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Mediator Information
Name Brian G. Workman
Law Firm Law Offices of Brian G. Workman
Location Corona, Riverside
Practice Areas
Tort law and civil litigation relating to personal injury claims arising from automobile accidents (vehicles, motorcycles, pedestrians, trucks), premises liability incidents, slip and fall incidents, dog bite incidents, wrongful death claims, medical malpractice claims, governmental claims; family law matters relating to dissolution and separation of marriages, child custody and support issues, spousal support issues; criminal law relating to DUI offences, drug possession, theft, expungement of criminal records.
Date of Admission to the California State Bar
1982
First Year Mediation Experience
2015
Education
  • Juris Doctorate, American College of Law, Brea, Calif. (June 1978)
  • Bachelor of Science in Law, American College of Law, Brea, Calif. (December 1975)
  • Bachelor’s Degree, California State University at Long Beach, Calif. (1971)

ADR-Specific Education:

  • “Mediation Advocacy and Effective Techniques,” JAMS, Ontario, Calif. (October 20, 2011)
  • “Mediating the Litigated Case,” 42-hour training program, Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, Calif. (August 8 – 13, 2011)
Bar Memberships
  • State Bar of California (December 1982)
  • The United States District Court, Central District of California
  • The United States Supreme Court
Professional Association Memberships
  • Member, Federal Bar Association
  • Member, State Bar of California
  • Member, Riverside County Bar Association
  • Arbitration/Mediation Panel, RCBA Dispute Resolution Service, Inc.
Additional Information

Brian G. Workman graduated from the American College of Law, located in Brea, Calif., where he received his Juris Doctorate degree and was admitted to the California State Bar in 1982. He immediately started his private practice in Orange County. In 2002, he opened a new location in Riverside, Calif. and subsequently moved his office to Corona, Calif., where his practice is still located today.

For over 33 years, Mr. Workman, a “People’s Attorney,” has dedicated his law practice to helping others. Helping people avail themselves to equal justice and rights under the law is what fuels him to obtain the best results possible for those who could not otherwise obtain them. He represents people from all walks of life – from the CPA who was arrested for drunk driving to the 8-year-old girl who was attacked by the neighbor’s dog.

Mr. Workman has handled thousands of automobile accident claims, as well as wrongful death claims, premises liability claims, dog bite claims, product liability claims, slip and fall/trip and fall claims, and general negligence claims. Along the way he has bumped heads with large defense firms and insurance adjusters for the sake of obtaining the best results for his clients.

Mr. Workman has extensive knowledge of the components of personal injury claims, including medical and liability aspects. Over the course of his legal career, he has taken hundreds of depositions of medical doctors, percipient and expert, and many other types of experts. Mr. Workman has extensive knowledge and experience in litigation and has successfully conducted numerous jury trials in the courts of California.

He also has knowledge and experience in defending clients in criminal matters, such as DUIs, juvenile offenses, theft, drug trafficking, assault and battery, and domestic violence. He prides himself in combining ethics and professionalism with aggressive and zealous representation.

Martindale-Hubbell has awarded Mr. Workman an AV rating, which is its highest peer review ranking. He is admitted to practice before all courts in the State of California, the United States District Court for the Central District of California, and The United States Supreme Court. He is a member of the Federal Bar Association.

Mr. Workman recently joined the Arbitration/Mediation Panel for RCBA Dispute Resolution Service, Inc. and has participated in continuing legal education for alternative dispute resolution, including completion of the prestigious Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution’s 42-hour training program, “Mediating the Litigated Case,” at the Pepperdine University School of Law.