Car accidents, trucking accidents, assault, trip-and-fall, wrongful death and more.
Dangerous and defective pharmaceuticals, medical devices, airplane parts and more.
Police misconduct, police brutality, excessive force, false arrest, foster care abuse and more.
Discrimination, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation and more.
Protecting consumers in cases involving robo calls, automobile recalls, banking and more.
Sexual harassment, Title IX and more.
At the age of 10, Christina Le, who grew up in the primarily working class area of Anaheim, California, wrote in the “About the Author” section of a book she wrote that she wanted to grow up to be a lawyer. From that young age and on, Christina has been an advocate of others, working in her community to help those in need. She was a community services leader throughout high school, winning nationwide accolades for her advocacy work. Christina went on to attend U.C. Berkeley, one of the best universities in the nation, and subsequently completed her legal education at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California, where she benefited from their top trial advocacy program.
Since she started practicing law in 2005, Christina has been a powerful advocate for her clients. Prior to meeting John Kristensen and David Weisberg of Kristensen Weisberg LLP in early 2017 and joining the firm, Christina worked for several well-known regional and national insurance defense firms, such as Archer Norris, PLC and Lewis Brisbois LLP, in addition to working in the corporate and litigation department of Mercury Insurance Company. At these firms and companies, Christina gained extensive litigation experience resolving hundreds of cases in State and Federal court, where she represented individuals and various commercial enterprises in a wide array of matters.
Christina is now focused solely on helping her clients fight the same insurance companies she used to represent. Her knowledge from working with these insurance companies gives her special insight that she uses to her clients’ strategic advantage. She enjoys thoroughly working with the same kinds of people she grew up with – public servants, teachers, service and sale industry workers, and professionals- helping them navigate through cases arising out of unfortunate accidents, unfair and illegal employment matters, or complicated and contentious business disputes, to obtain the results her clients rightfully deserve.
Christina will provide you with the representation that you need in your most difficult and challenging situations.
Obtained a record Title IX settlement $1.15 million for a student for sexual assault by one of her professors at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Federal Court approved $1.495 Million Dollar Class Action Settlement for Robo Call Lawsuit
Obtained a $4.3 million settlement in a medical malpractice case in 2016 (confidential defendant).
Obtained a record $16 million fine against Toyota Motor Corporation after discovering that the auto giant misled the US government when it issued a safety recall in Japan, but not the United States.
Obtained a $1.595 million settlement for a broken ankle in Kirby v. Celebrations.
Kristensen Weisberg file lawsuit against UC-Berkeley and Prof. John Searle
Secured over $7.5 Million in Settlements for Wrongful Death Against Confidential Defendants