Top rated Personal Injury attorney in Newport Beach, CaliforniaRoberts | Jeandron Law
In 2013, Michael Jeandron joined what is now known as Roberts | Jeandron Law, and since that time, he has devoted his legal career to helping people who have incurred significant losses as the result of the negligence of other parties. He practices out of the firm’s offices in Newport Beach, California, and his clients come from Orange County and its surrounding areas.
Mr. Jeandron has obtained millions of dollars in compensation for his clients through both jury verdicts and settlements that he has negotiated outside of the courtroom. In one case that received a great deal of attention, a jury awarded a woman who was injured while participating in a run/walk event for charity more than $1 million. The basis of the verdict was that the defendant that had designed the route did so in a negligent manner, causing the client to fall while trying to avoid a construction zone. The city that had authorized the event had settled with the woman prior to the verdict.
Mr. Jeandron’s caseload has also included motor vehicle crashes and premises liability claims, and he has been able to obtain similar positive results. His successful track record has led to a great deal of recognition from his colleagues, including his receipt of a 10 “Superb” peer review rating through Avvo. In addition, Mr. Jeandron has been named to The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 Under 40. In 2019, Mr. Jeandron was named the "member of the year" by the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association.
After graduating from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a Bachelor of Arts in political science, Mr. Jeandron spent several years as a spokesperson for the Riverside County District Attorney’s Office. He then enrolled at Western State College of Law, and he served on the Western State Law Review before receiving his Juris Doctor cum laude.
Mr. Jeandron currently served as Treasurer for the Orange County Trial Lawyers association and is slated to become president of the organization in 2027.
Mr. Jeandron was admitted to the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) in 2023.
Mr. Jeandron was named as the 2023 Trial Lawyer of the Year - Young Gun by the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association.
Practice areasPersonal Injury - General: Plaintiff
Brain Injury, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Personal Injury - Plaintiff, Premises Liability - Plaintiff, Slip and Fall, Trucking Accidents
- 100% Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff
First Admitted: 2014, California
Professional Webpage: https://www.robertslawfirm.net/attorneys/michael-jeandron/
- UCLA with a B.A. in Political Science, 2006
- , Selected to the National Trial Lawyers list of Top 40 Under 40 Civil Litigators - Personal Injury, 2018
- Every year, local trial lawyers are commemorated for their remarkable achievements at OCTLA's annual Top Gun Trial Lawyer of the Year Awards Program. These individuals have demonstrated exceptional trial skills, commitment to their clients, and dedication to the principles of legal ethics and preserving access to the civil justice system. As a result, these attorneys have obtained outstanding results on behalf of the clients that they represented. OCTLA is proud to recognize the accomplishments of the following distinguished members of the legal community., Top Gun Trial Lawyers of the Year - Young Gun , Orange County Trial Lawyers Association , 2023
- Avvo Client’s Choice Award, 2015
- Board Member of the Year, Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, 2019
- Through OCTLA, helped raise over $200,000 for Operation Helping Hands. , 2022
- Donated firm hours to pro-bono cases through Veterans Legal Institute, 2020
- Raised money for Big Brother's Big Sisters of Orange County, 2019
- Raised money for The Center for Autism, 2019
- $5.3 Million Dollar Riverside County jury verdict on a spine injury arising from a T-Bone traffic collision. , 2022
- $293,400 Orange County jury verdict for on a minor impact soft tissue case. Defense asked the jury to award zero dollars because of the minor impact. Jury awarded every dollar that Mr. Jeandron asked them to award in closing. , 2023
- $1.34 million dollar Los Angeles County jury verdict against the County of Los Angeles when a deputy sheriff driving a bus turned left into the plaintiff. The impact was minor and the plaintiff said she was fine at the scene of the crash. , 2022
