We are a small firm, dedicated to protecting the rights of injured workers.
We have two full time attorneys, Natt D Alschuler and Herbert E Alschuler - Both licensed in the state of California to practice law since 1983.When deemed appropriate, additional experts or attorneys, are associated to provide the best care for our clients:
Free consultations for most cases
Contingency arrangements available for most cases.
With Passion for Law and a History of Coffee and Photocopying.
Natt D Alschuler
Graduated with honors magna cum laude from UCLA undergraduate school June 16, 1978, with special honors and also magna cum laude from the philosophy department.
Graduated with honors cum laude May 29, 1983 from Loyola Marymount University Law School, at Los Angeles, California after internship with California State Court of Appeals.
Admitted to practice law in California and Federal Courts December 12, 1983. Practice areas since 1983 have included California Workers' Compensation Law, Family Law, Probate Litigation, Bankruptcy and Civil Personal Injury.
Arbitration: Currently panel member Workers Compensation Appeals Board list of Arbitrators, and previously Los Angeles County Bar Attorney/Client Fee disputes.
Pro Tem: Has served as Judge Pro Tem for the Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Los Angeles, Santa Monica district offices.
Past President Los Angeles County Bar Association Workers Compensation Section.
Has previously sat as member of Board of Trustees of charitable organizations, including University Synagogue and Temple Adat Elohim. In 2000 received honors In Stratmore's Who's Who.
Fourth Degree Black Belt Master and Instructor in Tang Soo Do.
Currently member of California Applicants Attorney Association (CAAA) as past member of their Board of Directors 2012, 2013. Member Los Angeles and Beverly Hills Bar Associations.
Special Needs Advocate, as well as sponsor and instructor of Martial Arts and Social Classes for those teens and young adults with Autism and Asperger's, please visit MartialArtsRocks.com
Herbert E. Alschuler
Graduated from Southwestern University School of Law In 1983, and received awards in Workers' Compensation, Criminal Procedure and Advanced Family Law.
In 1997 received honors In Stratmore's Who's Who.
Past chair of the Los Angeles County Bar Association Workers Compensation Section.
Acted as Arbitrator and served as Judge Pro Term for the Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Van Nuys and former Norwalk district offices of the Workers Compensation Appeals Board.
Currently an active member of California Applicant's Attorney Association
Walter W. Alschuler (Deceased)
Graduated from the University of California at Los Angels undergraduate school in 1941.
Served United States Army 1942-1945 classified division.
Was an Accountant and Roughnecker for a small oil firm from 1931 to 1942 and 1945 to 1960.
Graduated Southwestern Law School in 1959.
He practiced with his brother Norman Warren Alschuler from 1960 to 1962 and then became a sole practitioner, as a general practitioner from 1962 to 1994. Including various forms of his firm including. Alschuler, Alschuler, Alschuler & Alschuler Incorporated. He had remained of counsel and active since 1994 with the firm of Alschuler & Alschuler Incorporated until his death.
Conducted numerous hearings as an Arbitrator for the Los Angeles Superior Court.
Through the years he has also held licenses as a Public Accountant (the predecessor to a CPA), and a Real Estate Broker.