Andrew Hollins
Andrew Hollins

Andy is a member with PIB Law and focuses his practice on civil litigation, trial practice. He brings to the firm 38 years of extensive trial experience and his skills as a litigator and leader have put him in high demand from some of the nation’s largest business and financial institutions. He has successfully tried and handled cases all across the county, including matters in Washington, Nevada, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Utah, and Oklahoma.

 

In the high stakes field of insurance bad faith defense, where damage claims can exceed ten figure sums, he is the number one choice for legal counsel by top corporate executives and leading professionals.

 

Andy has been a featured guest speaker at professional and trade group functions where he lectures on a wide array of topics including trial tactics, case preparation and jury selection. He has presented on behalf of the American Board of Trial Advocates as the defense team coordinator for “Masters in Trial” presentations. In that position, he led some of the nation’s most prestigious trial attorneys in teaching lawyers the critical intricacies of proper case presentation. Andy has been awarded the “Trail Lawyer of the Year” designated by the Orange Law Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He has been recognized by both the California State Bar of Governors and the Orange County Bar Association for the extensive pro bono services he has provided. The Los Angeles Magazine has also awarded Mr. Hollins with their “Super Lawyer” Designation, awarded to 5% of the lawyers for 2005 through 2017.

 

Before joining PIB Law, Andy was a founding partner at Hollins Law where he built a successful law practice serving all areas of California. He now brings that practice to PIB law where his expertise can serve his clients nationally and across broader practice areas. Andy is admitted to practice law in the State of California, the United States District Courts for the Central, Northern, Southern and Eastern Districts of California, and the United States Court of Federal Claims.

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