About Our Firm
Who Get Results
Chaffin Luhana is a plaintiffs-only law firm with a national trial practice focused on representing injured victims in complex pharmaceutical and medical device, product liability, personal injury, and whistleblower cases in federal and state courts across the country.
The founding partners, trial lawyers Eric Chaffin and Roopal Luhana, have an established record of integrity, success, and leadership in the national and regional plaintiffs’ bars. Both are former law clerks and have been appointed by judges to lead important national litigation for plaintiffs. The firm prides itself in providing clients with high-quality representation designed to achieve the clients’ specific goals and needs.
Our high-quality legal team includes former prosecutors, former state and federal law clerks, former large firm defense attorneys, experienced paralegals, and social workers. And, despite our talent, we remain grounded and true to our humble roots, priding ourselves in being compassionate and empathetic toward our clients and communities.
But, don’t take our word on this, see what our clients have to say about us.
Our firm has achieved tremendous success for our clients. Our attorneys have recovered over $1 billion for plaintiffs during the course of their careers, and the firm itself has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for individually injured plaintiffs since 2010.
Our motto is “Doing Good by Doing Right”™ and one of the ways we implement that motto is by sharing our success with the communities we serve, both nationally and regionally, through the Chaffin Luhana Foundation. Stephani Victor who is a former client and Paralympian is the Foundation’s spokesperson. She emulates our ideals and values including integrity, resiliency, success, and perseverance.
Through the Foundation, we have donated to dozens of charities, advanced scientific research of toxic exposure to zinc, worked to combat distracted driving, donated to dozens of charities and provided scholarships to college to many high school students.