Nathaniel Clark

Attorneys at the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth

NATHANIEL CLARK

Litigation Attorney

Mr. Clark believes that lawyers who represent everyday people must be ready and willing to fight corporations to obtain justice. To that end, he has dedicated himself to battling corporations and will do everything possible to vindicate his clients. Mr. Clark has tried over 40 cases in State and Federal court.

In addition to representing clients in personal injury matters, Mr. Clark represents consumers in Telephone Consumer Protection Act cases.  He has a history of successfully obtaining statutory damages for clients who are harassed through the use of autodialers and robocalls.

Mr. Clark also has extensive experience with the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and represents consumers against creditors and debt collectors who engage in illegal collection activities.

When he was a third year law student, Mr. Clark tried cases for the United States Attorney’s Office as a misdemeanor prosecutor.  After law school, 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 the government and corporations has made him a more effective plaintiff attorney, giving him a thorough understanding of how the “other side” operates. Mr. Clark offers free consultations on consumer law issues.

Education

Undergraduate

Bachelor of Arts – Political Theory
University of California, San Diego

Law School

University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law
McGeorge Law Review Board of Editors
Moot Court Team Member

Case Highlights

  • Obtained an emergency Stay of Incarceration from the California Supreme Court
  • Conducted over 40 trials in state and federal courts
  • Prevailed in motions for summary judgment against several Fortune 500 corporations
  • Negotiated complete relief of student loans for consumers

Dedicated attorneys focused on your health and financial recovery.