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Paul W. Ralph, Attorney at Law
For over 20 years, Paul W. Ralph has been practicing personal injury law here in California. The first two years as an attorney he worked on the defense side of injury cases and now focuses all of his professional efforts prosecuting those matters on behalf of his clients.
Mr. Ralph currently represents injured clients in the following areas of law:
• Automobile/Trucking Accidents
• Medical Malpractice
• Dog Bites
• Premises Liability
• Construction Accidents
• Denial of Insurance Benefits
• False Arrest/Imprisonment
• Products Liability
• Sexual Harassment
• Racial Discrimination
In 1991, Mr. Ralph was admitted to the State Bar of California and is now also admitted to United States District Court, including the Central, Northern and Eastern Districts of California. As an attorney, he has represented clients from San Diego County to Klamath Falls, Oregon.
Mr. Ralph has been or is currently a member of the following professional organizations:
• Orange County Bar Association,
• State Bar of California,
• Association of Trial Lawyers of America,
• Consumer Attorneys of California,
• Orange County Trial Lawyers,
• Orange County College of Trial Advocacy; and
• Western Trial Lawyers Association.
Among his numerous appellate victories are Fuller v. Tucker M.D. 84 Cal. App 4th 1163 (2000); Jane Doe v. City of Murietta 102 Cal. App 4th 899 (2002). Both of these cases are often cited and are still the law in California.
Because of the importance of the cases handled in the past, Mr. Ralph has appeared on CNN (interviewed by Anderson Cooper) and has been quoted on the front page of the Los Angeles Daily Journal. Additionally, Mr. Ralph's cases have made the cover of Trials Digest and have been cited in the Press Enterprise, as well as other local newspapers.
As for his educational background, Mr. Ralph attended college at California State University, Fullerton. After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice, he went on to Southwestern University, School of Law, receiving his Juris Doctorate in 1990.