Andrew G.O. Biren
Background & Experience
Andrew “Drew” Biren knew that he was going to be a trial lawyer
ever since he was five, when he attended his first jury trial and saw
his father in action. From that point forward, he knew that his life’s
work would be spent advocating for seriously injured men and women –
just like his dad. Drew first started working at Biren Law Group as a
file clerk at the tender age of 14.
Since then, he has done almost every job imaginable. You name it and Drew
has done it. The extensive experience Drew amassed at such an early age
has proven to be invaluable, as he now works as a lawyer, fulfilling his
dream of helping accident victims obtain justice. He received his bachelors
degree from the University of Colorado, his law degree at Southwestern
Law School, and has since been admitted to the State Bar of California.
Drew’s passions include his wife, Melissa, his family, his dogs and sports.
Areas of Practice:
- Catastrophic injuries
- Insurance bad faith
- Wrongful death
- Premises liability
- Products liability
Recent Case Results:
Andrew G.O. Biren settled a case with a gym for almost $1 million for a
woman who suffered a severe fracture and dislocation of her dominant wrist,
as a result of her personal trainer negligently conducting a training
exercise. The gym had previously claimed the trainer was an independent
Andrew G.O. Biren settled a case for almost a half a million for a woman
who suffered a severe shoulder injury, when she fell as a result an imperceptible
curb at a large outdoor shopping mall.
Andrew G.O. Biren settled a case for almost half a million for a man with
a degenerative spine who needed a cervical fusion after being rear ended
on the freeway.
Matthew B.F. Biren and Andrew G.O. Biren settled a case during trial for
almost $2 million for a man who suffered lumbar spine and cervical spine
injuries, the details of which cannot be disclosed because of strict confidentiality
Matthew B.F. Biren and Andrew G.O. Biren obtained an arbitration award
of almost $1 million in a complex medical practice / legal malpractice
/ insurance coverage dispute for a permanently injured women, the details
of which cannot be disclosed because of confidentiality agreements.
Matthew B.F. Biren, Andrew G.O. Biren and John A. Roberts obtained a policy
limits $2 million settlement for the family of a man who sustained fatal
injuries in a vehicle accident after his car collided with an illegally
parked tanker truck in the middle of the night, even though the police
report put fault squarely on the decedent.
- State Bar of California
- U.S. District Court Central District of California