Scott F. Corngold has been a part of the Kegel, Tobin, and Truce team since 2003. Mr. Corngold became a shareholder in the firm three short years later. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley. Mr. Corngold went on to pursue and earn his Juris Doctorate in 1998 from the Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California, Berkeley. He was admitted to the California state bar a year later in 1999.

Immediately after passing the state bar exam, Mr. Corngold was employed by the Law Offices of James Rogers. He was able to represent plaintiffs with personal injury matters. Before joining the KT&T team, Mr. Corngold was in-house counsel for Eyden Document Corporation. While working there, he gained extensive experience in drafting legal content and documents.

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Once a part of the KT&T law firm, Mr. Corngold’s areas of expertise had expanded and now revolve around workers compensation litigation, as well as employment litigation and Labor Code Section 132a claims. Mr. Corngold is also well versed in other areas of employment law such as discrimination claims and Serious & Willful misconduct matters.

With Labor Code Section 132a making it a misdemeanor for any employer to discriminate in any way against an employee who has filed or is thinking of filing a worker’s compensation claim, the stakes are high for both employers and employees when it comes to these allegations. With employment litigation and worker’s compensation litigation being some of the most tedious areas of law, an attorney must be well-versed in these matters. Furthermore, it is equally as crucial that the attorney at hand has got a fantastic support system of paralegals, legal assistants, and administrators. Mr. Corngold is that attorney and the KT&T law firm is that support system.


Long Beach Office
T. (562) 437-1108
F. (213) 383-8346


• Workers’ Compensation Defense
• Labor Code Section 132a 
• Serious & Willful Misconduct


The State Bar of California, 1999


• Bachelor of Arts, University of California, 1993
• Juris Doctorate, University of California, 1998