JAMES M. LLOYD
For the past 30 plus years, James (Jim) Lloyd has litigated both general and complex litigation cases including bodily and property injury defense, catastrophic injury defense, medical malpractice and products liability defense, habitability defense and construction defect.
Jim has experience in all manner of personal injury litigation, representing commercial property owners, residential property owners, owners of commercial and fleet vehicles, and individual vehicle owners. He has successfully litigated products liability claims, medical malpractice claims, and government tort claims. He also has experience with toxic tort and habitability issues.
Jim is a former co-attorney of record for CIGNA in New York City, and also served as the General Liability Supervising Attorney at AIG Staff Counsel for Southern California. He has successfully tried cases to verdict in New York and California.
Jim started the practice of law in New York City in 1985 and tried his first case that same year representing Otis Elevator to a defense verdict. Jim was admitted to practice law in California in 2006.
Jim also serves as an advocate for children with special needs. He represents children with special needs, including autism and other disabilities, and their families in administrative proceedings, to ensure that each child obtains the necessary individualized services at both home and school. Many of these services, mandated by State and Federal government, can help each child realize its full potential.
- Automobile and Homeowner Bodily Injury and Property Damage Claims
- Commercial General Liability
- Construction Defect
- Professional Liability
- Toxic Tort and Habitability
- Indiana University School of Law: JD, 1984
- University of Notre Dame: BA, 1980
- State Bar of California, 2006
- State Bar of New York, 1985
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