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Mary Alexander Named Top Plaintiff Attorney in California by Daily Journal

Mary Alexander was named a Top 30 Plaintiff Attorney in California by the Los Angeles Daily Journal for the third year in a row. Widely recognized as one of San Francisco’s top personal injury attorneys, Mary established her stellar reputation in the legal community after obtaining some of the largest and highest profile verdicts and settlements in the state of California over the course of her career.

A few notable cases Mary has worked on over the last few years include:

  • $305 million verdict for the cleanup of toxic lead paint in California houses, ending two decades of litigation.
  • $32.7 million settlement on behalf of 32 families and a survivor of the Ghost Ship warehouse fire of 2016.
  • $21.4 million jury verdict on behalf of the families of two brothers who died as a result of exposure to known cancer-causing chemical benzene at their place of work.

More recently, Mary has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Carnival and Princess Cruise Lines following the death of a man who contracted COVID-19 due to negligence and disregard to passenger safety aboard the Grand Princess cruise ship. She’s also filed class actions for passengers aboard the Grand Princess who were exposed or contracted COVID-19 due to gross negligence on behalf of those cruise lines.

“I’m grateful for every success I’ve been a part of for my clients,” stated Mary. “And I’m honored that these outcomes have been recognized by the Daily Journal.”

In addition to Mary’s continued recognition by the Daily Journal, she has recently been selected as one of Top 100 Lawyers in California two years in a row and received the CAOC Consumer Attorney of the Year Award in 2019.