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Ryan A. Camastra

Attorney

Ryan Camastra is an associate Los Angeles personal injury lawyer with Rose, Klein & Marias’s liability department in Los Angeles, where he handles personal injury and employment matters throughout Southern California. Specifically, Mr. Camastra assists in matters involving automobile accidents, products and premises liability, workplace discrimination and harassment, elder abuse, and wrongful death and termination. Mr. Camastra joined the Firm as a clerk in 2018 and as an associate in 2019 upon passing the California Bar.

Mr. Camastra has concentrated on enforcing individuals’ rights throughout his legal training and career, including the rights of employees, tenants, parents, and children alike. Mr. Camastra has experience:

  • Investigating complaints of discrimination based on violations of the Fair Employment and Housing Act, Unruh Civil Rights Act, and Ralph Civil Rights Act as a member of the DFEH Civil Rights Clinic;
  • Conducting child client interviews for minor’s counsel in dependency court matters;
  • Attending Individualized Education Program meetings with parents and facilitating special education law “Know-Your-Rights” presentations for professionals; and
  • Assisting in litigation related to California Public Records Act compliance on behalf of manufactured home park residents.

Mr. Camastra earned his Bachelor of Music from USC and J.D. from UC Irvine School of Law. In his free time, Mr. Camastra enjoys playing classical guitar, baking, and serving as fantasy football commissioner.

Areas of Practice

  • Personal Injury
  • Premises Liability
  • Employment Law
  • Wrongful Death

Litigation Percentage

100%

Education

University of California, Irvine School of Law

J.D., 2019

  • Associate Editor, UC Irvine Law Review
  • Research Fellow, Lawyering Skills (Legal Research & Writing)
  • Faculty Award (for highest performance): Wills & Trusts
  • Faculty Award (for highest performance): Research Fellow
  • Dean’s Award (for second-highest performance): Negotiations & Mediation
  • Pro Bono Achievement Award (2017-2018)

University of Southern California

Bachelor of Music, 2015