Jonathan T. Wren is an attorney providing legal services covering Personal Injury - General: Plaintiff.
Jonathan Wren, who practices law in Charlottesville, Virginia, was selected to Super Lawyers for 2012 - 2023. This peer designation is awarded only to a select number of accomplished attorneys in each state. The Super Lawyers selection process takes into account peer recognition, professional achievement in legal practice, and other cogent factors.
Prior to becoming an attorney, he studied at University of Virginia School of Law. He graduated in 1996. After passing the bar exam, he was admitted to legal practice in 1996.
First Admitted: 1996, Virginia
Professional Webpage: http://www.martinwrenlaw.com/attorney-jonathan-wren.php
- Virginia State Bar Rule of Law Project. Mr. Wren is a regular participant in this program that teaches the importance of the Rule of Law to middle school students in his community.
- Assitant High School Varsity Soccer Coach
- Tandem Friends School, former Trustee
- Second Street Gallery, former director and general counsel
- Children, Youth & Family Services, former director and general counsel
- $540,000 mediated settlement on behalf of a motel guest who was raped by a man who broke into her room through a defective first floor window in search of monoey to buy drugs from a dealer living in another part of the motel.
- $435,000 recovered from multiple installers and servicers of a liquid propane appliance that was improperly installed, leaked, and caused an explosion and toltal fire loss, with no personal injuries.
- $250,000 settlement for a 13 year old girl who suffered serious and permanent injuries when a horse that she was on reared and flipped over on top of her.
- $200,000 combined recovery through verdict and subsequent settlement for personal injuries suffered as a result of a gunshot wound.
- $275,000 present value settlement for a 16 year old boy struck in the eye by a football intentionally thrown at the plaintiff as a joke without warning.
- $200,000 verdict against the plaintiff's automobile insurer that claimed the plaintiff had $100,000 in underinsured motorist coverage when she had requested and believed she had obtained $300,000 in coverage.
- Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, member
- Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Board of Governors
- American Association for Justice, member
- Virginia State Bar, member
- Charlottesville Albemarle Bar Association, member
- Thomas Jefferson Inn of Court, member
- Virginia Bar Association, member
- Super Lawyers: 2012 - 2023
- Rising Stars: 2008