Warren Binder handles personal injury and wrongful death cases throughout California and has achieved well over $100 million in verdicts and settlements as an experienced litigator. Some recent results include a $13 million settlement for an aviation accident, $6.6 million for a brain injured client who was struck by a car at a bus platform, and $4.3 million for a truck accident. Mr. Binder has fought against virtually every big insurance company in the United States and against countless Fortune 500 companies, and has also been involved in litigation against government entities at all levels, including municipalities, cities, counties, states, the federal government, and various school districts.

Mr. Binder has been working in his family’s law office since 1982. During that time, he has worked exclusively on personal injury cases which include auto, truck, motorcycle, and bicycle accidents, as well as aviation accidents, construction accidents, trip and falls, dog bite attacks, and employment law. Mr. Binder works both in State and Federal Court and is a distinguished member of the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Binder also has experience in appellate matters and has had cases before the California Court of Appeals and California Supreme Court.

When he’s not listening to his clients’ stories and helping them recover from their injuries. Mr. Binder enjoyed spending time with family and friends and is an avid golfer, fisherman, and loves the outdoors. He also has a passion for fine wine and cooking.


Areas Of Practice
  • Personal Injury
  • Mediation Services
Bar Admissions


  • United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit
  • United States District Court – Central District
  • United States Supreme Court

Glendale University College of Law, Glendale, California

  • Juris Doctor – 1994

Glendale University College of Law

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Major: Law

California State University Northridge

Honors & Awards
  • Selected to the 2023 Southern California Super Lawyers List
  • America’s Top 100 Personal Injury Attorneys, 2022
  • 2022 Pasadena Magazine Top Attorney
  • Awarded 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 Top Attorneys, Personal Injury Section, by Encino Magazine
  • Avvo rated 10.0
  • Southern California Outstanding Young Lawyers, Superlawyer, 2013
  • Top Attorney, Pasadena Magazine, 2010 – 2021.
  • Clients Choice Award, Avvo, 2013
  • Southern California Top AV rated Lawyers, The American Lawyer, 2013
  • AV-Rated, Martindale Hubbell, 2013
  • Multi Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Million Dollar Advocates Forum, 2011
Top Lists
  • Up-and-Coming 100: 2017 Southern California Rising Stars
  • Up-and-Coming 100: 2016 Southern California Rising Stars
  • Up-and-Coming 100: 2015 Southern California Rising Stars
Selected To Super Lawyers
  • 2022 Superlawyer
  • 2021 Superlawyer
  • 2020 Superlawyer
  • 2019 Superlawyer
  • 2018 Southern California Rising Stars
  • 2017 Southern California Rising Stars
  • 2016 Southern California Rising Stars
  • 2015 Southern California Rising Stars
  • 2014 Southern California Rising Stars
  • 2013 Southern California Rising Stars
  • 2012 Southern California Rising Stars
  • Professional Associations and Memberships
  • Consumer Attorneys of California, Member
  • Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, Member
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association, Member
  • Glendale University College of Law, Student Bar Association, Treasurer
  • Los Angeles Trial Lawyer’s Association, (now CAALA), Law Student Section, Law Student Liaison
  • Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Lifetime Member




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