Ronald Binder is a plaintiff’s lawyer whose practice focuses on representing individuals and their families members who have suffered personal injuries and damages due to a negligent act or the wrongful conduct of another. An experienced plaintiff’s lawyer, and with the added experience of having previously worked as a defense lawyer representing insurance companies.
Whether the case involves catastrophic injuries, death, brain injuries, spinal injuries, crush injuries, or and amputation, Mr. Ronald Binder recognizes the importance of developing effective case strategies and action plans that are specifically tailored to each client’s particular set of facts and circumstances. Mr. Ronald Binder also possesses significant experience and knowledge in school and playground injuries. Mr. Ronald Binder prides himself in zealously advocating for his clients by working hard, and using his past experiences and knowledge gained throughout the years to achieve the best possible resolution or outcome on the client’s behalf.
Mr. Ronald Binder has been recognized in 2010, 2013, 2014, and 2015 as a Super Lawyers® Southern California Rising Stars in Los Angles Magazine and recognized by his peers in 2009, 2010, 2014 and 2015 as a Top Attorney as published in Pasadena Magazine. Mr. Ronald Binder received his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration-Finance, from California State University Northridge in 2001, and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of West Los Angeles in 2008. While in law school, Mr. Ronald Binder was the recipient of the Witkin Award for academic excellence in Appellate Advocacy, and was selected for Moot Court Honors as a participant in the Roger J. Traynor California Appellate Moot Court Competition.
In his spare time, Mr. Ronald Binder in an avid golfer who enjoys teeing it up with family and friends for a round of golf, and enjoys the challenges of fishing for trout throughout the Eastern Sierras.
Medical Provider Liable for Inmate’s Wrongful Death2017-02-10 22:36:24
A medical care provider in Pennsylvania was ordered to pay more than $11 million in damages in a wrongful death lawsuit arising from the suicide of an inmate at a county jail. The federal jury ruled in favor of the inmate’s surviving spouse and his estate, finding that the medical provider and its medical staff were negligent when they failed to recognize and attend to the inmate’s need for routine doses of his anti-depressant medicines.… read more
Compensation Awarded in Auto Accident Due to Car’s Defective Design2017-01-27 22:40:20
An auto accident involving multiple vehicles is a complex case where several factors are likely to have contributed to the injured motorists. Just recently, a California jury found that the manufacturer of the vehicle that the injured plaintiff drove was defectively designed, leading to a conclusion that the car manufacturer is liable for compensation. Collapsing Seat in Plaintiff’s Car The auto accident lawsuit stemmed from a multiple vehicle crash that happened in 2012. The plaintiff… read more
Motorcycle Accident Case with a 3.7 Million Verdict2017-01-13 22:44:57
A California jury recently awarded a motorcyclist just over $3,700,000 in a case involving serious bodily injury. In that case, two motorcycles were sharing the outer lane traveling northbound on Interstate 5. As they were approaching the Los Angeles River, a car driver changed lanes without signaling. The car then came to a stop at a 45-degree angle in the motorcyclists’ lane. One motorcyclist managed to swerve in time but the second motorcyclist was unable… read more