Northern California personal injury lawyer Frank D. Penney has been representing accident victims and their families for over two decades, successfully winning over $100 million in case settlements.
Frank received his Bachelor of Arts in political science from Brigham Young University and attended Gonzaga University Law School. He spent seven years with a state-wide firm for as staff litigation counsel before starting his own law practice.
Frank is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association (ATLA), Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC), the State Bar of California, and the State Bar of Nevada. Frank serves as a Pro Tem Judge and Judicial Arbitrator. He also has several successful jury verdicts published in Jury Verdicts and Trial Digest.
Frank volunteers his legal expertise and time to high school students, assisting them in a court supervised Peer Court Program and mentoring students in juvenile delinquency peer jury trials. He also volunteers his time for church and charitable projects, including the Boy Scouts of America.
A married father of four sons, Frank comes from a family that includes two lawyers, one judge, and one California Highway Patrol Officer. He enjoys spending time with his family, riding motorcycles, playing sports, and traveling. He once served as a missionary in Europe.
Frank is well-liked by his clients, as shown by his glowing Google reviews and testimonials on penneylaw.com. He has the experience, expertise, and commitment to excel with cases where clients have suffered severely.