Christopher L. Holm is a litigation/trial attorney with Carrazco Law. Chris has been with thefirm for over five years. He is driven, hardworking, compassionate and works with a desire toseek justice and compensation for his clients. He takes the time to get to know every one of hisclients. His down-to-earth manner and positive outlook, combined with his work ethic (he canoften be found at the office seven days a week), are known to clients, fellow plaintiffs’ attorneysand defense counsel. He takes the time to make sure clients understand the litigation process,and makes himself readily available to clients for any concerns about their case they may have.His efforts have resulted in scores of high five- and six-figure settlements for his clients.
Chris is a transplant to California, coming to the state in 2007 from his hometown of Fairbanks,Alaska to pursue a legal education. Chris grew up in Alaska for 25 years, earning a Bachelor’sDegree in Business Administration / Marketing from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Heattended Western State University College of Law, then transferred to and graduated with a JurisDoctorate degree from Pacific West College of Law in 2012. Chris’s desire to serve and helppeople stems from his family; his father is a now-retired pharmacist, and his mother is a retirednurse. His wife works for a nonprofit homeless outreach company based out of Orange County.
In his time with Carrazco Law, Chris has worked on personal injury cases (auto accidents,premises liability, dog/animal cases), federal civil rights cases, and applicant workers’compensation matters. His primary focus at this time is personal injury. Chris has alsovolunteered with Serve the People in Santa Ana since 2018, helping indigent people withtheir legal questions.
Chris is licensed to practice in all courts in the State of California, the Federal Central District ofCalifornia, and the Federal Southern District of California. He has written briefs for theCalifornia Court of Appeals.
Chris is based out of the Tustin branch of Carrazco Law