- Premises Liability
- Dental Malpractice
- Attorney Malpractice
- Products Liability
- Automotive Liability
- Loyola Law School, 1976 J.D.
- University of California, Los Angeles, 1973 B.A
Thomas Glen Wianecki has been practicing law in Southern California for 35 years. He attended the University of California at Los Angeles where he graduated cum laude in 1973 and graduated from Loyola Law School in 1976. Within a week of being sworn in as an attorney, Mr. Wianecki was in his first trial.
Since then, Mr. Wianecki has represented individuals, businesses, dentists, government entities, homeowners, and insurance companies. His areas of expertise include premises liability, dental malpractice, attorney malpractice, products liability, automotive liability, and medical fraud.
In Mr. Wianecki’s dental malpractice claims, he has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in complex medical matters. His in-depth understanding of dental malpractice, along with his core group of outstanding experts, has led him to excel at proving and disproving claims. Mr. Wianecki has given lectures to various professional dental groups and claims representatives about how to weigh and interpret dental records and how to evaluate whether someone has suffered legitimate traumatic loss.
Within the firm, Mr. Wianecki is one of 6 partners who are members of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) .This is a prestigious organization that requires at least 20 just trials before an individual is granted an invitation to join. Mr. Wianecki is Advocate for ABOTA, which means he has had over 50 documented trial verdicts. He has also been selected by Southern California Lawyer as a “Super Lawyer” for the past several years. This is a rigorous selection process and those who are selected are among the top 5% of their peers.
Mr. Wianecki is known for his ability to connect with people and make his clients feel like they are part of the family. He brings an enthusiasm and commitment to his cases, which is appreciated by his clients, judges, and juries.