About Brian Claypool
Renowned trial attorney and broadcast legal analyst, Brian Claypool is California's preeminent child abuse and civil rights litigator. Attorney Brian Claypool has personally arbitrated more than 100 cases, has conducted more than 50 jury trials to verdict with a 90%-win rate, and has conducted several other bench trials across 11 counties in California. Cases of social impact that Attorney Brian Claypool has handled include but are not limited to representation for more than 150 Las Vegas mass shooting victims and their families, the Rosalie Avila suicide-bullying case against the Yucaipa/Calimesa Unified School District, the Anthony Avalos murder case against the Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services, and the Beverly Rafferty sexual assault case against the City of Baton Rogue. He is known among his peers as being quite selective with his caseload so he can give his full attention to each and every client, just as they need and deserve during such trying times. It has always been his policy to put the mission of an attorney before any paycheck. When not working on a case, Attorney Claypool can often be found focusing on charitable work for communities throughout the nation. He has partnered with World Vision before to sign up nearly 100 new sponsors who each support a child living in a foreign country and without access to regular food, water, schooling, and medical care.