Marc D. Allmeroth

Marc Allmeroth is the lead partner in the firm’s civil and personal injury practice. Mr. Allmeroth brings over 25 years of experience, and is A-V rated by Martindale Hubbell–the highest rating available to practicing attorneys.

Education & Professional Experience:

  • Juris Doctorate, Southwestern University School of Law (1980)
  • BA, Occidental College (1977)
  • AA, Long Beach City College (1975)
  • Certificate, International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg, France (1985)

Memberships:

  • Joseph A. Ball and Clarence Hunt Inn of Court
  • Long Beach Bar Association
  • Long Beach Bar Foundation
  • City of Long Beach Strategic Planning Task Force
  • Long Beach Court Building Project Advisory Group
  • Long Beach City College Foundation, Board of Governors (2008)

Distinctions:

  • Joseph A. Ball and Clarence Hunt Inn of Court, President-elect (2008)
  • Long Beach Bar Association, President (2007)
  • Long Beach Bar Foundation, Vice President (2007)
  • A-V rated by Martindale Hubbell
  • Attorney of the Year, Long Beach Bar Association (2011)
  • Distinguished Alumni, Long Beach City College (2007)

Why Should I Retain Marc D. Allmeroth?

  1. To relieve you of time consuming burdens dealing with insurance companies to focus on regaining your health and getting back to work. We organize the evidence necessary to prove your case and satisfy the insurance company’s need to “document their file.” Once you retain me, the insurance company is not even allowed to speak with you.
  2. To guide you through the process and help you avoid mistakes that diminish the value of your claim. You need to know how the insurance company will evaluate your claim and avoid practices that may seem normal but actually will reduce the credibility of your claim.
  3. To empower you to make decisions about resolving your case from a position of strength. Without a lawyer willing to take your case to court, the insurance company will seldom offer fair value on the claim. We prepare each case to go to trial so that there likely will be no need to go to trial. The insurance company responds more appropriately to a carefully documented and meticulously prepared claim.

Representing those who seek justice for wrongs done to them, either by negligence or intentional action, is a satisfying profession. While some lawyer advertising and media representations of lawyers demeans the nobility of this calling, successful results are best achieved when the highest standards of ethics and professionalism are maintained. We represent people who aren’t looking to take advantage of the system, rather to employ it to find justice. I like being at the fulcrum of that conflict to frame cases in such a way to achieve the desired result. You need not sacrifice your standards by bringing a personal injury claim. I look forward to advocating for you when you need my help.

Sincerely,

Marc D. Allmeroth