Stewart R. Albertson is a named partner with the California firm of Albertson & Davidson, LLP, where he practices in the areas of product liability litigation and trust and estate litigation. Mr. Albertson is a member of both the California State Bar and the Louisiana State Bar.
Mr. Albertson, the youngest of three children, grew up in Riverside, California. After high school Mr. Albertson joined the United States Army. After finishing the U.S. Army’s basic training, advanced training, and airborne school, Mr. Albertson was assigned to the 2nd Infantry Division in South Korea, Camp Casey, where he spent one year soldiering near the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). After completing his tour in South Korea, Mr. Albertson was assigned to the U.S. Army’s elite 82nd Airborne Division where he served as a paratrooper for over two years.
After completing his commitment to the U.S. Army, Mr. Albertson attended law school and received his law degree from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law and his masters in tax law (LL.M.) from the Georgetown University Law Center. Prior to law school, Mr. Albertson earned his B.S. from Southwestern Adventist University.
Mr. Albertson is an adjunct professor of law at Chapman Law School, located in Orange County, where he teaches the Wills and Trusts course.
Mr. Albertson’s hobbies include exercising, P90X, competing in triathlons, playing chess, reading non-fiction, and watching sports of all types.
California Practice Areas:
- Defective Medical Device Litigation
- Defective Product Liability Litigation
- Defective Pharmaceutical Litigation
- Defective Prescription Drug Litigation
- Medical Malpractice
- Los Angles Magazine’s Super Lawyer Rising Star Section, Top Young Lawyers in Southern California (2011)
- Los Angles Magazine’s Super Lawyer Rising Star Section, Top Young Lawyers in Southern California (2010)
- California State Bar Association
- Louisiana State Bar Association
- Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
- Consumer Attorneys of California
- The Georgetown University Law Center (2003)
- Loyola University New Orleans School of Law (2002)
- Southwestern Adventist University (1999)