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Posted on 11 Oct 2012 0 comments

Christopher N. Andal is the principal of the Andal Law Group of Orange County, which he founded in 2009. Mr. Andal has been involved in civil litigation for nearly 15 years and has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients as well as successfully defended them. His law firm practices a wide range of legal matters protecting and serving Orange County Filipinos, drawing largely from his own extensive litigation and trial experience. Mr. Andal’s clients are representative of his firm’s diverse practice which includes individuals, small businesses, insurance carriers and Fortune 500 companies.

Mr. Andal began his legal career in Orange County as a file clerk and worked for many years as a paralegal and office manager for several well-respected law firms while attending law school. After passing the bar on his first attempt, Mr. Andal went on to litigate and try cases in his first year of practice which is relatively unheard of so early in an attorney’s career.

As an Orange County Filipino Attorney, Chris Andal, currently serves on the boards of the Orange County Bar Association [OCBA], Filipino American Chamber of Commerce [FACCOC] and Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance [OCAPICA]. He is a past President of FACCOC and OCBA’s Young Lawyers, an active member of the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association [OCTLA], and frequently lectures to his peers and various business organizations.

Aside from being a hard working attorney representing Orange County’s Filipino Community, Chris is a devoted husband and father of two who enjoys spending quality time with his family, playing ice hockey and golf, volunteering in the community and supporting the local professional sports teams.

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