Mr. Clark’s practice focuses on personal injury litigation and consumer law. Mr. Clark represents consumers in Telephone Consumer Protection Act cases in which he has a history of successfully obtaining statutory damages for his clients who are harassed through the use of autodialers and robocalls.
Mr. Clark also has extensive experience in the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and represents consumers against creditors and debt collectors who engage in illegal collection activities. Mr. Clark has previously worked at the United States Attorney Office in Sacramento during his third year of law school as a misdemeanor prosecutor.
After law school, he tried over thirty short cause trials throughout California. He subsequently represented major corporations in personal injury and insurance litigation, including Travelers Insurance Company, Marriott, Greyhound, Kroger-Ralphs, and First Transit.
Mr. Clark’s experience representing corporations only makes him a more effective plaintiff attorney because he has gained a thorough understanding of how the “other side” operates. Mr. Clark’s accomplishments include successfully petitioning the California Supreme Court for an emergency writ and defeating major corporations in summary judgment motions. He is well-versed in both Federal and State court.