March 13, 2023 - San Diego, CA - Singleton Schreiber welcomes former Federal Prosecutor, Assistant U.S. Attorney, and U.S. Marine Judge Paul Starita, as Senior Counsel to their San Diego office. Paul exclusively represents plaintiffs in catastrophic personal injury and mass tort matters in State and Federal courts.
Paul brings years of experience to the firm as a federal prosecutor for 10 years before serving as a civil trial attorney. He investigated and prosecuted more than a thousand felony cases involving corruption, drug trafficking/organized crime, human trafficking, money laundering, and violent crime. He has tried more than 50 jury and bench trials in federal court.
For 30 years, Paul proudly served our Nation as a United States Marine, on active duty and in the Reserve. He attained the rank of Colonel and served in various leadership and legal roles including Military Trial Judge and Appellate Judge on the Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals.
“We are excited to welcome Paul to the firm as he has a clear commitment to the people of San Diego and Imperial Counties through the work and case load he has carried over the years,” said Gerald Singleton Managing Partner of Singleton Schreiber. “He continually manages to prove himself as a driving force within the legal community through the roles he possesses, and we look forward to having him on our team.”
“Singleton Schreiber continues to resonate within the legal world as a firm with integrity and impeccable achievements,” said Paul Starita. “I am overjoyed with the role I will be taking on within the San Diego office and cannot wait to join the incredible roster of attorneys as well as begin work for our clients.”
About Singleton Schreiber
With roughly 200 employees and offices throughout the western United States, Gerald Singleton and his team have represented more than 12,000 victims of utility fires and has recovered approximately $2 billion in settlements and verdicts for its clients. The firm currently represents thousands of victims of the numerous fires in California, New Mexico, and Oregon. The firm is also a premier personal injury firm, obtaining top results for clients, including more than $100 million in verdicts in 2022.