In compliance with state and local orders, Levinson Law Group shall faithfully carry out its duty to advance public health and support our clients’ access to vital medical care for their injuries during this pandemic. We are working with an elite group of local healthcare providers to supply much-needed medical treatment to our injured clients […]

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Were you hurt in a vehicular collision and you’re unsure about who’s going to pay for everything? Did this accident occur because of someone else’s reckless, impaired, or just distracted driving? Have you been unable to work after your accident, causing bills and other financial expenses to build up? These are all serious problems that […]

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) new study provided encouraging statistics on ignition interlock device usage.  States requiring all DUI offenders to use a device before driving showed an increased in lives saved. Repeat drunk driving offenders are often ordered to install an interlock device. The device connects a breathalyzer, to the vehicle’s ignition system. Drivers […]

The Levinson Law Group proudly announces a $1,200 donation from the Max and Anna Levinson Foundation in support of the Autism Tree Project Foundation (ATPF). ATPF, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, started in 2003 to improve communities throughout San Diego County. The charity helps families affected by autism through Education, Advocacy, Early Intervention Preschool Screening, Research, and Mentoring. The Autism […]

The Levinson Law Group is proud to announce that the Levinson Foundation has just donated a $1,000 grant to support the Military Spouse Association of Camp Pendleton(MSACP). The mission of the MSACP is to promote companionship while supporting social, education and community initiatives through philanthropy and service to improve the Camp Pendleton community. Every year the […]

Carlsbad auto accident attorney Gordon Levinson of Levinson Law Group has been a supporting sponsor of the Walk Like MADD walkathons since 2005. This annual event allows MADD staff and volunteers to provide emotional support and assistance to victims and families, show their support for law enforcement, work with legislators to toughen laws, and support the development of […]