Matthew began working in the field of Estate Planning immediately out of law school because he knew that this field was going to allow him help people in a way that would positively impact the remainder of their lives. As his practice in Estate Planning grew, so did his love for the area of law and his expertise in the field. He has now assisted countless individuals and families of all financial backgrounds protect their hard-earned assets through estate planning techniques.
After a few years of practice, Matthew discovered his passion for the field of Personal Injury. Matthew realized that practicing Personal Injury combined his passion for helping individuals and for client advocacy. When individuals and corporations will not do what it right, Matthew steps in to protect the rights of individuals who stand to lose everything. He is a zealous advocate for his clients in court and has completed numerous successful jury trials.
Matthew is a graduate from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Whittier Law School.
Matt is a member in good standing with the State Bar of Nevada and the California State Bar Association. Matt is admitted to practice before all District Courts in the State of Nevada, the U.S. Federal District Court for the District of Nevada, the District Courts in the State of California, the U.S. Federal District Court for the District of California, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Matt represents clients that have been injured by negligent and reckless corporations and individuals. Matt combines irrefutable arguments, charisma and client dedication to win his cases and get the best result for his injury clients. As a persuasive and successful trial lawyer, Matt earns the respect of clients and jurors alike.
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Matt is married and has three kids. His family is everything to him and the motivation for what he does. He volunteers with his kids’ youth groups and is very active in their lives. To keep up with family life and work, Matt wakes up at 4:15 every morning to get a fast start to his day. He is not afraid of anything including strange and exotic foods. The strangest thing that Matt has tried is an Italian delicacy called “Formaggio Marcia” (which is literally translated into “Rotten Cheese”). This very special cheese is made when a wheel of cheese is left out so that larvae can get into it and eat all of the insides. The larvae then leave behind a smooth and pungent spreadable “cheese” that can then be spread onto bread. Yes, it’s a real thing. Matt tried it once but has not tried it again since.