Justin Sabol, Certified Paralegal
Justin Sabol is currently a paralegal at Brenes Law Group, P.C. Mr. Sabol is a solutions-focused, highly motivated paralegal with a comprehensive background in litigation and case management in mass tort, product liability, and personal injury. He has experience in multiple federal and state jurisdictions while exclusively managing multiple cases in varied jurisdictions. Mr. Sabol has the ability to manage multiple simultaneous projects while workingunder pressure in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment. Not only has Mr. Sabol organized and analyzed case-specific materials, but he has also performed both legal and non-legal research whenever necessary. He has extensive experience in interviewing witnesses and gathering information from a wide variety of public an private sources.
Prior to joining Brenes Law Group, P.C., Mr. Sabol worked as a legal assistant at a national multi-district litigation law firm in Newport Beach, California. He worked extensively in the area of product liability, although he was also involved in a variety of other projects and cases as well. Specifically, Mr. Sabol worked closely with over 400 clients in a Product Liability Multi-District Litigation, which is still currently pending in the South Carolina District Court. He was in charge of many aspects of this complex litigation, including initial case evaluations, communicating with clients, obtaining and conducting in-depth reviews of medical records, maintaining and organizing client files, and drafting letters and other case-specific documentation when needed.
Before becoming a skilled paralegal, Mr. Sabol attended Temple University focusing on computer engineering. This background in computer engineering equipped Mr. Sabol with vast knowledge of the technological world, which he has applied to his legal career. Mr. Sabol is fluent in all aspects of Microsoft Office, Adobe, word processing, and several case management software, such as Trial Works. Furthermore, Mr. Sabol is currently enrolled in classes to become a trained trial technician, which will help him to assist with all electronic aspects of trials more proficiently.
Mr. Sabol is a member of the Orange County Paralegal Association (OCPA), the American Bar Association (ABA) and the California Alliance of Paralegal Associations (CAPA). In his free time, Mr. Sabol enjoys playing old school video games, billiards, and spending time with his fiancee and their dog Buddy.