November 1, 2015 - D'Egidio Licari & Townsend purchases Shah Law PC to expand it's Los Angeles influence.
May 17, 2013 - D'Egidio Licari & Towsend LLP will soon welcome Matthew Lloyd as its newest associate. Matthew interned for Delt Law in 2012 and graduated from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in December, 2012. Having continued to work with Deltlaw as a post-bar clerk after taking the bar, Matthew successfully passed the California bar examination on his first try in May 2013.
Eric Townsend successfully resolved a California Homeowner Bill of Rights case with Bank of America by stopping a foreclosure for a homeowner on 5/6/2013.
Arthur D'Egidio settled an under-insured motorist case for a client for $25,000.00 on 5/1/2013.
D'Egidio Licari & Towsend LLP continues to grow by adding its third member to the team of 2013. David C. McCuaig brings years of legal experience with Clinton and Clinton to the firm.
Arthur D'Egidio began the new year by resolving a personal injury suit for $16,500.00.
D'Egidio Licari & Towsend LLP adds Bethany Parthun to the staff. Ms. Parthum is a paralegal and the office manager at the firm. She graduated from the University of San Diego.
D'Egidio Licari & Towsend LLP had to say good-bye to attorney Jeff Hufford who took a job as a prosecutor with the Los Angeles District Attorney's Office. Jeff will be missed.
D'Egidio Licari & Towsend LLP would like to welcome its new client to the firm, American Voodoo. American Voodoo is a new restaurant opening in Unversity Heights around September 2012. American Voodoo is owned by Joshua Hamlin and Executive Chef Scott Smith.
On July 16, 2012, Attorney Arthur D'Egidio settled a personal injury case for a client in the amount of $15,000.00 which was the Defendant's maximum policy limit.
On June 20, 2012 Attorney Michael Licari settled a civil suit for a domestic violence victim for $55,000.00. The client suffered severe emotional distress and other damages that resulted from nearly a year of physical and emotional abuse.
* Note - None of these results should be construed as a guarantee as to any future result.