“I am proud to be a lawyer and in a position to help shape the future of people’s lives. I consider myself to be a no-nonsense, practical person. My client’s interests and protection are first and foremost. I try to protect my clients from themselves, others, and unnecessary attorney bills.
An ounce of preventive legal action can prevent litigation. An ounce of common sense and practicality can minimize the cost of litigation.
As an attorney representing clients in criminal cases, divorces, personal injury cases, wrongful death cases, and all litigation cases, if I protect my clients well and at the same time save them emotional distress and money, my interests will be served as well. I am a hard working attorney. I believe that good luck is a residue of hard work and artful preparation of any case. I believe the judicial system works. Truth and justice usually prevail at the end. The above does not mean that you must pay an arm and leg for legal services. I encourage meetings, mediation, arbitration and other avenues to shortcut the process and resolve the disputes, if at all possible. However, if unsuccessful, I am a formidable opponent at trial.
I do not handle cases I am not equipped to handle. If I can’t help you, I’ll help you locate the right attorney for you by referring you to various lawyer referral services such as the Los Angeles County Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service, the Glendale Lawyer Referral Service, or referring you to lawyers that I know will do a good job for you.
I have represented clients all the way from San Diego to Alaska, as well as other states in the United States. I have represented clients in the courts of Glendale, Burbank, Hollywood, Pasadena, Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Chatsworth, Ventura, Alhambra, West Covina, Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino, Riverside, Norwalk, Downey, Santa Ana, Compton, Torrance, San Diego, Bakersfield, San Mateo, San Francisco, Sacramento, Anchorage, and others. I represent clients in the entire Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties in the State of California.”
-Oscar E. Toscano, Attorney at Law