A Workers’ Compensation attorney with over 10 years experience either representing injured workers or advising injured workers about their Workers’ Compensation Claims. Mr. Biggs believes the injured worker should be zealously represented to advocate for their Workers’ Compensation benefits. As a matter of public policy hard work should be encouraged and workers when injured should get the help they need to provide for their needs and the needs of their family.
Mr. Biggs enjoys research and writing both in the areas of law and theology. Mr. Biggs earned his Bachelor Degree and both of his Master Degrees in theology. After Seminary Mr. Biggs started a Window Cleaning business and later earned a paralegal certificate and worked in various law firms as a paralegal or clerk. Then Mr. Biggs went to Waco, Texas to study law at Baylor University. After law school and while waiting for his bar exam results Mr. Biggs worked through a temp agency at the Security Exchange Commission as a paralegal assisting attorneys investigating businesses suspected of violating security laws. Mr. Biggs was admitted to the California bar in 2003, then he began his career of representing injured workers.
When not working Mr. Biggs enjoys studying theology, and spending time with his wife Mary Lou.
Areas of Practice
- 100% Workers’ Compensation Law
- California, 2003
- U.S. District Court Central District of California, 2005
- U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit, 2007
- Baylor University School of Law, Waco, Texas
- J.D. – 2002
- Ohio Christian University, Circleville, Ohio
- Th.B – 1978
- Major: Biblical Studies