Charles C. Kelly II

Charles C. Kelly II

Charles Kelly is a partner with Hersh & Hersh in San Francisco. He received his JD from Indiana University at Bloomington School of Law (Bloomington, Indiana) in 1985. He litigates catastrophic injury cases in diverse areas including premises liability, product liability, and medical negligence. In his spare time, he practices Thai kickboxing, snowboarding, as well as hiking and mountain climbing. Visit for more information.


Articles written by this author:

Attacking the token 998 offer

The authors argue that token offers violate the policy behind Section 998, are therefore void and do not entitle defendants to expert costs

Charles C. Kelly II
Bethany Caracuzzo

2009 May

Investigating a juvenile-product defect case

Be prepared: the defense will always place the focus on the conduct of the parents, not the product

Charles C. Kelly II

2013 March

Your discovery plan for a juvenile-products-liability case

Tailoring your discovery to prove the case when a child is injured by a dangerous product

Charles C. Kelly II

2013 November