Tom Loversky has been practicing exclusively criminal defense since 1989. He started his career as a Los Angeles Public Defender and spent three years learning a great deal and sharpening his courtroom skills. During those first couple of years, Tom did hundreds of felony preliminary hearings and completed over 50 jury trials. He spent a year at the Metropolitan Court handling literally hundreds of DUI cases.
In 1992, Tom left to start his own practice.It wasn't long before the Judges in Torrance called with a little problem. Due to budget issues, the Public Defender wasn't handling many of the misdemeanors in Torrance. The Judges knew that Tom had a new practice and they asked him to set up in the Courthouse and handle the misdemeanors. It wasn't easy, but Tom and his staff moved into the jury room and spent a couple weeks helping out the court.
Soon after, Tom becamee a Judge Pro Tem and regurlary handled Traffic and Small Claims matters.
Tom Loversky distinguishes himself by his passion for client's well being. He understands that clients have many choices when it comes to legal services -- and he expects to earn your business and referrals each and every day.
|Attorney||Thomas Loversky, Attorney at Law||1992 - Present|
|Deputy Public Defender||Federal Public Defender's Office Los Angeles||1989 - 1992|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Los Angeles County Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|South Bay Bar Association||N/A||N/A|
|Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University||LL.B - Bachelor of Laws||1988|
|St Norbert College||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1983|
|People v Marshall||Attorney got client into the Sentenced Offender Drug Court and client is doing amazing in his recovery!|
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