Biographical Information

Check out BrianBreiter.com for more detailed information.

Mr. Breiter has been selected to the National Trial Laywers Top 100 and has been named to 2013, 2014, 2015 Southern California Super Lawyers, Brian Breiter is a civil trial lawyer since 1995 in the area of Plaintiff’s Personal Injury. With over 35 million dollars in settlements and verdicts, Mr. Breiter has dedicated his practice to helping consumers during their most difficult times. Mr. Breiter is licensed in California and Florida. Mr. Breiter represents clients throughout the entire state of California.

Brian is also an adjunct professor at the Pepperdine Law School where he teaches “Improvisational Mediation” to fellow lawyers, mediators and judges. He also recently taught at the University of Calgary School of Law.

The office concentrates on wrongful death, serious injuries, automobile accidents, motorcycle crashes, dog bites, and slip and fall cases.

Admission Dates & Jurisdictions

Florida Bar 1995

California Bar 1999


University of Florida BA 1992

Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad Law School Juris Doctor 1995

Professional Experience

Over the past 20 years Mr. Breiter has handled hundreds of cases and has recovered over 40 million dollars in settlements and verdicts for his clients. He handles only the most serious injury cases involving surgeries, broken bones, and amputations.  Mr Breiter also handles wrongful death cases where he represents surviving family members who have lost their loved ones to tragedies.  Brian primarily handles cases in California and Florida, and has tried cases throughout the country as well. He started his career in 1995 as an associate with Grover, Weinstein, and Stauber, in Miami Beach Florida, after which he opened his own law firm in 2000 in Los Angeles and Florida.

Honors & Awards

Super Lawyers 2013, 2014, 2015

National Trial Lawyers Top 100

AVVO Client’s Choice Award 2011-2015

National Association of Personal Injury Attorneys Top 10 2015

Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Nova Southeastern Shepherd Broad Law Review

Order of Barristers



Professional Associations




Los Angeles Bar Association

California Bar

Florida Bar

Verdicts & Settlements

Below are few verdicts and settlements over the years illustrating our success, for privacy reasons, our clients’ names are not listed.

$ 8,100,000.00 – Wrongful Death Auto (Drunk Driver)

$ 4,900,000.00 – Traumatic Brain Injury (Auto)

$ 3,00,000.00 – Wrongful Death (Settlement during trial, Bus vs Pedestrian)

$ 2,625,000.00 – Wrongful Death (Disputed Liability)

$ 1,500,000.00 – Burns from automobile crash

$ 1,500,000.00 – Wrongful Death Auto vs Scooter

$ 1,150,000.00 – Loss of Eye (Disputed Liability)

$ 1,250,000.00 – Wrongful Death (Teen) Disputed

$ 1,000,000.00 – Wrongful Death (85 Year) Disputed

$ 1,000,000.00 – Loss of Ring Finger (Verdict)

$ 1,000,000.00 – Fall resulting in death

$ 870,000.00 – Wrongful Death (83 Year) Disputed

$ 750,000.00 – Auto Accident Drunk Driver

$ 650,000.00 – Wrongful Death (86 Year) Disputed

$ 650,000.00 – Head Injury Fall

$ 575,000.00 – Burn Case

$ 501,900.00 – Trip and Fall broken elbow (Verdict)

$ 500,000.00 – Auto Accident

$ 500,000.00 – Auto Accident

$ 300,000.00 – Dog Bite

$ 300,000.00 – Dog bite

$ 300,000.00 – Dog bite (minor)

$ 225,000.00 – Burn Case at restaurant


Speaking Engagements

Consumer Attorneys of California 52nd Annual Convention: “Trial Skills: Practical Hands on Improv Practice Session.” Presented by Brian Breiter, Esq. and Jeffry Krivis






Improvisational Negotiation @ Pepperdine Law School


CAALA Workshop Improv for Lawyers


SCMA 20th ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE Science of the Mind: Tools for Negotiators




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