The Law Office of
Pyka Lenhardt Schnaider
is dedicated to quickly and efficiently handling
its clients’ legal concerns
by providing exceptional results for a reasonable cost.
Since 1970 the partners of Pyka Lenhardt Schnaider have served the legal needs of individuals, public entities, private business and the insurance industry. Previously located in Los Angeles, Orange and Riverside Counties, our practice is now centrally located in Santa Ana, Orange County. The firm is currently representing clients from the Mexican border to Kern County.
Our firm specializes in civil litigation. Collectively, the partners Pyka, Lenhardt, and Schnaider have tried over three hundred cases and are proud of their successful track record as trial attorneys. Each partner has achieved a prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory “AV” rating, which demonstrates their individual commitment to professional excellence and recognition within the community for the highest levels of skill and integrity. In addition, A.J. Pyka, David P. Lenhardt, and Guillermo Schnaider are members in the highly selective American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).
The firm’s extensive trial experience spans a wide spectrum of civil litigation, with expertise in practice areas including public law (including civil rights, excessive force, premises liability and school district defense), product liability, personal injury, construction defect, employment (including sexual harassment), defamation, electrical injury and burns, mold and toxic tort.
The Law Office of Pyka Lenhardt Schnaider brings a combination of experience, efficiency and sensitivity to each of its clients. We pride ourselves on keeping our clients fully informed of all significant developments in their cases and working closely with them to resolve litigation matters quickly and economically.
When describing the work performed by the PLSZ partners, a large North American insurance company described the benefits of utilizing the services of David Lenhardt, A. J. Pyka and Guillermo Schnaider as follows: