Evan has practiced law since 2008 and is licensed to practice in California, Connecticut, and Louisiana. His entire practice has been devoted to litigation.
He attended law school in New Orleans, which was interrupted by Hurricane Katrina. He graduated in 2008 as part of the ‘Hurricane Katrina Class.’
After graduation, New Orleans erupted with Hurricane Katrina litigation. Evan worked for a New Orleans firm defending Hurricane Katrina lawsuits brought by homeowners and business owners. A number of these lawsuits were litigated at the appellate level. He also achieved a defense verdict in a slip and fall trial.
In 2010, he and his wife moved to New Haven, Connecticut for her medical residency at Yale. During the next few years, he worked for Travelers Insurance Company defending numerous personal injury lawsuits and delivering over 50 oral arguments in court.
In 2014, he moved to San Diego so his wife could complete a medical fellowship at UCSD. He then opened his own firm to represent people after years of defending companies.
Evan spent almost a decade defending personal injury lawsuits and he understands the tactics used by insurance companies. He therefore litigates your claim knowing what to expect and what to avoid.
Evan’s philosophy on personal injury practice centers on 2 questions: 1) how should people treat each other; and 2) whose problem is it when things go wrong?
Read Evan’s blog on “Why you should hire a personal injury lawyer.”
About The Law Office of Evan W. Walker
The Law Firm of Evan W. Walker employs no associates, paralegals, or secretaries. Evan handles all aspects of your case and he provides constant and current information to you. Read what clients say at Reviews.
Experience matters. But so does preparation and attention to detail. Evan is meticulous with your case and refuses to accept a cheap settlement offer from an insurance company. He handles your claim with precision, determination, and confidence. He brings the responsible parties to account so his clients receive full and fair compensation.
And it’s important to hire an attorney who knows how to communicate. Read Evan’s blog on “Effective Communication: How to write like a lawyer.”
Consultations are free. Personal injury and property damage claims are done on contingency. If there is no recovery, Evan is not paid for his work on your case.
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