Ike M. Kaludi, Jr., Attorney
Attorney Ike Kaludi and the experts at California Trial Law Group have represented hundreds of injured victims and employees throughout California. He handles all stages of litigation and insurance negotiations to help you and your family deal with the serious and complex legal challenges affecting your livelihood and well-being.
Recognized for his professionalism and service, Ike has earned top ratings on Super Lawyers, Avvo, and other client and peer review sources, and received many positive reviews and referrals from those we have served. Ike possesses extensive experience in a variety of legal areas and insurance practices, including:
- Personal injury claims arising from car, truck and motorcycle accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, wrongful death, brain injury, and other preventable tragedies
- Workers’ compensation
- Class action, wage and hour and other employment law issues
Ike has experience in trials and insurance negotiations, having received training by top experts in trial and insurance practices. Ike is a graduate of the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Ike externed for California Supreme Court Justice Carlos Moreno, Chief Magistrate Maria-Elena James of United States District Court for the Northern District of CA, and the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office. He was also part of the U.C. Hastings Negotiation Team, the San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association Summer Trial Fellowship, and graduated with a concentration in civil litigation and dispute resolution. Prior to law school, Ike worked as a legal assistant in civil litigation and graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with degrees in Political Science and International Development Studies after working with Southwest Airlines. Ike was an altar boy and attended Catholic school from elementary until high school in Southern California.
Ike is bilingual in English and Spanish. When he is not working on client cases, Ike volunteers dealing with issues involving Title IX and professional diversity in various contexts. He enjoys assisting with student mock trials, sports, and bicycling with his daughter whenever possible. Ike is married with two children. His son is a student at the University of California, Berkeley.