Steven Choi - The Choi Law Firm

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Steven Choi

The Choi Law Firm

115 Sansome Street

d, CA 94104

415-777-4878

Practice Areas
  • Employee Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Consumer Fraud / Protection
  • Professional Liability
  • Personal Injury
  • About
  • Background
  • Reviews
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Steven Choi received a BA in psychology from UCLA in 1980 and his JD from Hastings College of the Law in 1983. Mr. Choi became licensed to practice law in 1983. Before opening his law firm, Mr. Choi clerked for the San Mateo County Superior Court and the Alameda County Superior Court. In 1984, Mr. Choi established his own law firm specializing in personal injury law.



Background Mr. Choi is a trial attorney with significant jury trial experience. His record of winning large cases is one of the best in the Bay Area. A record
$5 million dollar settlement against AC Transit is one of many. You can view a list of Mr. Choi’s larger cases and his past clients on his website. Mr. Choi is a member of several professional organizations including the Alameda County Bar Association, the Bar Association of San Francisco, the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association and the California Association of Consumer Attorneys. Mr. Choi has provided legal commentary on the local news, has lectured to the public on various legal topics and has lectured to other attorneys at seminars sponsored by the California Association of Consumer Attorneys, which is California’s most prestigious association of personal injury attorneys.

The Choi Law Firm
 has represented over
8,000 Bay Area clients and has been featured in numerous newspaper articles.

Visit our website to view over 35 client testimonials




Press: Our cases have been featured in many press articles.  Visit our
Press Page.

For More Information:
http://www.stevenchoi.com

Professional
 
Undergraduate: UCLA
Law School: University of California, Hastings College
Admitted to Bar: 1983
Practice Areas: Personal > Professional Liability
Personal > Personal Injury
Personal > Employee Law
Personal > Civil Litigation
Personal > Medical Malpractice
Personal > Consumer Fraud / Protection
Organizations: CAOC, SFTLA, Alameda County Bar Association
   
Personal
 
Gender: Male
Status: Married
Children: 2 Children
Age: 54
City of Residence: San Francisco
Home Town: Honolulu
Home State: HI
   
Interests
 
My Interests Internet, Travel, Poker
My Politics: Moderate
My Choice For President:
Favorite Justice: Anthony Kennedy
Favorite Books: Stumbling on Happiness, The Road, Wuthering Heights, The Great Gatsby
Favorite Movies: Goodfellas, Casino, Unforgiven, Spartacus
Favorite Music: Beatles, Mozart, Jazz
Favorite Restaurants: Boulevard, Town Hall, Ducca, Union Square Cafe
Favorite Travel: Las Vegas, Buenos Aires, Paris, Galapagos Islands
Favorite Quote: It is not truth that makes man great, but man that makes truth great.
About Me: I was born in Hawaii and came to California to attend UC Berkeley. I graduated from UCLA and attended Hastings Law School. My law firm specializes in personal injury law.
   

I've known Steven Choi for over 20 years. He is a tenacious litigator. I would recommend his firm to anyone looking for a personal injury law firm.


I've worked with Steve Choi for over 10 years on many difficult cases. Steve is an excellent attorney, works extremely hard for all of his clients and as a result has obtained exceptional results.


Steve is a trial attorney with significant jury trial experience who has won a number of large personal injury cases. I have been impressed by him.


California Court of Appeal rules that a tortfeasor must pay the full amount of the plaintiff's medical bills even if the medical provider accepted a lesser amount from plaintiff's insurance company as payment in full. This ruling was based on the collateral source rule. Rebecca Howell v. Hamilton Meats & Provisions, Court of Appeal, 4th Dist. Div 1 (B053620).
Posted by Steven Choi on 11.24.09 in Personal Injury.

Wood v. Allen, Commissioner, Alabama Department of Corrections. US Supreme Court Case No. 08-9156. In an opinion by Justice Sonia Sotomayor, the Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence for an Alabama inmate who claimed his counsel was ineffective for failing to introduce evidence of his low IQ.
Posted by Steven Choi on 1.20.10 in Criminal Law.

Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, announced today that it has acquired Super Lawyers, the leading attorney ratings system for consumers, from Key Professional Media, based in Minneapolis, Minn. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Posted by Steven Choi on 2.2.10 in Press Release.

Covington & Burling has asked a federal judge on Tuesday to grant summary judgment in the closely watched race discrimination suit against the firm. The case is Yolanda Young v. Covington & Burling.
Posted by Steven Choi on 2.4.10 in Employment.

Charlene Thornton, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Honolulu Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is cautioning Honolulu’s legal community to be on alert for fraud schemes focused upon local attorneys. Over the past six weeks, the FBI has received reports of six different Honolulu law firms targeted in schemes with aggregate reported losses exceeding $500,000.
Posted by Steven Choi on 2.23.10 in Press Release.

An interesting article on how Lucie Barron founded and grew ADR Services into one of the most prominent Alternative Dispute Resolution firms in the country.
Posted by Steven Choi on 5.6.10 in Articles.

Profile of William Berg in Plaintiff's Magazine, August 2010 issue.
Posted by Steven Choi on 8.3.10 in Personal Injury.

Ortiz v. Jordan. Supreme Court Hearing Transcript featuring 33 year old attorney David Mills arguing for Ortiz. US Supreme Court Case No. 09-737.
Posted by Steven Choi on 11.1.10 in Cases & Codes - Federal Cases.

Barack Obama's Birth Certificate
Posted by Steven Choi on 4.27.11 in Miscellaneous - Newsworthy.

Fighting Poverty and Inequality 2 Day Seminar held on March 24-25, 2012 in San Francisco, CA. For ticketing information, please visit AttyEvents.com
Posted by Steven Choi on 2.1.12 in Press Release.