Mr. Barrera is proud to be a trial lawyer. He knew he wanted to be a trial lawyer at a young age, after watching “And Justice For All,” a film in which Al Pacino portrayed a lawyer trying to free a wrongly imprisoned client while battling corruption.
Since 1990, Mr. Barrera has been committed to obtaining justice for hardworking individuals and businesses and to protecting the rights of his clients from wrongdoing.
Mr. Barrera has tried or settled cases resulting in recoveries exceeding $60 million for his plaintiff clients and he is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Mr. successfully handled Prata v. Superior Court, 91 Cal.App.4th 1128 (2001), a case where the Court held that a credit card company engaged in deceptive advertising.
Mr. Barrera has been appointed by the Court as class counsel on behalf of California consumers and on behalf of employees. Mr. Barrera has also obtained defense verdicts for the firm’s business clients.
Mr. Barrera is licensed to practice law in California and Texas. He is admitted to practice in federal court. Mr. Barrera is a member of the State Bar of California, the State Bar of Texas, the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and California Employment Lawyers Association.
Mr. Barrera is frequently asked to speak on panels at continuing legal education seminars. Mr. Barrera has served as a Judge Pro Tempore with the Los Angeles Superior Court and he has guest lectured at the University of West Los Angeles on litigation topics.
Mr. Barrera previously served as a volunteer prosecutor with the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office. Mr. Barrera served on the Board of Directors of Inside Out Community Arts and on the Board of The Volunteer Center, South Bay-Harbor-Long Beach.
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