Bradley Wallace is a trial lawyer and the founder of the Law Offices of Bradley S. Wallace, PC. Mr. Wallace has tried jury trials throughout California and his results speak for themselves. In his over 10 years of practice, Mr. Wallace has tried to verdict or settled cases totaling over $100,000,000.00.

In 2017, Bradley Wallace was inducted as one of the youngest members of the Los Angeles chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a prestigious national invitation membership-only association of trial lawyers and judges dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the 7th Amendment’s guarantee to the right to a civil jury trial.

Mr. Wallace has been recognized, for the last 4 years, by The National Trial Lawyers for the prestigious honor of “Top 40 Under 40”, which honors the top trial lawyers in the country under the age of 40. Super Lawyers Magazine recently selected Mr. Wallace, for the sixth straight year, as a “2018 Southern California Rising Star.”

This is an extremely prestigious honor, as no more than 2.5% of attorneys in California are named to this list. Mr. Wallace has been named, for the last 3 years, by the American Academy of Trial Attorneys, as a “Premier 100 Trial Attorney.”

Bradley Wallace is also proud to be a Member of the Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities, a non-profit founded and run by Plaintiff Contingency Fee Trial Attorneys committed to giving back to the greater Los Angeles community.

Mr. Wallace was born and raised in Agoura Hills, and is a lifelong resident of the Conejo and San Fernando Valleys. He is personally connected to many people who were affected by the Woolsey Fire and has a very personal and deep connection to this case. The Law Offices of Bradley S. Wallace, PC is headquartered in a state of the art office in Encino, CA and is uniquely positioned to represent the victims of the Woolsey Fire. He and his staff will be dedicated to pursuing the case through the litigation that will be required against Southern California Edison.