- $199,295 Jury Verdict: Edwards v. Enterprise Rent a Car Company Case Number: BC497423 (Los Angeles County), 2014
- $2,000,000.00 Policy Limit Settlement for the family of a man that was killed in a motorcycle collision, 2020
- 1M Jury Verdict - Hollowell v. Roadrunner Sports: Trial Attorneys Jeffrey T. Roberts and Michael Jeandron, of The Roberts Law Firm, secured a 1.02 million dollar jury verdict in Orange County Superior Court on May 24, 2018. After a two week trial, the jury found that Roadrunner Sports Inc., a chain retail store, was responsible for negligently designing a 5K run/walk route through a construction zone. A woman participating in the 5K tripped and fell on a .67 inch uneven surface while walking. She broke her knee cap and passed out from the pain. The jury awarded the full medical bills ($29,026.29) and 1 million dollars for pain and suffering. Defendants last highest offer a week before trial was $55,000. Plaintiff offered to settle for $500,000 (C.C.P 998) three months before trial and the offer was ignored. The jury trial was phase two of a bifurcated trial in which phase one dealt with the enforceability of an electronic waiver that Roadrunner Sports Inc. claimed the plaintiff signed online. The judge ruled that the electronic waiver was unenforceable and phase two commenced 30 days later, 2018
- $390,000 Jury Verdict: Hendry v. 7-Eleven Case Number: BC524077 (Los Angeles County), 2015
- $312,599.92 Jury Verdict: Gupta v. Wholesome Choice Inc. Case Number: 30-2014-00715684-CU-PO-CJC (Orange County), 2016
- 1.5M Jury Verdict - Kirwan v. Gupta Case Number: 30-2015-00800724-CU-PA-CJC (Orange County), 2016
- $1.34M Jury Verdict Villalobos v. County of Los AngelesDefendant's Highest Offer: $250,000. Description: Admitted liability minor impact side swipe between a Sheriff’s department inmate transport bus and Plaintiff’s Mercedes CLA 250. No airbags deployed, no EDR event recorded, car was drivable, and Plaintiff told everyone she was “okay” at the scene. Four days later she went to the chiropractor with neck pain and reticular symptoms. She underwent cervical spine MRI and two epidural injections. Then she stopped treating for 28 months. She returned to a neurosurgeon consultation. Surgery was recommended at C4-5, above where she preciously had surgery at C5-6. She delayed again until six years after the crash decided to undergo a C4-5 adjacent level surgery above her prior fusion. Plaintiff’s doctors testified that the prior fusion made her more susceptible to injury in a minor impact crash and that the MRI 2.5 months after the crash showed there were acute changes when compared to an MRI prior to the crash. Defense hired a biomechanical engineer to explain that the Delta V would be less than a 1 and would be the equivalent force on the body as sitting down in a chair. Defense hired an orthopedic surgeon to testify that the MRIs showed no acute changes and she would have needed the adjacent level surgeries anyway given her prior neck fusion. In the end, the jury awarded compensation for the neck fusion 6 years post crash and one additional fusion at the C6-7. , 2022
- A little about Michael Jeandron..., About Michael Jeandron , Legal, 2023
- This was a legal article discussing the case law developments regarding the Privette Doctrine. , Author , New Developments in Understanding and Avoiding Privette, The Gavel Magazine , Trial Lawyers, 2023
- Moderated a panel of lawyers and a judge regarding how to properly conduct discovery in the litigation process during the Palm Springs Seminar Virtual Conference. , Moderator , Discovery , Consumer Attorneys of California - Palm Springs Seminar , Trial Lawyers, 2021
- Moderated a panel of lawyers and a judge regarding the use of written persuasion in litigation. At the Palm Springs Seminar at the Omni in Rancho Mirage. , Moderator , Consumer Attorneys of California - Palm Springs Seminar , The Power of the Pen, Trial Lawyers, 2022
- Admitted to the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), 2023
- Member of the Board of Directors for the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, 2020
- Elected Parliamentarian of the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association
- Member of the Board of Directors for the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, 2019
- Member, Orange County Bar Association, 2014 - Present
- Member, Consumer Attorneys of California, 2014-Present
- Personal Injury
- Wrongful Death
Office location for Michael Jeandron
5000 Birch St
Newport Beach, CA 92660
- Rising Stars: 2021 - 2023