About Richard M. Wirtz
Richard Wirtz, the founder and managing attorney of Wirtz Law APC, is renowned for his remarkable expertise in lemon law and his extensive achievements as a trial attorney. Based in California, he is dedicated to ensuring consistent and favorable outcomes for his clients through his lemon law firm.
Mr. Wirtz's legal journey has been marked by a commitment to community justice and advancement. He commenced his own firm, Wirtz Law APC, in 1995 after opposing Fortune 500 Companies in high-profile class actions, notably concerning securities fraud, consumer protection, and intricate business matters.
His influence extends beyond the courtroom – Mr. Wirtz notably defended the United Farm Workers Union against wrongful boycott charges during Cesar Chavez's final days. He's also a sought-after legal expert, sharing insights on local television and radio shows.
Beginning with class action cases and expanding to Wirtz Law APC, initially centered on trademark, business, and employment litigation, his expertise has grown exponentially. He has litigated cases locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally since 1988. Representing various clients from consumers to corporations, he's faced global giants like Google, Walmart, and Mercedes-Benz.
Mr. Wirtz's practice took a significant turn in 2014 when he began regularly handling California Lemon Law cases, a shift propelled by his proven success. This experienced lawyer's lawyer has lent his skills to firms like The Cochran Firm and Knight Law Group, earning respect for his legal prowess.
A graduate of the University of San Diego (J.D., 1987) and Knox College (B.A., History, 1984), Mr. Wirtz maintains an "AV Preeminent" rating by Martindale-Hubbell and has been consistently recognized as a Super Lawyer since 2012. His passion for law, dedication to clients' prosperity, and exceptional achievements define his impactful legal career.