Kyle Wunderli is a homegrown Californian whose life pursuits are driven by a love for people and a passion for sports. Raised in a religious household and coached by an accomplished attorney/athlete/father, valuable lessons were learned on the field and through the legal matters discussed throughout his life.
As a young adult, Kyle served a mission for his church in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, becoming fluent in Portuguese and finding a love for the Brazillian people, their food, and family-centered culture. Shortly after his return, he completed his Bachelor’s Degree at California State University of Sacramento in Digital Media Communications.
Mr. Wunderli is a deeply committed family man and got an early start marrying his wife, Celeste, in 2002. Less than 3 years later, they had their first daughter and pro-created 2 more daughters over the next 3 years.
Yes, Kyle had 3 daughters within a 4-year span and never had a son. He is the ultimate Girl Dad and likes to joke that he “Swung 3 times for a boy, and struck out”. He couldn’t be more proud of the team he's been fielding now for more than 18 years.
Kyle has led a successful business life and attributes his accomplishments to certain values he holds above all others. He believes that prioritizing ones values effectively can lead to a healthy and happy life at home and in the business world. Those values are personal autonomy and economic freedom, relentless pursuit of excellence, and continuing education. In fact, his favorite motto as seen in his Twitter profile is “If you’re not learning, you’re losing”.
Mr. Wunderli’s entrepreneurial efforts have led to an extensive knowledge in financial markets, e-commerce, international business, social media, and emerging technologies. He is an avid Bitcoin advocate and believes that technological innovations will continue to help our economy evolve and ultimately improve the human experience.
Kyle received his legal education beginning in 2010 at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California. During his first year of law school, he founded an online retail sales business that required his focus during the day and led him to acquire the remainder of his legal education taking night classes at Lincoln Law School in Sacramento. He obtained his Juris Doctorate in 2013 and passed the California bar exam that year.
Mr. Wunderli founded Big League Law in order to "go to bat" for the wrongfully injured. His firm is the natural extension of his skill set and desire to serve the people of his community. He has a knack for competition and a passion for fighting on behalf of others.
Scott Seegmiller, the Office Manager at Big League Law, brings a unique blend of legal expertise, cultural appreciation, and business acumen to the firm. With a lifelong passion for law and a dedication to helping injured individuals, Scott's background and experiences have shaped him into a valuable asset on the field.
Growing up across the street from his longtime friend, Kyle Wunderli, Scott's journey into the legal profession seemed destined from an early age. Racing go-karts around the neighborhood and sharing common interests in sports, their bond grew stronger as they discovered their fathers had attended law school together. This early connection laid the foundation for their eventual collaboration at Big League Law.
Scott's deep-rooted understanding of personal injury law stems from his upbringing surrounded by lawyers, with several family members sharing his passion for law. This exposure has equipped him with valuable insights into the lives of those who have been hurt and the profound impact accidents can have on individuals and their families.
During his time in law school, Scott honed his skills in empathy and the ability to appreciate opposing arguments, recognizing the value of understanding different perspectives. This emphasis on empathy has fueled his strong desire to genuinely help individuals from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, reflecting his time spent serving a mission for his church in Busan, South Korea. His love for Korea, its language, food, culture, and people has left a lasting impression on him.
In addition to his legal pursuits, Scott explored his creative side as a young man by pursuing acting. He appeared in several independent feature films and, after graduating from the University of Southern California, ventured into producing. This passion led him to establish his own global entertainment company, with offices in Singapore and South Korea. Through these ventures, Scott gained a deep appreciation for the diverse experiences of others and the power of building a synergistic team.
Now, as the Office Manager at Big League Law, Scott combines his legal knowledge, cultural understanding, and business expertise to facilitate collaboration among team members and clients, ensuring phenomenal results are achieved. His dedication to helping others and his commitment to excellence make him an invaluable asset to the firm.
Scott lives in San Clemente with his wife Zoe and their two puppies Daisy and Bruce Wayne. To reach Scott or to learn more about Big League Law, please don't hesitate to contact us.