Antonio is a savvy negotiator and fierce litigator who has demonstrated an uncanny ability to find solutions where none were thought to exist. He represents a premium level of service, believing that his clients deserve quick turnaround and quality results. Fluent in Spanish and raised in Los Angeles, Antonio understands the need in the community for the representation of individuals and small businesses against large corporations and insurance companies.
When Antonio made the decision to become an attorney, he showed great promise in his chosen profession by achieving an LSAT score that ranked him in the top 10% in the entire nation, and gained entry into American Mensa, the U.S. division of the international high I.Q. society. While in law school, he was awarded the CALI Excellence for the Future Award for International Business.
Antonio believes that representing people who have been injured is more than just a job or a career, it is a life choice. That is why he served as a member of the American Bar Association’s Litigation Committee, Young Lawyers Division, where he was selected to be a member of the Truth in Law School Education Task Force (ABA, YLD TILSE) – created by the ABA to further its goals of improving legal education. Additionally, he is also a committed and active member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA), the Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC), and the American Association for Justice (AAJ).
Antonio has blazed a trail to protect young women from the predatory behaviors of rideshare drivers, including the seminal case of an Uber driver raping his passenger, Keather Taylor vs. Uber Technologies. His prosecution of the case was followed by sweeping safety changes in how Uber operates.