Stephanie M. Taft
Stephanie Taft is an associate attorney who focuses her practice on complex tort litigation, catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death claims stemming from motor vehicle accidents, dangerous premises and defective products. Ms. Taft has helped to secure millions of dollars in settlements for her clients and has assisted with cases that have resulted in multi-million dollar verdicts.
Ms. Taft graduated cum laude from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles after securing her B.A. degree from California Polytechnic University in San Luis Obispo. While at Loyola, Ms. Taft participated in the school’s Scott Moot Court Team and competed in the “National Competition” for appellate advocacy where she won the Regional Best Brief Award.
Ms. Taft is active in her local community and sits on the Board of Trustees for both the Los Angeles County Bar Association – Barristers Section and the Santa Monica Bar Association. She is also active with the CAALA Board of Directors.
ARTICLES BY STEPHANIE TAFT:
“Ruling Provides Guidance on 998 Offers;” Daily Journal, January 2019
“Understanding the Eggshell Plaintiff Doctrine and Rule;” Los Angeles Lawyer, September 2017
“Discovery requirements, sanctions, procedures for 2020,” The Advocate, February 2020