Biography

In his 20 years of law practice, Albert Stoll, Jr has handled more than 40 jury trials. This experience, combined with a commitment to ethics and integrity, has earned Al an excellent reputation throughout the San Francisco Bay Area legal community. He is the recipient of Martindale-Hubbell‘s “AV” peer rating, which signifies preeminent legal ability and ethical standards, and has been named a Northern California Super Lawyer every year since 2006. In 2009, Al was awarded the prestigious 2009 Civil Justice Award by the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association, given to attorneys who show integrity, grit, tenacity, ethics, and great advocacy skills, and who contribute to the betterment of consumers and/or injured victims and their families.

Al is often invited to speak to other attorneys on a variety of topics. He has been asked to share his ideas on litigation by the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Lorman Education, National Business Institute, the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association, Consumer Attorneys of San Francisco, and the Bar Association of San Francisco. His book, Plaintiffs’ Lawyers Guide to Minor Impact Cervical and Lumbar Injury (Thomson West 2008-2009), now in its fourth edition, is a strategic guide used by lawyers throughout America to fight back against the automobile insurance company tactics of deny, delay, and defend.

In addition to his legal work, Al is committed to informing people about human resource compliance, accident prevention, and safety. Outside his practice, he enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, reading, exercise, travel, and the outdoors.

Education
JD, Golden Gate University
BA, UC Santa Barbara