Richard S. Lundin represents people in auto accidents and personal injury cases in both state and federal courts. He is totally committed to seeing that his clients receive their full rights and compensation in each of the cases he handles.
He has over 24 years of experience in personal injury out-of-court settlements and litigation, having handled or supervised more than 400 cases in the courts and more than 8,000 personal injury cases. Rick listens to his clients carefully, and he tailors his approach to their needs on a case-by-case basis.
Rick believes in going the extra mile for those he represents, and his responsive, committed style has consistently earned him high client satisfaction and appreciation.
Rick’s family goes back more than 100 years in Arizona, to the early 1900’s when his grandfather was a young boy on a farm in Glendale, Arizona. Rick decided he wanted to be a lawyer at age 16 while attending high school in Phoenix.
Rick began his career in law at the age of 19, working part-time as a litigation assistant at a large, established law firm in downtown Phoenix while he attended Arizona State University. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in finance, Rick worked as a legal assistant in a mid-sized Phoenix law firm in the area of construction and commercial collections. Rick chose to attend The National Law Center of the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and earned his law degree in 1993.
Rick also belongs to the Arizona Association for Justice, the Maryland Association for Justice, as well as the American Bar Association in the areas of Litigation, Law Practice Management, and Family Law.
J.D., George Washington University
B.S., Finance, Arizona State University
State Bar of Arizona
State Bar of Maryland
District of Columbia Bar
State Courts of Arizona
State Courts of Maryland
United States District Court of Maryland
District of Columbia Court of Appeals
United States District Court of the District of Columbia
Has over 24 years of experience in personal injury out-of-court settlements and litigation
Decided he wanted to be a lawyer at age 16 while attending high school in Phoenix