Giving is an important part of life at AlderLaw. In addition to providing free legal services to people who are homeless or suffering in low income housing at the hands of slumlords, the attorneys and staff at AlderLaw happily volunteer at events to improve our community – from making and serving lunches at the local Mission to donating and giving Christmas meals and toys to painting and restoring homes for people in need.
AlderLaw Warrior Fund
AlderLaw Warrior Fund was established to assist new lawyers with their cases. The Warrior Fund seeks to end situations where large insurance carriers or corporations can freeze out new lawyers. AlderLaw will act as a funding sponsor of these lawyers – for free. The firm will pay 50% of costs, up to $10,000 per case.
“A few months ago, my client and I were stuck between a rock and a hard place. We had a great case, but we were out of money. The defense knew this and did not believe we could try the case. They had offered a small four figure settlement. Desperate to seek justice for my client, I contacted Mike Alder’s Warrior Fund and he agreed to fund our case. The funds allowed us to work our case up for trial. It gave my client renewed energy and hope. I also knew Mike was ready to lend a helping hand in any way possible. The defense realized we were now prepared to go all the way and the case settled on the eve of trial for substantial six figures. We could not have achieved a just result without the Warrior Fund. Thank you AlderLaw.”
– Rahul Sethi, Sethi Law Firm
“As a new attorney running my own firm, I did not have the funds to properly stand up for my client against the insurance company. The Warrior Fund gave me money and support to try my case. Although we were not successful at trial, it gave my client a fighting chance thanks to the Warrior Fund.”
– Sagi Schwartzberg, Schwartzberg & Luther, APC
Please contact us if you’d benefit from a sponsorship. We are hoping to strengthen your hand and ensure cases are resolved for their full and fair value.
Inner City Law Center combats slum housing in Los Angeles while developing strategies to end homelessness. Mr. Alder sits on the board of governors.
LATLC was founded by trial lawyers who cared deeply about social justice and improving our great city. Mr. Alder is a founding member and former President of LATLC.
The mission of the nationally acclaimed American Museum of Tort Law is to educate, inform and inspire Americans about two things: Trial by jury; and the benefits of tort law. Both have improved the lives, not only of those injured, but all of us.