctorate from University of La Verne. While in law school, he actively competed in moot court competitions and engaged in experiential learning. Through externships Jake worked as a judicial clerk with the EEOC and worked in ADA compliance and disability discrimination.
As an attorney, Jake has practiced both as an applicant and defense attorney. He has both case in chief and lien trial experience, has taken several hundred depositions, defended 132(a) along with serious and willful claims, prepared appellate briefs, and aggressively followed the medical-legal process in all of his cases through to completion. In setting matters up for QME and AME evaluations, Jake writes substantive, well-crafted position statements to ensure that each report is substantive to avoid the increased cost and delay of repeated supplemental reporting and cross-examinations, where possible.