Brad A. Mokri, Attorney at Law



New York City, Apr 1, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Licensed by the State Bar of California, Brad A. Mokri is a renowned attorney who is the owner and operator of Law Offices of Mokri & Associates in Santa Ana, California. Having been actively involved in the legal profession for more than 19 years, he serves individuals and corporations throughout the State of California, arguing cases from superior courts to circuit courts. 

Recognized as an authority in dispute resolution, Brad's experience ranges from business litigation and employment law to civil litigation, family law, and auto & dealership disputes. His aim is to ensure that each client understands their legal responsibilities and options pertaining to their individual case all the while providing them with the quality legal advice and representation that they deserve. 

Serving legal needs on both sides of the dispute fence

Prior to becoming an attorney, Brad worked as a car dealer, giving him over 35 years of experience in the automobile industry. Once he had decided that a career in law was the right path for him to pursue, he went on to earn his Juris Doctor degree (JD) from the Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, California.

Upon graduation, he began practicing as a solo practitioner, focusing his energy and skills on offering professional legal services based on mutual trust and respect. Throughout the years, his gained knowledge, perseverance, and agility have allowed him to better serve his clients' wants and needs while protecting their rights. 

A shark in the courtroom

With a philosophy grounded on the notion to resolve disputes before engaging in litigation, Brad stands by his clients' side every step of the way, both inside and outside the courtroom. 

A fierce litigator in all aspects of legal matters and a passionate advocate for clients' rights, his reputation precedes him. He is equipped to tackle the toughest of cases with a results-driven approach, continuously fighting for what each client is entitled to receive.

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