Andrew Schwartz - Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook



Andrew Schwartz
Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook
2121 N. California Blvd. Suite 1020
Walnut Creek, CA 94596

925-947-1147

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Andrew Schwartz
Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook

Attorney Profile
Law School

University of San Francisco
1971 - 1975

Website

http://www.cmslaw.com

925-947-1147


At Casper, Meadows, Schwartz & Cook (CMS&C), we are plaintiffs’ lawyers. This means that we represent individuals or their families in serious injury and death claims throughout the Bay Area and beyond. We also have a record of accomplishment in cases involving employment discrimination, medical malpractice, civil rights and child sexual abuse.

Our practice

Whether your case involves toxic exposure or child molestation, you can be assured that we will use our experience and our resources to seek full compensation and justice for you. Our practice areas include:

  • Serious injury and wrongful death: pedestrian accidents, dog bites, brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, paralysis, quadriplegia, amputations, explosions, toxic exposure, electrocutions, dangerous property conditions, and slip and falls
  • Motor vehicle accidents: car accidents, bike accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, recreation accidents, boating accidents, bus accidents, drunk driving accidents, and dangerous roads and highways
  • Product liability: vehicle design defects, defective drugs and medical equipment, defective toys and baby products, defective equipment or tools, and defective home appliances
  • Industrial accidents: construction accidents and defective machinery
  • Child sexual abuse: clergy abuse, teacher abuse and child molestation
  • Elder abuse: financial elder abuse and nursing home abuse and wrongful death
  • Employment discrimination: sexual harassment, racial or gender discrimination, or age and handicap discrimination
  • Civil rights: police misconduct and jail and in-custody deaths
  • Medical malpractice: failure to diagnose, surgical errors and medication errors