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Scott Saunders

Scott Saunders

Personal Injury Trial Attorney

Attorney Scott E. Saunders represents clients who are seriously injured due to the fault of others. His practice is dedicated to representing plaintiffs in cases involving automobile and trucking accidents, products liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, and other personal injury matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Scott was an attorney with the law firm of Kramer, deBoer & Keane in Indian Wells where his practice was primarily dedicated to the defense of physicians and other healthcare providers in medical malpractice actions. Scott’s background and experience is an invaluable resource for our clients because he understands how defense attorneys and insurance carriers litigate and prepare cases for trial.

Scott was born and raised in Palm Springs, California. He attended Katherine Finchy Elementary School, Raymond Cree Middle School, and Palm Springs High School. After graduating as the class valedictorian and earning All-CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) honors for football during high school, Scott attended Occidental College in Los Angeles where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Urban and Environmental Policy with a minor in Economics. Scott was a member of the Occidental College football team and earned honors for both academics and athletics.

After graduating from Occidental College, Scott attended Whittier Law School where he received a full tuition scholarship. Scott graduated in the top 2% of his law school class and went on to pass the California and Washington state bar exams, both on his first attempt. He is an active member of the Desert Bar Association and Consumer Attorneys of California.

In his personal time, Scott enjoys spending time with his wife, Haley, and their two children.

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