Brian Chase to Be Official Personal Injury Expert for "Larry on the Law"
Larry Elder’s new radio show, “Larry on the Law” will feature Brian Chase, of BISNAR | CHASE, as the official on-air personal injury expert. “Larry on the Law” will air for the first time on January 29, discussing legal questions that many people need help navigating.
Larry Elder is a best-selling author, KABC radio talk show host, and television talk show host. He was born in South Central Los Angeles, received his BA in Political Science from Brown University, and studied at the University of Michigan School of Law. He is an attorney and has used his experience to host “Moral Count” and “The Larry Elder Show” which have served to provide advice and solutions for a variety of issues.
Elder asked top California personal injury lawyer, Brian Chase, to contribute to “Larry on the Law” by discussing personal injury and product liability legal issues. Chase will be featured on the show monthly, beginning with the first airing on January 29.
Chase has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for victims of personal injury tragedies and has litigated dozens of jury trials. He is known for his professional abilities and high ethical standards, and has been named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the American Trial Lawyers Association in 2007, a Top Lawyer in Orange County by OC Metro magazine in 2009, and a Top 50 Orange County Super Lawyer by Orange Coast Magazine for four consecutive years since 2006.
Chase gives litigation-related lectures and has appeared on television and radio shows discussing serious auto defects. His book, “Still Unsafe at Any Speed: Auto Defects That Cause Wrongful Deaths and Catastrophic Injuries,” is a comprehensive guide to dealing with the injuries and deaths that occur because of defective vehicles. He has recently appeared on FOX 11 News Los Angeles to talk about seatback failure.
790 KABC FM will air the “Larry on the Law” show Saturdays from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tune in for legal advice and to hear Brian Chase.