John W. Amos, II
John W. Amos, II has represented injured workers in the State of California since 1979. His tireless work and legal expertise has helped many clients in both workers’ compensation and personal injury claims throughout his many years of practice. Mr. Amos graduated from the Monterey College of Law, wherein he earned his Juris Doctorate in 1980, and from the University of California Berkeley (Ph.D.) in 1972. He is admitted to practice before all California State Courts.
Jeffrey C. Dittrich
Jeffrey C. Dittrich is certified as a specialist in the field of workers’ compensation by the State Bar of California. He has continuously fought for the rights of injured workers for over 20 years. After earning his Juris Doctorate degree from Monterey College of Law, he was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1992. As an active member of the California Applicant Attorney’s Association, Mr. Dittrich strongly advocates on behalf of all injured workers. He is admitted to practice before all California State Courts, as well as the Federal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals and the Federal Northern District of California.
Before practicing law, Jeffrey Dittrich served as a Chief Warrant Officer in the US Army.
Michael H. Young
Michael H. Young is certified by the State Bar of California as a specialist in workers’ compensation claims. Since receiving his Juris Doctorate from Hastings College of Law, Mr. Young spent more than 45 years practicing law in the state of California. Mr. Young is a strong advocate for all injured workers and continues to fight for them and their rights.
Gina A. Occhipinti
Gina A. Occhipinti graduated from University of California Santa Cruz and obtained a bachelor’s degree in Intensive Legal Studies. She subsequently attended San Francisco State and studied Women’s Studies. Ms. Occhipinti obtained her Juris Doctorate from Monterey College of Law.
Ms. Occhipinti has acted as a support person for victims of domestic violence and assisted victims in obtaining restraining orders against their abusers since 1999. She simultaneously assisted local victims of other violent crimes by helping them recover benefits, including relocation costs and compensation for medical treatment and counseling. Continuing her work with victims of domestic violence, Ms. Occhipinti was introduced to the practice of personal injury over ten years ago. Since that time she has handled hundreds of personal injury claims and lawsuits. She has extensive experience dealing with claims adjusters and defense attorneys.
Ms. Occhipinti is an active Board Member of Women Lawyers of Santa Cruz County. She is also a member of the Monterey County Bar Association and the Santa Cruz County Bar Association.