700 El Camino Real, Millbrae, CA 94030

Matthew S. Luzaich is a member of the firm’s transactional team. Mr. Luzaich manages the firm’s growing estate planning, probate, and trust administration practice in Chico, California. In addition, Mr. Luzaich will continue to work with the firm’s complex and mass tort litigation team, as he has done for five years, representing victims of disasters, wildfires, and wage theft.

Mr. Luzaich graduated from Golden Gate University Law School with honors in 2013. Mr. Luzaich graduated with distinction from California State University, Chico, earning a B.A. in Criminal Justice with a Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Mr. Luzaich joined the firm’s mass tort litigation team in 2018 representing survivors of the PG&E caused Camp Fire. He participated in the origin and cause investigation, documenting evidence that was later used in the first complaint filed against PG&E. Since the early days of the Camp Fire, Mr. Luzaich worked with our clients to build their cases against PG&E and advocate for their right to compensation. In addition, Mr. Luzaich prepares and reviews wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents for clients. Mr. Luzaich began his legal practice in the area of criminal defense. He has successfully represented clients in the Superior Courts of Butte, Glenn, Sutter, Tehama, and Yuba counties. He was awarded the Butte County Veteran’s Treatment Court Medal for his work with the collaborative court in helping establish the program and in representing clients who suffer from a mental health condition related to their service in the military and face criminal charges.


State Bar of California

Practice Areas:

Estate Planning
Tax Planning
Trust Administration

Academic Credentials:

J.D., Golden Gate University, School of law, 2013
B.A., California State University, Chico, 2009