Howard Kornberg has a passion for practicing law, particularly when it comes to helping those who have been injured due to the careless or negligent actions of another person, company, or entity. Attorney Kornberg says that he started this law firm to fight for equal justice and access to the courts for all people in all walks of life. His firm is dedicated to standing up against powerful insurance companies and corporations that manufacture dangerous and defective consumer products or cause environmental damage.
Attorney Howard Kornberg obtained his bachelor’s degree in psychology from UCLA and his Juris Doctorate from Southwestern University. He has been on the Executive Committee of the Board of Governors of Cedars Sinai Hospital and a Member of the Board of Directors Committee for Quality of Care Improvement at Cedars Sinai Hospital.
Attorney Kornberg has received numerous peer awards Based on excellence. He is an ABOTA Member (American Board of Trial Advocates) and has received an AV rating from Martindale Hubble. Attorney Kornberg has been a court-appointed Judge Pro Tempore and has been a Superior Court of Los Angeles volunteer Arbitrator for over 100 cases.
Attorney Howard Kornberg has never had a malpractice suit against him, never been disciplined by the State Bar, and his license has never been revoked or suspended.
At the Law Offices of Howard Craig Kornberg, our team has extensive experience helping those who have sustained serious injuries. These include the following:
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