Find out more about how we can help you by calling 714-668-1400. We offer flexible appointment hours and contingency fee representation for plaintiffs, which means you will owe nothing unless we obtain compensation for you. With offices in Santa Ana and Pasadena, California, we serve clients throughout the San Gabriel Valley, Los Angeles and Orange County.
Our experienced team of attorneys led by partners, T. Patrick Long and John A. Delis, have experience representing plaintiffs as well as experience representing the defense side.
This balanced perspective is incredibly valuable: We know how to look at a case from all sides. We understand the strategies that the opposing party will often pursue. And we can accurately assess the value of a case, using this insight to let you know when to push for a better deal, when to pursue trial and when to accept a best-case-scenario settlement offer.
Our firm embraces a client-first philosophy. You will work personally with our lawyers, and we will take the time to get to know you and understand your objectives. You can rely on us to promptly answer your questions and return your calls.
We are truly passionate about navigating the nuances of personal injury law to help our clients obtain the best financial outcome possible.
Our legal team provides step-by-step guidance through all stages of the case, from investigating the initial claim through settlement negotiations and trial.
Long & Delis is a full-service, civil litigation law firm with trial experience in a wide range of cases. With offices in Los Angeles, Orange, and San Diego Counties the firm represents clients throughout Southern California. Its attorneys and support staff are made up of a diverse group of professionals to represent and serve our clients.
The lawyers at Long & Delis earn client confidence through hard work, close client contact and results. Success is sought in each case through a realistic examination of the facts and applicable law. Litigation is treated as a tool to obtain client goals, defined at the outset of each case.