Mandegary, Mohammed S. Partner

Mandegary, Mohammed S. Partner

Practice Focus

Mohammed Mandegary is a member of Tressler LLP’s Business and Corporate Services, Insurance Services and Trial Practice groups. He is a litigator with experience in a wide variety of commercial and civil disputes.

Mohammed focuses his practice on litigating complex civil, commercial, insurance coverage and bad faith disputes. In addition to representing insurance companies on a wide range of insurance issues, from preparation of coverage opinions to litigation of cases through trial and handling appeals, he represents individuals and corporations in various contract and commercial disputes. On behalf of insurers, he has litigated a wide range of insurance matters in declaratory relief, rescission, reimbursement, contribution and bad faith actions in both state and federal courts. He is consulted on various insurance aspects, including policy interpretation, underwriting, monitoring underlying lawsuits, policy limit demands, policyholder cooperation and Civil Code Section 2860 independent counsel issues.

Mohammed regularly utilizes alternative dispute resolution options to achieve favorable results for his clients in the most cost-effective manner possible, including mediation and arbitration of complex multi-party matters to successful resolution.

Professional Background

Prior to joining Tressler LLP, he was a litigator with a central California law firm well recognized for its insurance coverage practice. 

While in law school Mohammed served as Executive Notes and Comments editor for the California Western International Law Journal. 


Representative Experience

  • Unigard Insurance Company v. Harco National Insurance Company, et al., CA1/2, A141452 (Cal. Ct. App. 2016)
  • American Cas. Co. of Reading v. Yo-Ty; Rahn Industries and Travelers,Case No. B276026 (Cal. Ct. App., 2nd District, 2017)
  • Unigard Ins. Co. v. Harco National Ins. Co., 2016 WL 3750199 (Cal. Ct. App., 1st District, 2016)
  • Fireman’s Fund Ins. Co. v. Heller, et al., 2016 WL 3960035 (Cal. Ct. App., 2nd District, 2016)