Dylan Pollard is a trial lawyer specializing in representing victims of catastrophic personal injuries and wrongful death. For the past 15 years, Dylan has dedicated his practice to litigating complex injuries caused by corporate and governmental wrongdoing, including injuries caused by pharmaceutical and consumer products, vehicle accidents, unsafe conditions on public and private property, as well as high stakes civil rights actions involving the use of lethal force and abuse of power. Dylan has successfully obtained multi-million dollar results in settlements and verdicts for his clients - extraordinary results he credits to his unique ability to simplify and convey complex issues in simple terms that non-lawyers can understand.
Dylan's experience is well established. His resume includes litigation against countless Fortune 500 corporations, including pharmaceutical giants Merck, GlaxoSmithKline, Lilly, and Wyeth. Moreover, Dylan has been appointed by his peers to the steering committees in several notable high profile cases, such as the recent In Re: Katrina Canal Breaches Consolidated Litigation. Dylan understands what it takes to properly work up complicated multi-party cases, including the unique complexities posed by representing large groups of individuals in the "mass tort" or toxic injury context, and puts the full force of his reputation, courtroom knowledge and expertise behind every client he represents.
Dylan is admitted to practice law in both federal and state courts in California, Nevada and Georgia and has previously served as a Judge Pro Tem for the Los Angeles County Superior Court. He is an active member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles and California, and the American Association for Justice. Dylan attended Stanford University obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in English, and continued his education at Pepperdine University School of Law, graduating cum laude.