The many satisfied clients throughout Northern California that the Law Office of Robert L. Meissner has helped over the years testify to the skill and commitment that attorney Robert Meissner brings to his craft. Mr. Meissner has remained in good standing with the California State Bar ever since gaining admittance and has never been disciplined for any reason.
Since opening his practice in 1991, Mr. Meissner has concentrated on negligence, personal injury, and wrongful death cases arising mainly from motor vehicle accidents involving cars, motorcycles, pedestrians, uninsured motorists, drunk driving, and hit and run. Our Sacramento accident attorney also handles cases involving dog bites and premises liability in Sacramento and neighboring towns from his Fair Oaks law office, including Roseville, Granite Bay, Folsom, and El Dorado Hills.
As a former insurance defense attorney, Mr. Meissner uses the knowledge and perspective gained from that experience for the benefit of plaintiffs who have suffered a severe personal injury or experienced the wrongful death of a loved one. Our Sacramento accident law firms understanding of the inner workings of the insurance industry places him in a superior position to negotiate a fair settlement for his clients and take the insurance companies to court where necessary.
Mr. Meissner received his Bachelor’s degree from C.W. Post College at the University of Long Island in 1982, and his law degree in 1985 from Southwestern University School of Law. He is a member of the Capitol City Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Meissner is licensed to practice law in state courts throughout California.
Mr. Meissner has successfully handled over 2,000 cases, recovering millions of dollars in settlements and verdicts for his clients. Many of these successes come in cases that were turned away by other attorneys, or where the insurance company initially denied the claim. Mr. Meissner is pleased to provide references upon request from among his clientele, over 99% of whom are satisfied and happy with the services they received.