Martin Paul Weniz

Martin Paul Weniz

Medical Malpractice Attorney
Los Angeles, CA

AVVO

RATING

10.0

No Misconduct

Languages

English , Spanish , Hebrew

Answers and Advice

165 questions answered.

Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Fees

Contingent (15%-40%), Fixed (Sometimes), Free Consultation (60 minutes), Hourly ($200-$500/hour), Pro Bono (10%), Retainer (Sometimes)

Client Reviews

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Hands down, Martin Weniz is the best!

Posted by: Carmen almost 2 years ago.

There are so many great things to say about Marty Weniz, this review cannot possibly do him justice, but here it goes: A few years ago, at the age...

Marty Weniz was the best and right choice for my family's need

Posted by: Joan almost 2 years ago.

When my family and I experienced a most unexpected and emotionally painful loss which we believed merited legal pursuit, we interviewed several...
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Endorsements

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Artin Gharibian
Artin Gharibian

Encino, CA

5 months ago

Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

Martin is one of the best medical malpractice attorneys I know. I endorse him.
Kristine S Karila
Kristine Karila

Irvine, CA

About 2 years ago

Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

I endorse this lawyer. Mr. Weniz is an excellent attorney who provides great answers on AVVO and will fight for his clients.
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Résumé

License

1980 License Status: Active for the state of California.
Last updated by Avvo: 12/19/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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1980 – present

Law Offices of Martin P. Weniz

Education

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Undergraduate in

Univ of California Berkeley

Awards

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2012 Super Lawyers

Los Angeles Magazine

Associations

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Member

State Bar of California


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Portfolio

Publications

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2007 Offshore Radiology: Legal Questions

Journal of the American College of Radiology

2005 Vicarious Liability: Potential Implications for Your Practice

California Radiological Society

Speaking Engagements

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2004 Hospital Vicarious Liability: Mejia v. Community Hospital of San Bernardino

at Catholic Healthcare West Risk Management Conference

2003 Ostensible Agency: Mejia v. Communtiy Hospital of San Bernardino

at Annual Conference of Southern California Association of Health Risk Managers