Hewitt & Truszkowski - 818.509.0311

The attorneys of Hewitt & Truszkowski have spent decades cultivating distinctive expertise and successful litigation techniques in a wide variety of specialty fields. Discerning professionals and companies can expect to receive dynamic representation as well as thoughtful, individualized attention to their legal and business needs.

Hewitt & Truszkowski believes that both individuals and companies in all fields of specialty share a need for prudent, sophisticated and expeditious legal representation. We regularly interact with diverse professionals, business people, organizations, and insurance carriers and we respect their need for careful attention to detail and reliable legal service.

Our law firm specializes in litigation with an emphasis on professional malpractice, recreation and entertainment law, motorsports and scuba diving, casualty and products liability, employment construction defect, business services and litigation, and insurance law. In the area of professional malpractice, we have singular expertise in cases involving medical, hospital, dental, real estate, architectural, engineering, attorney, accounting, agent-broker and director-officer liability. In the area of recreation we have represented a wide variety of colorful clients ranging from manufacturers and local recreational enterprises to some of the largest sporting and entertainment organizations in the nation. The firm also has special expertise in the drafting and application of waivers and releases across the fifty states (see Practice Areas for more detail).

We are committed to ensuring that the unique legal issues, principles and strategies in each case are fully understood and embraced by the client, the carrier and, most importantly, by the judge and jury. Our philosophy of legal representation is not only to secure a successful outcome but to do so efficiently and with minimal disruption of the client's personal and professional endeavors.

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