POST OFFICE BOX 120
                                                                                          12896 RICE'S CROSSING ROAD
                                                                                       OREGON HOUSE, CA  95962-0120

Abraham Goldman successfully litigated the legal action for the wrongful death of Joseph Sullivan which resulted in a recent $475,000 settlement by the State of California.

ABRAHAM N. GOLDMAN, ESQ.                                                                                                                                                                            

 TEL. 530-692-2267

FAX 530-692-2543


                                                                   Firm Resumé
            Since 1977,  Abraham N. Goldman, Esq., has represented a wide range of clients.  Although most cases involve one person or business;  in others he has represented as many as 4,500,000 clients in major class actions.  In all matters he seeks a just, speedy and cost effective resolution of every client’s specific needs.
            P Member, The Million Dollar Advocates Forum
            P Trial or settlement of five major cases in excess of $10,000,000.00
            P GM “Chevymobile” Consumer Fraud Class Action - class benefits and payments over $25,000,000.00.
P GM THM 200 Transmission Consumer Fraud Litigation - class benefits and payment over $65,000,000.00
P  Art Auction Litigation - $35,000,000.00 in judgments against International Art Fraud clan that scammed museum of unique art collection.
            P Dalkon Shield Litigation - over 500 clients, in excess of $15,000,000.00 combined settlement proceeds.
            P Aluminum Siding Antitrust Litigation - settled during trial for $12,000,000.00, plus $1,500,000.00 pretrial settlement.
            P Trial or Settlement of 8 actions and coordinated proceedings in excess of $1,000,000.00, including:
                        P nursing home/elder abuse
                        P securities fraud
                        P civil rights
                        P libel/defamation
            P Successfully defended innocent defendants in several seven-figure lawsuits, with 100% success and all fees and costs recovered against client’s recalcitrant insurers, or against plaintiff. 
            P Tried or settled numerous cases $100,000.00-$1,000,000.00:
P medical malpractice
                        P personal injury
                        P business/commercial
                        P products liability
                        P sexual harassment
                        P discrimination
                        P free speech
                        P whistle blowing
                        P overtime
            P Abraham N. Goldman, Esq., has been successful in negotiation/litigation of automobile personal injury cases in both Northern California and Illinois, involving adverse driver liability, bad faith coverage, serious back injuries, hit and run accidents, public transit, pedestrian motor vehicle accidents, as well as six-figure catastrophic automobile product liability against such entities as Mazda North America, Inc. and Toyota Motor Corp./Manufacturing, Inc.  Abraham N. Goldman, Esq., currently has additional major automobile product liability litigation pending with General Motors Corporation.
Vital Statistics
            Abraham N. Goldman, Esq., is licensed to practice in California and Illinois, and is a graduate of Loyola University School of Law (Chicago)(January, 1977).  While at Loyola, Mr. Goldman was a member of the Law Review.  He was licensed to practice law in 1977.  He is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Supreme Courts of California and Illinois, and several United States Courts of Appeal and United States District Courts.
              Mr. Goldman has been a guest speaker at Ohio State University on antitrust issues, and before the Chicago Bar Association on fee petitions under federal statutes.  Mr. Goldman has also been invited to be a speaker at a leading edge seminar on air-bag technology and related litigation.  Mr. Goldman has also lectured in civil rights topics before the Chicago Bar Association, and while in law school he authored an article published in the Loyola Law Review on the Supreme Court’s noted civil rights decision in Washington v. Davis.  Mr. Goldman has co-authored several other articles of professional interest.