|Washington - WA||8 years|
|California - CA||34 years|
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
34 years, 2,000 cases
34 years, 1,000 cases
34 years, 500 cases
34 years, 25 cases
Brian Nelson comes from a family of lawyer/athletes. His father, Richard Nelson, was the senior partner at the largest firm in Bellevue, Washington for many years. He received the prestigious 50th year award by the State Bar. His brother Eric Nelson, a former University of Washington basketball player, heads his own firm in Seattle, Washington and teams up with Brian as co-counsel on many cases. He was named the Washington Lawyer/Athlete of the Year. His brother Peter Nelson practices law in San Marino, California and is a Certified Wine Specialist. He ran the Paris Marathon and is an avid tennis and basketball player. 6 foot 5 inch Brian was on the Pepperdine Team that won the Schick Superhoops Competition. His Lawyer League Teams consistently won the Landau Lawyers Basketball League. He is also a serious mountain biker and snowboard/skier. His work ethic and competitive spirit will get you the top recovery in your case.
Mr. Brian Nelson is a member of the Million dollar Advocates Forum. The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is recognized as one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States. Membership is subject to strict review and is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts, awards and settlements as principal counsel. Forum membership acknowledges excellence in advocacy, and provides members with a national network of experienced colleagues for professional referral and information exchange in major cases.
Brian Nelson is a member of ABOTA (American Board of Trial Attorneys), an association of Top Tier Trial Attorneys whose mission is the preservation of the civil jury trial. "Justice by the People," is the primary purpose of ABOTA. They seek attorneys who display skill, civility and integrity, and help younger attorneys achieve a higher level of trial advocacy. They educate the public about the vital importance of the Seventh Amendment. Thomas Jefferson was of the opinion that the right to trial by a jury of fellow citizens was a more important safeguard of personal liberty than the right to vote. With a jury, the rights and duties of each of us are decided by our fellow citizens, not by some bureaucrat or governmental functionary. ABOTA agrees with Jefferson and is a leader in the fight to preserve and protect your right to a jury trial. ABOTA is dedicated to “Justice by the People.”
Brian has also been awarded the title of Super Lawyer for the past seven years in a row. Each year, no more than 5% of all lawyers in the State of California are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive this honor.