Law School: California Western School of Law California Bar: 2001
A Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorney, Reed has served and advocated for employers, insurance carriers, claims administrators, and homeowners since 2003. Armed with a staunch belief in commerce and free enterprise, Reed understands the importance of expeditious and effective handling of the diverse needs of businesses and risk management. Licensed by U.S. Soccer, Reed coaches local youth athletes, and also has an interest in politics, classical music, theology, and L.A. Dodger Baseball.
Camilla Campbell, Esq.
Law School: Seattle University School of Law California Bar: 2013
Camilla Campbell is a trained negotiator with three years of litigation and trial experience in Workers Compensation courts, along with 10 years experience as a Project Manager and Probation officer for Superior Court. Ms. Campbell is a skilled public speaker and certified instructor on Interviewing techniques, which she applies when conducting depositions. Ms. Campbell enjoys traveling, reading, and photography.
Langdon Southworth, Esq.
Law School: Western State University, College of Law California Bar: 2011
Langdon Southworth is a workers’ compensation defense attorney who has been zealously advocating for employers, self-insured entities, insurance carriers, and third party administrators since April 2014. When Mr. Southworth is not hard at work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three energetic boys playing soccer, going to the park, camping, and going to the beach. He also has leadership responsibilities in his church where he volunteers his time on a weekly basis.
Lauren Moon, Esq.
Law School: Pepperdine University School of Law California Bar: 2012
Lauren has represented employers, third party administrators, and insurance carriers in all aspects of Workers' Compensation litigation since 2013. Lauren has made a commitment to superior knowledge of the law and continued education in order to better serve her clients. Lauren joined Gilson Daub with a desire to utilize innovative case handling strategies and cutting edge technology to reduce the life and cost of claims for her clients. When she is not in the office, Lauren spends most of her time laughing with her family, friends, and fur babies.
Joan Bernstein, Esq.
Law School: Pepperdine University School of Law California Bar: 1990
Ms. Bernstein has been practicing Workers Compensation defense law for almost 30 years. She has appeared at every WCAB in the state. She has served as a pro tem judge in Los Angeles and Van Nuys. As well as handling California claims, she has a practice Worker’s Compensation law in Hawaii by assisting employers on how to handle their claims and acting as a liaison with the insurance company. Ms.Bernstein is a sought after speaker. She lectures on sexual-harassment training, violence in the workplace and social media issues. She handles all claims and specializes in those that are high exposure, multi-defendant, Asbestos and hearing loss. Also, she reviews files to see if they have the potential to file a Serious and Willful claim against the applicant. Ms. Bernstein has had the opportunity to represent a variety of employers, insurance companies and third-party administrators. She has represented small employers to larger companies as well.
In her spare time, Ms. Bernstein likes to travel the world. She has visited many countries including Cuba, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Italy. She volunteers at the Palm Springs Animal Shelter and Martha’s Village and Kitchen.