The legal profession is littered with stories of the attorneys who have lost their jobs or faced legal action because of brain injury.
This is not one of them.
These lawyers are a class that is not just a group of people with a common interest in defending the rights of the injured but a class of people that can represent the interests of the whole profession.
This week, the Center for Justice filed a complaint in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, alleging that one of the lawyers in the class is a brain injury attorney who failed to adequately protect her clients.
The lawsuit alleges that a brain injuries attorney who was working for the law firm of Paul and Mary Ziffer and Associates, LLC failed to properly supervise the work of the brain injury lawyers.
The lawsuit alleges:The lawsuit is a civil action that seeks damages for negligence on the part of the attorney.
It alleges that the brain injuries lawyer, Deborah L. Loomis, failed to supervise her brain injury practice to the extent required by federal law.
Lompis is a licensed brain injury physician and is the principal in a private practice, Loomi & Associates, located in the Los Angeles suburb of Thousand Oaks.
In the complaint, the center argues that Loomas failed to oversee brain injury legal representation of a client who had suffered a severe brain injury, who was not yet able to make a living and who needed assistance to continue with his education.
Lopes practice is also subject to the California Civil Code.
It also seeks monetary damages for Lopes failure to properly represent a client in a civil suit.
The law firm that represents Lopes was hired by the firm in 2014, and the lawyer has represented a number of clients, including a number who are now deceased, in various civil suits.
This particular lawsuit is about the same client, though Lopes practices in a different jurisdiction.
Loomis also represented a client of Lopes in a lawsuit, which was settled in 2015, in which Lopes agreed to reimburse the client for medical expenses incurred by her and her client.
In addition to Lopes, the lawsuit claims that Lopes is also a member of the California Bar Association, and a member in good standing of the International Society of Medical Psychologists, the American Academy of Neurology, the California Board of Lawyer Ethics, and American Bar Association.
Lopes also represents another client in another civil suit, this time a woman who suffered a brain bleed from a fall from a balcony.
She is not a member.
According to the lawsuit, Lopes has worked for Loomaas practice for almost a decade and she has been paid nearly $3 million.
The center claims that she was terminated in March of this year.
Lompis’ lawyers have not yet responded to the Center’s complaint.