John Nojima

John Nojima

Attorney John Nojima of Lederer and Nojima, LLP specializes in representing clients who have suffered personal injury claims. He will give you the representation you need to navigate even the most trying of circumstances.

As a Los Angeles car accident lawyer, he knows how to take on powerful insurance companies and vehicle manufacturers. His dedication will guarantee you receive the full and equitable compensation for your injuries after an accident.

Early Life and Education

John Nojima was raised in Torrance, California’s predominantly working-class neighborhoods. As the first member of his family to graduate college, he attended California State Dominguez Hills on a basketball scholarship.

Nojima then pursued law school, earning his Juris Doctor degree from Pepperdine University in 1992 and working at Callahan, McCune & Willis, LLP in Los Angeles.

Nojima spent his professional career practicing civil litigation from both sides, with an emphasis on personal injury, product liability and employment law. He represented professional athletes and leagues around the world such as Japan basketball league and Long Beach Jam of American Basketball Association (ABA). Martindale-Hubbell listed Nojima as a highly reputable lawyer.

Professional Career

John Lederer, founding partner of Lederer and Nojima law firm, has handled numerous cases ranging from car accidents to slip and falls, product liability cases, dog/animal attacks and major business disputes. His tenacious yet no-nonsense approach ensures you get the best results in your case.

Nojima has earned a well-deserved reputation for achieving multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for his clients. As an experienced Los Angeles personal injury attorney, he will take your case to court and strive to win you maximum compensation. A proud member of the Bar Association of Los Angeles, Nojima will be there with you every step of the way. Contact him now to learn more about your rights as either plaintiff or defendant.

Achievements and Honors

John Nojima is an accomplished litigation lawyer, specializing in the prosecution of complex commercial and business cases. As partner at Lederer Nojima LLP, he has secured millions of settlements and verdicts for his clients across personal injury, product liability, and employment law areas. For years Nojima was named to Super Lawyers magazine’s list of California’s top 500 lawyers; he also belongs to numerous bar associations such as Consumer Attorneys of California and is certified by both American Bar Association and California State Bar associations.

Nojima holds a bachelor’s degree (summa laude) in Science from California State University, Dominguez Hills and a Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University. As an accomplished lawyer in intellectual property law, Nojima has earned numerous awards, citations, and honors during his illustrious career.

Personal Life

John Nojima hails from a working-class area of Torrance, California and was the first person in his family to graduate college. He attended California State Dominguez Hills on a basketball scholarship where he earned honors as captain, all conference player, and California Rhodes Scholar finalist.

He then pursued an MBA with a dual focus in finance and marketing at Loyola Marymount University on an NCAA Post Graduate Scholarship and research grant. After leaving corporate life behind, he attended law school at Pepperdine University where his interests lay in litigation.

He began his legal career at Callahan, McCune & Willis in 1997 and focused on civil litigation cases involving personal injury from both sides, real estate disputes, product liability cases, as well as employment law. Since 1997 he has been a partner at Lederer & Nojima LLP continuing his litigation practice.

Net Worth

John nojima, a Japanese voice actor with an estimated net worth of $2 million, has amassed his fortune through a long and successful career as an animation artist. He has voiced many iconic characters such as Miyuki Kazuya in Ace of Diamonds and Maximilien Robespierre in Le Chevalier D’Eon; plus he provided striking illustrations for Canvas 2: Niji Iro no Sketch and Active Raid’s logotype. Additionally, he has been married to Takahiro Sakurai for nearly two decades now.

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