Bradley P. Knypstra

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Mr. Knypstra is one of the rare breed of attorneys that look forward to taking your case to trial if necessary. Mr. Knypstra believes that you have to be committed to take a client’s case as far as necessary to protect their rights.

Mr. Knypstra is incredibly passionate in his quest for your rights. He is one of the few attorneys in the nation that have been trained at the Gerry Spence Trial Lawyers College. Gerry Spence gained national fame as an attorney best known for never losing a criminal case, nor a civil case, since 1969 (he was inducted into the American Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame in 2009). Mr. Knypstra has been practicing Law for over 19 years, and completed his training with Mr. Spence in 2010. Mr. Knypstra has recently tried over 25 cases to verdict.

I have to have the courage to be real with my clients, and for them to be real with me. When we have that kind of relationship, I have the heart to fight for the justice they deserve.

If your case appears to have the best probability for success by settling prior to trial, you can be assured that Mr. Knypstra will vigorously pursue the best possible award for you. If the insurance company wants to “play the hard way”, you can rest comfortably knowing that he will be ready to successfully try your case through to verdict.

We prepare every case as if it will go to trial and keep our clients informed through the whole process.

Mr. Knypstra earned is Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from California State University, Fullerton. Immediately after college, he worked for an accounting firm in Newport Beach performing audits and tax assignments for local businesses. He ultimately, received his law degree from Western State University, College of Law in 1994. He was accepted into the California State Bar in 1995.

Mr. Knypstra is a member of the National Board of Trial Advocacy, American Association for Justice, Million Dollar Advocates Forum, as well as the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum.

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