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Doug Fitz-Simmons

Doug Fitz-Simmons

Associate Attorney

Doug Fitz-Simmons is an associate attorney with Chain | Cohn | Clark, who has more than 25 years of experience working with insurance companies on accident and injury cases.

He has decades of experience working in insurance defense as a trial lawyer, and has tried more than 100 cases in front of jury. He worked for 17 years with Allstate Insurance and another 8 years at State Farm Insurance. This experience and deep understanding of the inner workings of insurance companies gives our injured clients an upper hand.

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"I have almost 100 cases that I've tried to verdict, so I'm very comfortbale in front of a jury."

Doug's History

For his work, Doug has been awarded a “attorney of the year” honor for trial excellence out of 40 trial attorneys in a previous law firm. Today, he is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates.

Doug graduated from Westmont College, and attended law school at Pepperdine University. He’s originally from Phoenix, AZ.

Out of the office, Doug is involved with a human needs group that feeds the homeless community.


Email: [email protected]

Phone: (661) 323-4000


  • Westmont College, B.S.
  • Pepperdine University Law School, J.D.


  • California

Testimonials from Doug's Clients

The legal world is a different world. I trusted the staff and attorneys to do a great job, and they did a great job.

I don’t want to say that it a pleasure doing business with the law firm, because it was more than just business. It was a life-changing experience. It truly has been a blessing. They did a wonderful job.

I came in during frightening circumstances, but I didn't feel scared because everyone made me feel at ease. I couldn't have asked for a better team to represent us.

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