Robert M. Klein

Senior Partner

An accomplished trial lawyer focused on handling and resolving personal injury cases, Robbie’s focus over the last 30 years has been to represent personal injury victims. After graduating from Southwestern Law School in May of 1983, he was promptly admitted to the California State Bar in January of 1984. After working 8 years with the firm of Spector, Buter, Hoberman and Buzard, he opened his own practice in January of 1995, specializing in all matters of personal injury cases, including wrongful death, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, slip and fall accidents, and dog bites. He has successfully represented accident victims in mediations, arbitrations, and trials.

He joins Deldar Legal with an established reputation within the legal community for achieving excellent results for his clients. He pays attention to each client’s case using his legal skills, experience, extensive knowledge of medical terminology, and most of all attention to detail.

Robbie has been active in expanding his professional community. In early 1996, he became involved in ProVisors, which is now a national networking organization that has grown from 300 trusted advisors to over 7,500 trusted advisors. His personality and leadership have allowed him to remain a Group Leader since 2004. Through ProVisors, Robbie has access to many professionals (from law to accounting to real estate to financial planning and many more) which provides numerous referrals and also provides him the ability to refer any client to a trusted professional across the country.

In 2019, Robbie was asked to join Echelon Business Development, as a group moderator and thought leader. Echelon takes business development and growth in a new direction. It is for experienced professional service providers to learn and grow their own networks using “new media.”

Finally, he is on the executive committee of the Solo and Small Firm Section of the California Lawyers Association (formerly part of the State Bar of California.). For 2022-2023, he will be the Chair of the Solo and Small Firm Section. Being active in the State Bar provides him with the opportunity to speak at annual State Bar meetings and/or the Section Education Institute on such topics as handling a plaintiff’s case, law firm technology, legal ethics, and immigration issues in personal injury cases.

Since 2011, he has actively raised money every year (except 2021) by running the Los Angeles marathon. He has run full and half marathons supporting Concern Foundation, a charity that raises funds for early cancer research. This is personal to him since his father died of brain cancer when he was 11 years old and hopes that one day there will be a cure!

Bar Admission

  • State Bar of California, January 1984


  • Southwestern Law School, Juris Doctorate, May 1983
  • University of Arizona, Bachelor of Arts in Accounting, June 1981

Professional Associations

  • ProVisors
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • CLA – California Lawyers Association (Exec. Committee member – Solo and Small Firm Section)
  • Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA)
  • ProVisors as a Group Leader
  • Echelon as a Group Moderator
  • Concern Foundation – raising awareness and fundraising by participating in the LA Marathon

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