Litigation, Employment Law, Insurance & Transportation Law Firm in California Demler, Armstrong & Rowland, LLP

4500 E. Pacific Coast Highway
4th Floor
Long Beach, California 90804

Demler, Armstrong & Rowland, LLP Overview

Demler Armstrong & Rowland was established in 1979 in Long Beach, California. For more than 35 years, our primary focus has been the defense of general liability and catastrophic injury lawsuits, construction litigation, insurance coverage disputes, and insurance bad faith claims. We are a litigation and trial firm with offices in both Northern and Southern California, and our lawyers are routinely called upon to try high-stakes cases in courtrooms throughout the state. With a core group of partners who have been together for more than 20 years, we have the size and experience to take on the largest cases, but are still small enough to be able to provide the level of personal service that our clients expect.

Demler, Armstrong & Rowland, LLP, is a litigation firm, first and foremost. We are called upon by our clients to try their toughest cases, frequently having the files transferred to us on the eve of trial. Our focus over the years has been insurance bad faith, including insurance coverage, and high-end personal injury cases as well as construction defect matters. We have also successfully litigated business fraud and breach of contract actions for local businesses and stand ready to help our clients in all arenas.

Our firm has a long tradition of quality legal work that starts from the top. Ed Demler was one of the most prominent and respected attorneys by the bench and Bar, who established our high standards of quality, client-first service. Bob Armstrong and Terry Rowland have continued that tradition by instilling superior litigation and trial skills in all of our attorneys. Our present composition of attorneys includes many capable veteran partners and numerous highly-skilled associates.

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