Timothy B. Armstrong

A graduate with Honors from the University of California at Los Angeles in 1982 and from Loyola University School of Law in 1985. Mr. Armstrong began his legal career with the law firm of Matthew, Hodges & Kelley handling civil litigation. In 1987 he became an associate with Johnson, Rifenbark & Wylie, handling both workers compensation and civil liability, as well as subrogation matters. In 1998 Mr. Armstrong, and Jeffrey Sigel, formed their own firm to represent employers in all aspects of workers compensation and subrogation matters. Mr. Armstrong makes presentations to self‑insured employers, personnel directors, risk managers, and other attorneys concerning current changes and trends in the workers compensation field. These seminars and presentations are made both on an informal basis and in more formal settings as arranged by Lorman Education Services. In addition he presents seminars to general contractors on behalf of the Associated General Contractors of California and Safely & Health Council. Mr. Armstrong has been certified by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization as a Certified Specialist in Worker’s Compensation Law.  Mr. Armstrong has served on the committee of graders for the specialization exam given by the California State Bar in Workers Compensation Law. He has been nominated by his peers and recognized by Super Lawyer Magazine from 2006 to the present. Mr. Armstrong serves as a Judge Pro Tem at the Pomona Workers Compensation Appeals Board.