Alan M. Laskin is an accomplished and experienced personal injury trial lawyer practicing in the areas of personal injury, insurance bad faith, and elder abuse in Sacramento & Elk Grove CA. Mr. Laskin has practiced law in California since 1990, trying more than 55 cases to jury verdict. Unlike most personal injury lawyers / attorneys who routinely settle their cases, Mr. Laskin is a fighter who recommends settlement only when he is sure that the insurance company offers his client fair treatment.
Mr. Laskin’s personal injury cases have been tried in Sacramento County, San Francisco County, Stanislaus County, Alameda County, Placer County, Solano County, and Portland, Oregon.
His other areas of professional accomplishment include sitting as a Judge Pro Tem in the Settlement Department of the Sacramento County Superior Court where he acts as a Settlement Conference Judge. He has had great success in assisting parties in resolving their cases without having to go to trial.
Mr. Laskin is an Arbitator for Yolo County, Sacramento County, Placer County, Monterey County, and San Joaquin County.
As a Private Mediator, Mr. Laskin is often retained by private parties to mediate cases which cannot be resolved without the assistance of a neutral third party.
Mr. Laskin is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association, Consumer Attorneys of California, the Sacramento County Bar Association, and American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).
Mr. Laskin is licensed to practice law by the State of California and is authorized to practice before the Eastern and Southern Districts of the United States Federal Court in California.
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Mr. Laskin earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of the Pacific in 1986 and received his Juris Doctorate (law degree) from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law in 1989. In 2008, Mr. Laskin was invited by his peers to become a member of the prestigious organization of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).