Mendez PLC

Lori R. Mendez – Principal Attorney

Ms. Mendez graduated from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1989, and for over 34 years she has represented victims of serious and catastrophic injuries, doctor and hospital malpractice, wrongful death, and employer abuse in San Diego. Ms. Mendez CARES DEEPLY for her clients, and only takes on a limited number of cases so she can give each client the personal attention they deserve throughout each aspect of the claim process and litigation. Our mission at Mendez PLC is to consistently provide the best legal service possible to obtain the maximum recovery for each of our clients, while treating our clients professionally and with respect.

Ms. Mendez is a long-standing member, and current Board of Director member, of Consumer Attorneys of San Diego, and a longtime member of the San Diego County Bar Association, holding leadership positions for over two decades, including leading and taking part in community outreach events to benefit people and the environment here in San Diego.

Ms. Mendez STRONGLY BELIEVES in giving back to the community. She is the past chair of the San Diego County Bar Association’s Children-at-Risk Committee, the Community Service Committee, and the Animal Law section. Her law office is a proud supporter of the BECA Foundation.

Ms. Mendez is a proficient Spanish speaker. You can reach Ms. Mendez directly by calling (858) 205-2433 or by filling out the form below.

Jaime R. Mendez – Case Manager

Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, Jaime Mendez is bilingual; fluently speaking, reading, and writing in both Spanish and English. Mr. Mendez has lived in San Diego for over 60 years. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1986. After graduating from U.C.S.B., Mr. Mendez moved back to his hometown of San Diego. He has worked in the fields of criminal law, employment law, and personal injury for over 35 years; standing up for victims of serious and catastrophic injury, employment discrimination, and employer abuse. Mr. Mendez is instrumental in running the day-to-day operations of the office, and he has a strong connection to, and a unique understanding of, the Hispanic/Latinx community. Jaime Mendez is proud to be able to help our clients in their native language.

Mr. Mendez has served as a mentor to students at Clairemont High School’s Academy of Business and Technology through the San Diego County Bar Association’s Children-at-Risk partnership program, engages in read-ins with at-risk youth, and also supports the BECA Foundation. You can call Mr. Mendez directly by calling (619) 549-4542 or reach him by filling out the form below.

More About Mendez PLC

We, at Mendez PLC, focus on handling the following types of cases for our clients:

  • Fighting for and Supporting Victims of Serious and Catastrophic Personal Injuries from auto, truck, tractor-trailer, bus, motorcycle, bicycle, and pedestrian collisions, slip/trip and falls, dog bites and attacks, and dangerous conditions of public and private property due to negligence.
  • Guiding Injured Workers who have suffered brain injuries, spine injuries, fractures, and other serious injuries while on the job caused by negligent or reckless uninsured employers or others, so they can achieve the best possible physical and legal result.
  • Advocating for Spouses, Children, and Parents in Cases of the Wrongful Death of a Loved One.
  • Relentlessly Representing Victims and Families of Victims of Hospital and Doctor Negligence, including failure to diagnose and properly treat, and surgical and postsurgical errors, resulting in birth Injuries, such as cerebral palsy, brain and spinal cord Injuries, and other debilitating injuries.
  • Additionally, we work closely with other attorneys in the San Diego legal community who specialize in workers’ compensation, unfair labor practices, immigration, probate, and elder abuse law.

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