Jonathan J. Lewis and Robyn A. Lewis present an introduction to tort law and dog bite claims, complete with an overview of the case process, preliminary considerations, relevant law, the difference between medical records and the medical report, and general, special and punitive damages along with the assessment thereof.
Jonathan J. Lewis
is the founding partner of the law firm of J. LEWIS & ASSOCIATES. Mr. Lewis is admitted to practice in the State of California and before the United States District Court for the Central District of California. He has successfully handled hundreds of cases in the field of personal injury, including wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, and other accident related cases.
Mr. Lewis’ legal experience also includes a variety of business litigation matters as well as family law issues, including dissolution, child support and custody, spousal support, adoptions, and prenuptial agreements.
Mr. Lewis attended law school at Western State University College of Law, where he graduated second in his class. While in law school, Mr. Lewis received numerous awards for his knowledge and dedication to the study of the law. Mr. Lewis also graduated from the University of California, Riverside with Bachelor of Science degree in Business. Mr. Lewis is a graduate of the famed Trial Lawyers College, located in Wyoming.
In addition to being a long-standing member of Leo A. Deegan Inn of Court, a prestigious organization that is comprised of attorneys and judges, Mr. Lewis is also a member of the Riverside County Bar Association. He is a yearly speaker at its annual “Bridging the Gap” presentation.
Mr. Lewis is native of Southern California, having grown up in Riverside. He is married to Robyn Lewis and has three sons and two daughters.
Robyn A. Lewis
is an attorney and partner of the law firm of J. LEWIS & ASSOCIATES
. Since admission to the bar in 1998, Robyn's practice has focused primarily on personal injury and elder law. She has successfully handled hundreds of cases in the fields of personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, premises liability, and accident related cases. Robyn served as President of the Riverside County Bar Association in 2011-2012, and is a contributing member of the Publications Committee and the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Riverside County Bar Association (“RCBA”). Robyn served as President of the Leo A. Deegan Inn of Court in 2012-2013 - a prestigious organization that is comprised of attorneys and judges. She was the first recipient of the Louise Biddle Award in 2006, which is given to an Inn of Court member for his or her professionalism and dedication to the legal community.