John Bisnar - California Personal Injury Lawyer (Retired)
Do Right by the Clients
John Bisnar is the founder of one of the top California personal injury law firms, Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys whose roots can be traced back to Bisnar & Associates, which he founded in 1978.
Mr. Bisnar founded his personal injury law firm on the premise that you, "Do right by the clients and the profits will follow," after having a horrible experience as a personal injury client following his own serious car accident while in law school.
The experience taught him how it felt to be in need of compassionate guidance and spirited representation and getting neither from his own personal injury lawyer.
Superior Client Representation
Due to his horrible client experience Mr. Bisnar vowed that his clients would have the experience he wished he had when he was a client. This vow resulted in the first phrase of the Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys mission statement, "To provide superior client representation in a compassionate and professional manner, while experiencing high job satisfaction and making our world a safer place."
Following the Bisnar Premise and the Bisnar Chase Personal Injury Attorneys mission statement, more than ten thousand personal injury clients have recovered hundreds of millions of dollars while being represented by Mr. Bisnar and his law firm. He takes personal responsibility for every client and every client's case.
Recipient - Top Attorney Orange County Award
John Bisnar has also been awarded the Top Attorneys in Orange County Award, as published in Orange Coast Magazine. John and Brian have both won the prestigious Top Attorneys in Orange County award for six consecutive years.
Southern California Native, Military Veteran & Honor Graduate
Mr. Bisnar is a native of Southern California. He served active duty in the U.S. Army in the Pacific and South East Asia from 1968 to 1970. In 1974 he graduated with honors from California State University, Long Beach, with a B.S. Degree in Finance/Investments. John was on the Dean's List every semester. In 1978 John received his J.D. degree from Pepperdine University School of Law and was admitted to the California State Bar two months later, not long after he graduated from Pepperdine University College of Trial Advocacy.
Perfect "10" Attorney Rating
Avvo.com, the best known online attorney rating service, rated Mr. Bisnar a "perfect 10" and "Superb" based on his background, years of experience as a personal injury lawyer, successful track record, impeccable reputation with clients and peers, and professional accomplishments. In addition to being named a Super Lawyer, he was also named an Outstanding Achievement Award by WeTip, a leading anonymous crime reporting service and law enforcement advocacy.
Teaches Client Care to Lawyers
He is a frequent lecturer at lawyer continuing education programs, teaching lawyers law office management and client care techniques. The State Bar of California asked Mr. Bisnar to write portions of its book for lawyers, "The California Guide to Opening and Managing a Law Office." He is the author of, "The Seven Fatal Mistakes That Can Wreck Your California Personal Injury Claim," a book to assist non-attorneys in handling their own personal injury claims.
Mr. Bisnar is a former member of the Board of Directors and Board of Trustees of various businesses, nonprofit and religious organizations. He has been an active member of two men's support groups since 1996: one is devoted to personal growth and the other to growth of your business.
Besides winning challenging cases for the seriously injured, Mr. Bisnar is a devoted husband and a father to three adult children and one grandchild, so far. John and wife Kimberly are avid world travelers and will soon have traveled to all seven continents.
Yoga, meditation, scuba diving, snow skiing, organic gardening, the Los Angeles Lakers and most of all Kimberly, are his passions.
John Bisnar wrote the book(s) on personal injury law. John has spent over three decades representing plaintiffs injured by the fault of others.