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KEVIN KUNDE

PARTNER

As a Orange County Personal Injury Lawyer at KAL Law APC, nothing is of more importance to Kevin Kunde than establishing a solid attorney-client relationship. He understands that his clients are experiencing extremely stressful situations, in addition to pain, in some cases. This is why he treats his clients with the respect and dignity they deserve. He truly cares about the men and women he represents and wishes to help them feel peace of mind.

He makes sure they understand their rights and legal options, from start to finish. Licensed to practice in the state of California, Attorney Kunde’s legal experience includes various legal areas, such as civil litigation, bankruptcy, real estate law, business litigation, contracts, landlord / tenant disputes, and real estate law.

While a law student, Attorney Kunde was the Senior Editor of the Nexus Law Journal and a judicial extern for the Honorable John Rayburn of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. He was also a Dean’s Fellow (teaching assistant) for a contracts course.

When he is not handling cases, he is keeping up with his favorite sports teams and keeps busy with various church-related activities. Our firm is proud to have Attorney Kunde on our legal team. His extensive legal insight is a tremendous asset.

Would you like to discuss your case with Attorney Kunde? We offer free case evaluations to all our potential clients. If you need help with a personal injury matter, you will be happy to know that we handle personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. You don’t have to pay us a cent unless we win your case! KAL Law APC can get you through this.


EDUCATION

  • Chapman University School of Law, J.D.
  • University of Florida

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • California

 

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