The Sacramento attorneys and staff at Eason & Tambornini, A Law Corporation take a tremendous amount of pride in representing individuals in workers compensation law, personal injury law, social security law, and wage and hour law including meal and rest break issues. We are rated by our peers as one of the top law firms in Sacramento, and our client reviews are some of the best in the area.
We believe that listening to and truly understanding a client’s needs are the key to successful representation. By focusing on our clients’ true problems, concerns, and needs, we strive to fashion a remedy that provides the best result for the client in the quickest amount of time, and with the most positive financial impact.
Our attorneys aggressively work towards ensuring that our clients’ questions are promptly answered, that clients are up-to-date with progresses in their cases, and that clients are active participants in all substantive decisions.
Eason & Tambornini was awarded an AV Preeminent Rating by Martindale-Hubbell as a result of outstanding reviews by Sacramento Attorneys and judges in the community. The firm maintains an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and a member of the firm was awarded the prestigious “Clients’ Choice” award by AVVO. One of the many things that distinguish Eason & Tambornini from other Sacramento attorneys is that we take a personal hands-on approach to your matters. While we employ a staff of well-trained and experienced legal assistants, your matter will be personally handled by one of our firm’s senior attorneys who are regularly available to meet and discuss any issues with you.
Our lawyers also take pride in advocating for our clients not only in the courtroom or with insurance companies, but also by seeking legislative change. We not only provide financial support to various consumer activist organizations, but we personally get involved with meeting with legislators and congresspersons to seek favorable legislative changes. Our senior attorneys have 60 combined years of experience working for consumers and small businesses, and each of them was previously employed with large firms that represented insurance companies. Having worked for insurance companies in the past, we understand exactly the tactics and methods employed by those entities to avoid paying individuals and consumers what they deserve to be paid. That experience has proven to be invaluable to actively represent our clients against those same insurance companies now.
Kyle K. Tambornini and Matthew R. Eason first met in high school over thirty years ago, and their mutual respect for one another helped them navigate the rigors and challenges at McGeorge School of Law as roommates. While in college and law school, they met their wives: Jennifer Eason an attorney in the firm who focuses on representing injured employees in workers compensation cases, and Michelle Tambornini serves as the firm’s bookkeeper.
After law school, Kyle K. Tambornini, Jennifer A. Eason, and Matthew R. Eason each worked for large Sacramento law firms, representing large corporate clients, insurance companies, and governmental entities. While those experiences proved to be an invaluable insight into how large businesses and governmental entities operate, it did not provide the attorneys with job satisfaction.
In 1994, Matthew R. Eason and Kyle K. Tambornini left the large firms and began the more rewarding endeavor of representing individual and small businesses in personal legal matters. In 1996, the two formally joined forces again, and have remained in business ever since and are now joined by their wives.
Matthew R. Eason and Kyle K. Tambornini have been friends for over 30 years, business partners for nearly 20 years, and each married to their respective spouses for over 20 years. Those long-term relationships are testaments to their commitment to developing and maintaining positive relationships. If you are interested in hiring a personal attorney, we hope that you will contact one of the attorneys at Eason & Tambornini. We look forward to helping you!