Top San Diego Construction Lawyers - California

From our office in San Diego, California, the law firm of Collinsworth, Specht, Calkins & Giampaoli, LLP, provides legal counsel and representation to construction professionals and businesses throughout California and Arizona. Our attorneys understand what is at stake for our clients, and they are dedicated to helping our clients reach their goals and find solutions to a myriad of complex...

Our firm was founded by Michael T. Thorsnes and Vincent J. Bartolotta Jr. when both left the law firm of Higgs, Fletcher & Mack. Less than a year later we added a third partner, John F. "Mickey" McGuire . Presently there are five partners including Kevin F. Quinn, Karen R. Frostrom and our newest partner, Ian Fusselman. Mike Thorsnes retired in 2002, but continues to be involved with...

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