Our Firm

Bulgucheva Law, p.c. is a firm that represents individual and business clients in a range of issues, from simple negotiations to the most complex litigation.  We offer sophisticated, vigorous, and efficient representation delivering to each client on a service promise to listen carefully, work diligently and deliver results as efficiently as possible. We accept cases on contingency and hourly basis depending on the type of work involved. Click here to request a free consultation. View our current cases.

Lilia Bulgucheva, Trial Attorney

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Practicing law since 2013 Lilia has earned an impressive track record of favorable judgments ranging from individual clients to large multi-plaintiff cases and in 2017, she opened a solo practice in Danville. Lilia obtained her law degree from John F. Kennedy University College of Law during which she worked for the San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris, now one of our US Senators. During this internship Lilia worked on the prosecution of the first criminal truancy case in the State of California. Lilia has been licensed to practice since 2013 and is fluent in English, Russian and Greek.

Lilia has worked on several complex cases, the following are highlights of her past case experience:

  • Represented hundreds of fractional unit (timeshare) owners in rescission actions against real estate developers. Case resolved in confidential settlements.

  • Represented small business owners in several Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) cases against a large insurance company Cases resolved in confidential settlements.

  • Litigated several civil rights cases (§ 1983)against several government entities which resulted n settlements.

  • Handled multiple insurance coverage matters.

  • Litigated a wrongful foreclosure case against a national bank related to violations of the Homeowner Bill of Rights (HBOR).

  • Litigated a case First Transit, Inc. involving a client who was severally injured aboard public transportation (bus). Shortly before the commencement of the jury trial, a confidential settlement was negotiated.

  • Represented a plaintiff who had allegedly been defrauded by a real estate broker that he had hired to handle a loan modification application. After a 7-day bench trial, a confidential settlement was negotiated.

  • Defended a general contractor an involuntary manslaughter charge, length of trial was 8 weeks.