Josh Hutton, Managing Attorney
Josh Hutton joined our firm in August 2016 after working at a well-known “big firm” for over a decade. He is from the East Coast and graduated from West Virginia University (Mountaineers) in 1999 with a B.S in Finance. He then went to West Virginia University School of Law, where he graduated in 2002. Mr. Hutton moved to California in May 2002 and is licensed to practice law in California and Colorado. Mr. Hutton was an employment law and business litigation attorney in Denver, Colorado for several years before he decided to focus his practice to State and Federal workers’ compensation claims, wrongful termination claims, and professional athlete injury claims. Mr. Hutton represents several local and national businesses, several major workers’ compensation insurance carriers, and many professional sports teams in Minnesota, California, Arizona, and Colorado. Mr. Hutton specializes in assisting out-of-state employers to navigate the complex and frustrating world of California workers’ compensation and disability discrimination litigation.
Brandon Koller, Attorney
Brandon Koller joined our firm in January 2018. He graduated from Western State University Law School, where he earned his Juris Doctor. Prior to joining our firm, Brandon practiced several years at a large workers’ compensation defense firm as defense attorney and has deep knowledge of the strategies and methods used to successfully defend California workers’ compensation claims. Brandon currently handles all aspects of Workers’ Compensation defense, including 132(a) and Serious and Willful cases.
Robert Puljiz, Attorney
Robert Puljiz our firm in May 2017. He graduated from Loyola Law School, where he earned his Juris Doctor. Prior to joining our firm, Robert practiced over a decade as a defense attorney and subrogation attorney. He brings an unparalleled depth of experience to the firm and is a leader in the field of workers’ compensation defense. Robert currently handles all aspects of Workers’ Compensation defense, including 132(a) and Serious and Willful cases.