Laura Lynn Davidson is a Partner at Jacoby & Meyers and an experienced trial lawyer who holds large corporations and insurance companies accountable for their wrongdoing, and is committed to seeing that justice prevails. Her practice focuses on catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, slip and fall and motor carrier liability cases.
Laura has obtained millions of dollars in awards for her clients, including many seven-figure verdicts and settlements throughout California. These recoveries include a $5.1 million jury verdict for a woman who suffered serious orthopedic injuries after the vehicle she was driving collided with a commercial truck that had illegally crossed into her lane; a $2.5 million settlement for a 60-year-old man who suffered severe spinal cord injuries after a waste truck crashed into his mini-van; a $2.3 million settlement on behalf of the family of Alan Mulder, who was killed by an intoxicated woman who claimed Mr. Mulder was contributorily negligent; and a $2.25 million settlement on behalf of a 40-year-old man who suffered severe spinal cord injuries when a delivery van smashed the rear-end of his car.
As both a mother and a trial lawyer, Laura has extensive experience working with younger clients and their parents and obtaining significant verdicts and settlements on their behalf. She obtained a $3.75 million dollar settlement on behalf of a five-year-old girl who suffered a traumatic brain injury when the swing she was playing on at school broke, and a $1 million dollar settlement on behalf of a 16-year-old who participated in a cliff jumping activity at church camp and came home with two broken vertebrae.
Prior to joining Jacoby & Meyers, Laura was a senior associate at a boutique Los Angeles based law firm, where she handled complex business and tax litigation and transactions. Laura is a graduate of the Trojan Horse Trial Workshop, and the Anti-Defamation League's Glass Leadership Institute.
Outside of the practice of law, you will find Laura engaged in helping others through a variety of community activities. She volunteers at her children’s schools, is a member of Alpha Phi Fraternity’s NPC Delegation, is a UCLA Student Mentor and is involved in Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA), Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC) as well as the UCLA Alumni Association.