Mr. Barranon is a native of Long Beach, CA. He attended California State University, Long Beach where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. During this time, Mr. Barranon also developed an interest in the legal field; he began working as a hearing representative before Social Security administrative judges. His ability to analyze facts and make persuasive arguments led him to become a successful advocate for the disabled.
Mr. Barranon transitioned into workers’ compensation in 2011. He has been on the defense side since 2013, and while working full-time as a paralegal, Mr. Barranon completed his Juris Doctor from Pacific Coast University School of Law.
Mr. Barranon handles all aspects of workers’ compensation including representation of employers, insurance carriers, third-party claims administrators, and professional employment organizations.
Mr. Barranon also has a passion for helping the underprivileged communities. He is currently involved with KIND, a leading national organization advocating for the rights of unaccompanied migrant refugee children in the U.S., providing pro bono representation in immigration and state court.
Mr. Barranon is an avid golfer and likes to hit the links in his spare time. His weekends are consumed with his son’s travel baseball team and introducing his two-year-old daughter to sports.