Geoff Rill

Kerr & Sheldon

Personal Injury Lawyer | Serving Fountain Valley, CA

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16480 Harbor Blvd.Ste. 100
Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Aggressive Personal Injury Representation Since 1979

At the offices of Kerr & Sheldon, A Professional Law Corporation, we are experienced personal injury attorneys who have represented people across Southern California since 1979. We aggressively pursue financial recovery for victims of all kinds of negligence, from dog bites and slips and fall accidents to product liability and motor vehicle accidents. We also handle wrongful death claims.

Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:

Personal Injury

  • Back Injury and Herniated Discs
  • Boat Accidents
  • Brain Injury
  • Bus and Train Accidents
  • Car Accidents
  • Construction Accidents
  • Dog Bites
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Pedestrian Accidents
  • Product Liability
  • Slip and Fall Accidents
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Truck Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Trip and Fall

At Kerr & Sheldon, we take all personal injury claims on a contingency basis. We do not charge any fee until we have recovered money for your injury. We also advance all costs and expenses, so that you pay nothing at all until your case is resolved.

Call Kerr & Sheldon today at 866-881-0146 to arrange your free initial consultation.

Attorney Profile

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Jurisdictions:

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  • Jurisdiction Two

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Education:

  • School One, Degree, Year
  • School Two, Degree, Year

Professional Memberships and Achievements:

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  • Memberships Two

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  • Language Two


Verdicts & Settlements

Hill v. Budget Rent-a-Car System, Inc. involved a low impact rearend collision that resulted in our client eventually requiring neck surgery. Budget disputed the surgery was caused by the accident and made a “final offer” of $85,000 and at trial the jury awarded a verdict of $2,800,000


Truong v. DaCosta involved a hate crime of ‘gay bashing’ against a man who was attacked and beaten in Laguna Beach by a group of teenagers. The homeowner’s insurance for the teenagers made no offers and at trial the jury awarded a verdict of $1,100,000


DuBois v. Bradford involved a low impact rearend collision that resulted in our client eventually requiring back surgery. The defendant’s insurer minimized the nature and extent of our client’s injuries and made a “final offer” of $25,000. The jury returned a verdict of $661,000. The insurer was required to pay in excess of its policy limits.


Scotto v. Ray Cammack Shows, Inc. involved an inadequately supported wind screen at the O.C. County Fair. Our client was struck by the screen when it toppled over in the wind resulting in injuries and an eventual surgery. The insurer for Ray Cammack Shows, Inc made a “final offer” of $40,000 and at trial the jury returned a verdict of $972,159.


De Los Santo v. Albertson’s, Inc. involved a supermarket slip and fall. Our client sustained a non-surgical disc bulge. The store’s insurer claimed they had no notice of a defective condition and made a “final offer” of $10,000 fifteen days before trial. The jury returned a verdict of $485,000.


Metoyer v. James; Magnum Axle Co. involved a rearend collision. Our client sustained a non-surgical disc bulge. The case was initially submitted to non-binding arbitration with an Arbitration Award of $18,000. The insurer for Magnum Axle Co. refused to accept the award and requested a new trial and made a “final offer” of $12,000 and later increased it to $18,000 which was rejected. The case went to trial and the jury awarded a verdict of $259,115. The insurer was required to pay in excess of its policy limits.


Takemoto v. Peters involved an automobile accident in which our client sustained a non-surgical herniated disc. The defendant’s insurer minimized the nature and extent of our client’s injuries and made a “final offer” of $75,000. At trial the jury awarded a verdict of $270,742. The insurer was required to pay in excess of its policy limits.

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