Los Angeles, California
Ms. Victor's practice has been primarily devoted to the defense of personal injury cases based on theories of premises liability, labor and employment liability, products liability and general negligence. She represents educational institutions, private businesses, airports and airlines, motor carriers, governmental entities, and contractors. She is also actively engaged in first party coverage and bad faith litigation, litigation involving creditors' rights and duties under statutes such as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and has defended insurance agents and brokers in professional liability matters.
Ms. Victor has been an instructor for the Insurance Education Association where she taught Torts and Civil Procedure to insurance claims personnel and has served as judge pro tem and arbitrator in the Los Angeles County Court system.
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Paula was recently married and is an adoptive mother of two sons, Josh and Joe, ages 21 and 19. She is passionately involved with organizations and groups aimed at encouraging others to become adoptive or foster parents or to serve as mentors to the tens of thousands of orphans currently in the foster care system in Los Angeles County. She is actively involved in community service through her church organization, Hope for Long Beach.
Paula has also been an avid participant in Sport Karate and obtained her Black Belt in American Kenpo in August, 2007. An intense competitor and sports fan, when not using her competitive nature in the courtroom or in throwing kicks and punches, Paula can typically be found at any number of different sporting events, not the least of which are USC football and basketball games. Paula and her husband are avid movie-goers and enjoy friendly, yet competitive cards and other games. She also makes time for early morning walks with her three dogs.