Mr. Loquaci was born in Fresno, California.  He is married and is the father of two sons.  Mr. Loquaci
graduated in 1973 from the University of California, at Santa Barbara, with a Bachelor of Arts
degree, with honors.  In 1976, he obtained his Juris Doctor, cum laude, from the University of Santa
Clara School of Law.

Mr. Loquaci's practice emphasizes civil trial litigation, both in federal and state courts, which
includes general business litigation and insurance defense litigation involving premises and products
liability, construction and motor vehicle accidents, workplace related claims, including subrogation,
insurance coverage, toxic exposure, franchisor liability, and fraud.

Mr. Loquaci has also given seminars to various insurance groups and investigators on the subject of
how to investigate violence in the workplace claims, including the duty to provide a safe workplace,
negligent hiring and retention, evaluating existing security measures, and privacy issues. In
addition, Mr. Loquaci has given seminars to expert witness groups, on the subject of expert witness

Mr. Loquaci is a member of the State Bar of California, the Santa Clara County Bar Association,
Defense Research Institute (DRI) and Association of Defense Counsel of Northern California (ADC).  
Mr. Loquaci actively serves as an arbitrator and settlement conference Pro Tem Judge in numerous
cases through the Santa Clara County Superior Court.

Mr. Loquaci presently enjoys an AV rating with Martindale & Hubbell

For more information, please send an Email to:
MITCHELL, GINGERICH & LOQUACI, A Professional Corporation

1631 Willow St, Suite 100
San Jose, CA  95125
Tel:  408-264-9822
Fax:  408-266-1859
Fields of Expertise

Business Litigation
General Civil Litigation
Personal Injury Litigation
Trust Litigation
Insurance Litigation
Administrative Mandamus
Inverse Condemnation
Breach of Contract
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