Richard McCune is a partner of McCuneWright. He has 22 years of experience in representing Inland Empire and Southern California Plaintiffs in product liability, class action, serious personal injury, and business fraud cases.
His trial and settlement success have resulted in his achieving the highest rating possible (AV) from Martindale-Hubbell. He is also a member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum reserved for attorneys achieving multi-million dollar trial or settlement results for their clients. He was one of the select finalists for 2011 California Consumer Attorney of the Year. He frequently lectures at attorney conferences, where he has made presentations on banking class actions, foreclosure class actions, and automobile product liability cases. He was appointed by Judge Selna to the executive committee for the personal injury/wrongful death cases in the high profile Toyota sudden unintended acceleration litigation. As part of representing his clients, he has been featured on numerous news shows, including The Today Show and CNN, as well as quoted and interviewed for wide ranging newspapers and magazines including LA Times, Forbes, Sacramento Bee, San Bernardino Sun and The Economist.
Richard McCune's successful results for his clients include a $203 million class action verdict in 2010 on behalf of the 1.14 million California Wells Fargo Bank customers for unfair bank overdraft fees. He has been involved in numerous settlements and verdicts that have generated over one million dollars for individual clients.
Richard's Featured Successes
class action verdict for unfair bank overdraft fees
national class settlement for unfair bank overdraft fees
catastrophic injuries in car accident
van rollover failure
pickup truck fire
boat carbon monoxide poisoning death
California Bar Association
Riverside County Bar Association
San Bernardino County Bar Association
The American Association for Justice
Attorneys Information Exchange Group
Consumer Attorneys of California
J.D., University of Southern California School of Law, Los Angeles, California, 1987
B.S., Loma Linda University, Riverside, California, 1982