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Meet the members of our team

Frank Perez, Esq.

Law School: UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, 1999

Mr. Perez is a partner with Perez & Caballero. His experience includes litigating complex issues of fact and law in individual personal injury as well as complex multi-plaintiff cases. Mr. Perez began his career in the middle of the Rampart Corruption Scandal and litigated cases involving the County of Los Angeles’ unlawful treatment of prisoners. Furthermore, Mr. Perez has been involved in multi-plaintiff sex abuse cases against the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Miguel G. Caballero, Esq.

Law School: UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, 1982

Mr. Caballero has been in practice since 1983 and has represented thousands of clients in a variety of areas of law including personal injury, civil rights, employment law, immigration, real estate, medical and legal malpractices and family law. During his career he has represented individuals, businesses, hospitals, university professors, doctors, attorneys, labor unions, union members, non-profit organizations and associations.

In July of 2013, Frank Perez formed the partnership of Perez & Caballero with Mr. Caballero after hiring him in May 2011 at Moreno & Perez. At Perez & Caballero, Mr. Caballero has continued the ongoing tradition of providing high quality representation and litigation in areas such as civil rights and personal injury. Prior to joining Moreno & Perez, Mr. Caballero worked for the Claremont firm of Law Offices of Herbert Hafif for six years litigating a variety of cases in both state and federal court. From November 2000 to February 2005, Mr. Caballero served as the managing attorney of the Los Angeles office of Sayre & Chavez, a plaintiff-side litigation firm. While at the Sayre & Chavez firm, Mr. Caballero was designated as counsel for the Mexican Consul located in Los Angeles advising the Mexican government on a variety of legal matters.

Mr. Caballero’s resume also includes serving as managing attorney of a legal department to one of the largest workers associations in Southern California, the California Immigrant Workers Association, AFL-CIO from 1989-1992. From 1995 to 2000 he joined the union side labor firm of Holguin & Garfield.

Armando Solorzano, Esq.

Law School: Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 2011

Mr. Solorzano joined the firm as an associate attorney in October 2012. During law school he completed internships at Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, where he served as a judicial clerk. Since joining the firm, Armando has worked on personal injury, wrongful death, premises liability, and defective product cases.

Armando is a member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles.

Judy Perez, Esq. of Counsel

Secretary – AA Los Angeles City Community College