Corey Argumosa handles a wide variety of litigation matters, including wrongful death, catastrophic injury, traumatic brain injury, public entity defense and habitability matters. As a fluent Spanish speaker, Mr. Argumosa handles the defense of Spanish-speaking employees of public entities to ensure a favorable presentation at the time of deposition and trial. Mr. Argumosa believes each case requires a distinct approach to achieve a favorable outcome.
Mr. Argumosa has obtained several favorable settlements which have saved tens of millions of dollars for his clients. Mr. Argumosa has also obtained numerous dismissals by way of Motion for Summary Judgment and Motion for Terminating Sanctions, including in public entity defense matters and food poisoning defense matters. Mr. Argumosa is recognized by several mediators for his thorough mediation briefs and knowledge of all case-specific facts and their application to relevant law. Examples of Mr. Argumosa’s favorable outcomes include:
- Motion for Summary Judgment granted on behalf of a university in a food poisoning outbreak where the Court ruled that the origin of the outbreak from an epidemiological standpoint could not be concluded;
- Motion for Summary Judgment granted on behalf of a school district in a bullying case where Plaintiff was unable to meet his burden of proof to create a triable issue of material fact as the school’s breach of duty;
- Motion for Terminating Sanctions granted on behalf of a school district in a motor vehicle incident with a school district employee where the school district contested course and scope of employment at the time of the collision;
- Motion for Terminating Sanctions granted at the time of trial in a retaliatory eviction matter against a landlord brought by a prior tenant;
- Motion for Terminating Sanctions granted against a Plaintiff claiming to have consumed spoiled food items from a student store at a public college;
- Dismissal of multiple cities in numerous wrongful death and serious injury matters as a result of thorough discovery and in anticipation of motion for summary judgment.
Mr. Argumosa is admitted to practice law in the state of California and in the United States District Court for the Central District. Mr. Argumosa graduated from Claremont McKenna College and obtained his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School. Mr. Argumosa initially clerked for Bordin Semmer during law school and continued on as an attorney upon passing the California Bar.