Beginning in 2014, Brandon discovered his passion for helping injured victims, ensuring that they are treated fairly, and their injuries are taken seriously. He is dedicated to fighting the insurance companies, their adjusters and lawyers, so his clients can focus on their recovery. He truly believes in the principle that every injured victim deserves direct and continued access to their attorney, not just a paralegal or support staff. Brandon is paving the way for higher standards in Personal Injury law through a tailored approach to meet his clients' needs.
Brandon Lebovitz has dedicated his life to serving the underserved. He is a true advocate that promotes fairness and justice for all.
While attending law school, Brandon volunteered with organizations and participated in events such as Lawyers as Peacekeepers, National Adoption Day, and Wills for Heroes, graduating with a Pro Bono distinction. He also served as President of the Jewish Law Student Association and was a member of the Faculty Diversity Committee.
From 2012-2013, Brandon served on the Board of Directors for One-n-Ten, a local non-profit that serves homeless and impoverished LGBTQ youth. This work included providing housing to homeless youth, developing and growing the nation's largest LGBTQ summer camp, and developing Arizona's first bully-free high school, Q High, where children can learn and earn their high school diplomas in a safe and welcoming environment.
Since 2013, Brandon continues to serve on the Board for the Arizona Jewish Lawyers Association, where he coordinates philanthropic, social, networking, and continuing legal education opportunities.
Brandon has also worked a number of years with children and young adults with special needs. He has volunteered with organizations such as Arizona Special Olympics, Miracle League of Arizona, as well as Gesher Disability Resources for which Brandon has served on the Board of Directors since 2016.
Other charitable and non-profit involvement/events include: "Government to the People", Montecito Community School Playground Project, Citizens' Police Academy Alumni of Scottsdale (CiPAAS), National Kidney Foundation, Susan G. Koman Race for the Cure, Coyotes Charities, Suns 88 Charities, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and Scottsdale Leadership, just to name a few!
Originally, from northwest Chicago suburbs, Brandon relocated to the Phoenix Valley in 2003. While undeniably true to his Chicago roots, Brandon is a proud Phoenician! He has proven to be a diversity competent individual and committed community leader. When not working, Brandon enjoys spending time with his wife, Rachel, their daughter, Layla, as well as their two dogs and cat. Together, they enjoy everything that is outdoors, traveling, and culinary adventures.
"I started this firm because I believe as an injured victim, you deserve access to a law firm and the attorney you hire, which provides the time, attention and detail you deserve. Especially when you have been injured, you need trusted and honest advice. Your healing is top priority, and after we get you well, we will fight to get you the compensation you deserve!"