Carlos Perez-Mesa is our exclusively recommended Insurance Law expert in Hawaii on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Carlos directly using the contact details listed above.
Carlos has been an active trial attorney in New Jersey and Hawaii since 1986. In Hawaii, he has tried over 20 jury and bench trials to verdict in state and federal court and participated in over 300 arbitrations and meditations. Carlos has wide ranging experience practicing in both federal and state court handling a broad range of litigation, including products liability, construction law, employment discrimination, personal injury, the Americans with Disabilities Act, environmental law, automobile and slip and fall accidents, Title VII civil rights law and workers compensation law. Carlos also handles private arbitrations and mediations involving all types of civil actions, including auto cases, sexual harassment, age discrimination, wrongful discharge, racial discrimination, UM and UIM auto cases and AOAO disputes.
Upon graduation of law school, Carlos served as a law clerk to Judge Nicholas in Mandak, Passaic County, New Jersey.
Prior to joining the firm, Carlos focused on litigation concerning personal injury, employment discrimination, products liability and condominium law. He defended AIG™ and Farmers™ Insurance insureds involved in automobile and slip and fall accidents. Carlos worked seven years as a trial attorney for AIG™’s Staff Counsel’s office in Honolulu. He also has three successful published Hawaii Supreme Court opinions.
Serving Hawaii Since 1977
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