Thomas Steven Feher is one The Simon Law Group’s first trial attorneys joining the firm in 2011. He has been the lead trial attorney for dozens of cases with The Simon Law Group obtaining millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements. He has also assisted with nearly a hundred trials, taking key depositions of defendants and experts and preparing witnesses.
His practice focuses on all aspects of personal injury and wrongful death, helping those who’ve been injured in car, truck, pedestrian, motorcycle, bus, bicycle, slip and fall, and sexual assault incidents. Tom has a tremendous passion for helping his clients and advocating on their behalf.
Tom is graduate of the renowned Gerry Spence’s Trial Lawyers College and regularly volunteers his time to other trial lawyers by helping them with story development, jury selection, witness preparation, opening statements, and closing arguments.
He is actively involved in the community as a board member of the Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Charity, where he spends time reading to children in after school day care programs, feeding the homeless by making them breakfast and lunch, working with battered women and helping persons with disabilities by ensuring they have the resources necessary to have the quality of life they deserve.
Prior to law school, Tom attended the University of California, Santa Cruz where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Political Science, and Philosophy. He studied at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom where he focused on international politics, world history, and counter intelligence.
During his college years, he also worked for United States Congressman Sam Farr in Washington D.C. helping people with their concerns and assisting lawmakers. Having attended Pepperdine School of Law, Tom earned his Juris Doctorate degree and Certificate in Dispute Resolution in 2010.
He was a member of both Pepperdine’s Trial Advocacy and Negotiation Teams where he was a nationally recognized negotiator. Upon graduation, he returned to Pepperdine to help coach their negotiation team to the regional finals.
Tom is admitted to practice in California state courts as well as federal district courts in Central District of California.
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