A Man Dedicated to His Community and Clients – Richard A. Patterson

by | Jul 27, 2020 | Closeup

Owen Patterson & Owen has been a highly successful law firm in the Santa Clarita Valley and further for the past four decades. Working mainly with accident and injury cases they have used their skills to win their cases with million-dollar results. When working with Owen Patterson & Owen it is guaranteed they are standing behind you 110% and are dedicated to winning, no matter how tough the opponent. They are committed to the clients in every way possible to include their skilled and experienced staff, financial resources that allows this practice to conduct extensive investigations, and a reputation that precedes them for getting desired results. At the helm of this firm Richard A. Patterson (Rick) has worked tirelessly to build this company alongside his partners Greg and Susan Owen.
Mr. Patterson graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s in Economics. Soon after he attended the University of La Verne receiving his Juris Doctorate in 1976 and founded his law firm in 1977. He married his college sweetheart, Ann, a special education instructor and they have lived in the Santa Clarita Valley over the past several years where they raised their eight children. Mr. Patterson and his wife have been a part of this community for many years and has have used their influence and resources, through various charitable causes, to make Santa Clarita better for their children and now many grandchildren. Since 1998, Rick has served as president of the Santa Clarita Valley Facilities Foundation, a non-profit public benefit corporation, which has been instrumental in developing school sites for public schools and generating $25 million dollars in assets for the benefit of local schools. In 2014 working with The Santa Clarita Facilities Foundation, he helped raise $1 million for the William S. Hart Union High School District. In a press release from the foundation he stated, “With the assistance of this donation, the William S. Hart Union High School District now has the resources to plan for its brighter future,” said Mr. Patterson. “The district can continue to educate the future leaders of our community and the world with strong academic instruction, in the best school facilities which help foster a positive learning environment.” Mr. Patterson has also been instrumental in assisting in small business affairs. 25 years ago, he founded Valencia National Bank to meet the needs of small business owners of this ever-growing community. Mr. Patterson also served as the president of his favorite charity, the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging, which serves the needs of senior citizens.
Over the years Mr. Patterson has received awards and accolades for his part in community activities as well as his professional prowess in legal services. In 2007, he received the prestigious Dan Hon Memorial Award from The Santa Clarita Bar Association for his part in ousting a self-proclaimed pedophile from the State of California. Mr. Patterson has also been awarded the title of Top 51 influential people of Santa Clarita for eight years in a row. Since he began his practice, he has served as a panel attorney for the California Association of Realtors. He is genuinely interested in the community in which he lives and continues to help build Santa Clarita into a place where its residents can enjoy the protections and benefits of the law.
For more information on Richard A. Patterson and Owen, Patterson and Owen please visit their website www.opolaw.com. If you are in need of a dynamite team that has a reputation for winning their clients millions, please call: 661-799-3899.

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