Let the Round Robin Begin!

Adelson McLean would like to thank Michael Fabrega and his father, Frank Fabrega, for connecting the firm with the Rancho Mission Viejo Pickleball Club that held a fundraising round robin pickleball tournament to raise money and awareness for the Parkinson’s Exercise Program (PEP4U).


On June 12, 2022, the Rancho Mission Viejo Pickleball Club held a fundraising round robin pickleball tournament to raise money and awareness for the Parkinson’s Exercise Program (PEP4U). PEP4U operates solely on donations and grants with its sole purpose to help people with Parkinson’s disease build strength, endurance of body and mind to fight the disease and slow its progression. 

For more information:  Parkinson’s | Pep4u Wellness Gym | Orange County.   

“We are making a difference in the life of an individual with Parkinson’s Disease,” Frank Fabrega said.  Our fundraiser raised $11,236 to support PEP4U.  This money will be used to provide FREE classes for Parkinson’s patients.

Group Photo of Volunteers and Players.

“Having seen firsthand the effects Parkinson’s disease can have on people, and with a father who has a passion for pickleball, I knew the Firm and I could stand behind a charity that combines the two and uses pickleball as an avenue to raise awareness toward Parkinson’s,” Michael Fabrega said.

Yes, as a law firm, we often thrive inside the courtrooms. But make no mistake, it’s the rolling-up of our sleeves, the community outreach, and the laughs that leave the lasting impressions for years to follow.

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About Michael Fabrega

Michael’s practice is predicated upon efficiency, precision, and attention to detail. His principles are longstanding and have yielded ascertainable success.

Before passing the California State Bar, he graduated from Whittier Law School as Class Salutatorian (Class Rank: 2 of 170). While in law school, he earned nine (9) CALI Awards, a distinguished award given to the top student in a class.

Michael was also a published member of the Whittier Law Review, preparing an article critiquing California’s “duty” rules in the context of sports-based negligence. His passion for legal writing allowed him to act as lead editor for his last firm’s civil law and motion practice.

Michael is qualified to handle all aspects of tort-based litigation, including claims predicates upon vehicular negligence, products liability, and premises liability. Some of his accomplishments include obtaining summary judgment in an eight-figure products liability action, complete dismissal of a federal wrongful death action pursuant to Rule 12(b)(6), and multiple dismissals of seven-figure punitive damages claims asserted pursuant to Civil Code section 3294.


About Adelson McLean

Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we. Diversity and inclusion are more than just words for us. They’re the principles that guide how we build our teams, cultivate leaders and create a firm that’s the right fit for every person inside of it.

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We hire amazing people with diverse backgrounds, to broaden our perspective and make our firm stronger.

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