Meet Author and Founder of Levinson Law Group, Gordon R. Levinson
Gordon Levinson knows car crashes. He has successfully represented more than 3,500 people and won almost forty-five million dollars for his clients over a twenty-year span.
Before he founded the Levinson Law Group, Gordon was an insurance defense litigator and an associate in several law firms between 1996 and 2003, then a partner in a personal- injury practice between 2004 and 2007. Since then, Gordon has owned and operated the Levinson Law Group—a practice that specializes in representing victims of life-altering tragedies, or their aggrieved loved ones, in cases involving high-speed and high-impact vehicle collisions.
The missions of the Levinson Law Group are:
- To make the community safer by fighting back against drunk texting and reckless drivers who cause harm;
- To make the community better through charitable giving and volunteer work; and
- To support clients through hardship and injury caused by tragic vehicle collisions.
In all, Gordon has appeared or submitted briefs in more than 30 county superior courts, 3 federal district courts, 3 state courts of appeal, and the state Supreme Court. He is an accomplished trial attorney and is dedicated to advancing the best interests of his clients, and the safety of his community.
Gordon has taken the Levinson Law Group from a little-known local firm to a 5-star practice adored by his clients on Yelp and AVVO, and recognized in San Diego County as a top law firm. When you retain the Levinson Law Group to represent you after a vehicle collision, you are putting years of experience and insurance industry insider information on your side.
Gordon is also a community leader heavily involved in charitable giving through the Levinson Foundation, a longtime supporter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and a member of MADD’s Advisory Board.
Gordon earned his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 1996, where he was a member of the Law Review and a decorated Moot Court competitor. He represented USF School of Law in a notional moot-court competition and received the highest individual score—a perfect 100—in the entire competition.
Outside of the office, Gordon is a musician, surfer, husband, and father. He enjoys coaching youth basketball, traveling, and spending time with his family. For more information, go to www.levinsonlawgroup.com.