Kevin F. Serrano is an Associate in Lozano Smith's Monterey office. He serves public agencies through legal representation in a wide variety of facilities and business issues.
Mr. Serrano has extensive experience in civil litigation and public service. He is highly skilled in overseeing all facets of case management, compiling detailed reports, documentation, interviews, and briefs to ensure effective strategic planning and presentation. He also has a proven ability in communicating with clients to provide insight on legal proceedings, options, and next steps, facilitating achievement of favorable outcomes within legal limitations.
Mr. Serrano has managed catastrophic personal medical malpractice cases and evaluated findings to develop strategies and arguments for presentation of cases. He is experienced with gathering evidence and conducting interviews to outline case details and formulating defense of initiating legal actions. He has valued claims and negotiated settlements to foster positive case outcome and identified and communicated exit strategies to clients. He also provided guidance and recommendations to clients, carriers, and insured individuals.
Mr. Serrano earned his Juris Doctor degree from California Western School of Law. During law school, he was a member of Pro Bono Honors and Public Service Honors Society, and was Chairman of the Board of Representatives for the Student Bar Association. He also served as President, Co-President and Vice President of the Business Law Society. Mr. Serrano earned his Bachelor's degree in Communication, from San Diego State University.
With the ever-growing demand for housing in California, many local governments are turning to Accessory Dwelling Units ("ADUs"). Host Joshua Whiteside joins Lozano Smith attorneys Jennifer Thompson and Kevin Serrano to examine the housing situation in California, benefits and challenges of ADUs to cities and local agencies, ADU requirements, and latest trends.