Law School: Chapman University School of Law California Bar: 2011
Nicholas Kontogiannis has been practicing Workers’ Compensation defense since 2012. He takes a proactive and aggressive approach to claim handling, while balancing efficiency and cost containment measures. Mr. Kontogiannis believes that communication is an indispensable aspect of effective file handling, and prides himself on keeping an open and proactive line of communication with his clients. In his spare time, he enjoys backpacking, photography, traveling, and spending time with his wife.
Austin Mardian, Esq.
Law School: Loyola Law School California Bar: 2015
Since beginning his career as an attorney, Mr. Mardian has worked exclusively in the realm of worker’s compensation. He is known for achieving fast results and early settlements for his clients, while aggressively litigating cases that require it. Mr. Mardian values communication with his clients and prompt responsiveness. In his spare time, Mr. Mardian is an avid skateboarder, painter, and musician.
Lisa Iversen, Esq.
Law School: California Bar:
Lisa’s diverse practice, trial experience, certifications in Mediation and Arbitration, parenting, and extensive volunteer experiences support her broad knowledge and understanding of complex issues and dynamics in litigation and as applied to her practice in Workers’ Compensation. She strives to use the Gilson Daub developed technology to provide the most efficient , cost effective, and successful representation for her clients.
Lisa is a Southern California native and mother of three sons who enjoys live music, exploring beaches and mountains, and her volunteer work with nonprofits and with the Los Angeles and San Francisco Superior Courts.