The Team at Habbas & Associates is pleased to announce the addition of three new attorneys to our firm, adding decades of additional experience to our more than 125 combined years in practice. With the addition of our new attorneys, we have even more knowledge and resources to put to work for you. If you are seeking personal injury representation in San Jose, you can feel confident bringing your case to us!
Join us in welcoming Lynne Coates to our team. Lynne is a skilled trial attorney with more than two decades of personal injury experience, including medical malpractice, products liability cases, wrongful death, and asbestos/mesothelioma cases. She has overseen cases through all phases of litigation, including arbitration, mediation, and trial. She earned her law degree from California Western School of Law, San Diego.
Steve Cain is a dedicated advocate for injured people who has conducted jury trials in nine out of 58 California counties. He has handled all types of cases, including those involving medical malpractice, civil rights, nursing home abuse, and wrongful death. Steve possesses a Juris Doctorate from Pepperdine University School of Law and has been practicing law in California since 1983. Welcome, Steve!
We are glad to welcome trial attorney Jeff Rickard to Habbas & Associates. Jeff brings a wealth of legal experience to our firm. Handling personal injury cases ranging from products liability to mass tort and toxic exposure cases, Jeff has been practicing law for over three decades. He has been named Trial Lawyer of the Year in Santa Clara County on several occasions, and has earned an AV®Preeminent™ Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®. Jeff earned his law degree at Santa Clara University Law School.
We are excited to have such an accomplished and skilled group of attorneys join our firm, and look forward to continuing to exceed the expectations of our clients.
Please contact us to speak with a San Jose personal injury lawyer at Habbas & Associates. We would be happy to offer you a complimentary consultation.