Personal Injury Attorney, Co-Founder & Principal
"It's Not Business, Its Personal." Brett is Co-Founder and Principal of Sachs Burns, APC, a California law firm narrowly focused on representing plaintiffs in personal injury claims. Brett spent his first years in practice working for a highly reputable personal injury firm before transferring to an insurance defense firm. Brett has extensive experience dealing with insurance companies, defendant healthcare providers, complex catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases. Brett's experience, coupled with his passion and ambition, has given him the necessary skills to help those who cannot help themselves. By launching Sachs Burns, Brett is able to help his clients secure the necessary compensation they deserve for injuries resulting from car accidents, motorcycle accidents, trip and fall accidents, pedestrian accidents, workers' compensation accidents, and many other personal injury claims across the state of California. Brett believes that every client deserves professional service guided by an empathetic, client-centered, and modern approach to personal injury. Brett graduated with Cum Laude honors from Michigan State University College of Law. He is a logical and resourceful individual who effectively anticipates and evaluates legal issues to protect clients and resolve cases. Brett has excellent persuasion techniques and has the capacity to remain objective and civil during legal proceedings. He has a background in litigation with experience in case analysis, strategic planning and negotiations.
- 2014 State Bar of California (Active)
- 10 Best Attorney - American Association of Personal Injury Attorneys - 2017
- Top 10 Personal Personal Injury Attorney - Attorney and Practice Magazine - 2017
- Lead Counsel Rated - Lead Counsel - 2017
- The Distinguished Lawyer Designation - Expert Network - 2017
- Certificate of Recognition for Serving Justice - Michigan State University College of Law - 2013
- Cum Laude Honors - Michigan State College of Law - 2013
Slip and fall accidents: are no laughing matter. There is a reason you fell, and it may not have been your fault. Many fall related accidents are due to someone else’s negligence or recklessness, which would make them liable for your injuries. You cannot afford to write off your accident as clumsiness—odds are it wasn’t.