Randy Walton is a Southern California native, and takes cases in all Southern California counties. His law practice is based in San Diego County, with his main office in North County, where he represents clients in a variety of personal injury and wrongful death cases, including motor vehicle accidents (car and motorcycle), work injuries, property injuries, and injuries to the brain.
No matter the size of the case, or the magnitude of the harm, Mr. Walton believes strongly that those harmed by the negligence or carelessness of others deserve justice for their injuries.
As a result, he has collected millions of dollars for personal injury victims and wrongful death heirs.
A portion of Mr. Walton’s practice is also dedicated to the prosecution of nursing facilities, including nursing homes (skilled nursing facilities), residential care facilities, and assisted living facilities, including home health care, in cases involving the physical abuse and neglect of the elderly and dependent adults.
The neglect and abuse of our elders (and dependent adults) is a growing concern in the United States, and Mr. Walton is dedicated to helping those who have been victimized by neglect or abuse.
Mr. Walton also dedicates a significant amount of time to his community, which he believes is important. He is currently a member of the Governing Board of the San Marcos Unified School District, a school district that serves over 20,000 students.
He also is the founder of the San Marcos Promise, an organization dedicated to providing pathways and tuition assistance to college-bound students. He is a 2010 graduate of Leadership North County, a program provided by California State University San Marcos, and has been active in local youth sports for many years.
He currently coaches the San Marcos High surf team. In his free time, Mr. Walton enjoys surfing, hiking, and spending time with his family.
In law school, Mr. Walton was the recipient several awards, including the Westbrook Award for scholarship and oral advocacy. He was a member of the school’s national trial team, and received academic awards for legal writing.
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