A Nipomo native, Steven Tindula represents plaintiffs in the areas of civil litigation, including personal injury, wrongful death, premises liability, and products liability.
Having suffered a traumatic brain injury himself, Steven brings his own personal experience and understanding of how a client’s life is impacted after a traumatic event. And as a former engineer, Steven has no problem grasping the intricacies of mechanically complex cases.
Prior to joining the legal profession, Steven worked as a structural engineer, designing residential, commercial, and educational buildings all throughout California as project lead engineer.
In 2021, Steven graduated from LMU Loyola Law School. While at Loyola, Steven gained experience in civil litigation working for several renowned personal injury firms. Also, during his time at Loyola, Steven gained experience in dispute resolution while working with the Loyola Center for Conflict Resolution, which provides Los Angeles residents with a variety of mediative, conciliative, and alternative dispute resolution services. In his last year at Loyola, Steven served as President of the Loyola Consumer Law Society, working to educate, connect, and assist aspiring young attorneys interested in practicing civil litigation.
Steven is an active member of several Plaintiff’s bar organizations.
When not working for his clients, Steven enjoys reading, climbing, bike riding, hiking, or playing a board game among friends.