Jessica Teevan spent nearly ten years litigating complex cases in Los Angeles with the highly regarded defense litigation firm Quinn Emanuel. She specializes in developing trial strategy and crafting winning narratives for both judges and juries. As a defense lawyer, she took multiple cases to trial and remains undefeated in trial verdicts. Jessica is now putting her decade of defense experience to work for plaintiffs that has suffered catastrophic injuries and property damage.
Jessica graduated from the University of Michigan Law School. At Michigan, she was named champion of the Henry M. Campbell Moot Court Competition and received multiple awards of merit for her legal research, writing, and oral advocacy. After receiving her degree, she joined Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, a international litigation firm. While at Quinn, she handled both business and personal matters, including tort, breach of contract, insurance, and employer disputes. In 2018, Jessica also held a position as an adjunct law school professor, teaching written and oral advocacy to upper-level law students.
Jessica is passionate about helping individuals who have suffered wildfire losses or personal injuries achieve the best outcome possible.