Jack Liebhaber

Jack Liebhaber is a Partner at Tyson & Mendes’ Los Angeles office. His practice of 40 years focuses on catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, and fraud defense.

Prior to joining Tyson & Mendes, Mr. Liebhaber was an attorney with several other law firms, including leading his own firm for three years. Most recently, he served as in-house counsel for one of the largest private passenger automobile insurers in California. During his career, he has served as lead counsel of record in more than 100 jury trials. Throughout his career, he has supervised numerous high-exposure and catastrophic cases, sometimes simultaneously, while maintaining the highest quality of defense and forming meaningful, long-term relationships with his clients. Mr. Liebhaber obtained a defense verdict in an admitted liability TBI case. After an 11-day trial, the jury deliberated for only 20 minutes and returned a 12-0 vote in favor of Mr. Liebhaber’s client. After a 10-day jury trial, he also obtained a defense verdict on a pedestrian auto accident case where there were four pedestrians, a wrongful death, serious injuries, and NIED. Mr. Liebhaber has experience litigating against the toughest plaintiff’s firms in the country, including top Los Angeles firms and attorneys. He is very familiar with the tactics they use in trial, knowledge he uses to in developing strong defense strategies. Mr. Liebhaber is an Associate of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) and has been a member since 1998. He is also a member of the Association of Southern California Defense Counsel. He is former faculty for the Jack Daniels Trial School and was invited to be one of the original Settlement Officers at the Los Angeles Superior Court’s Crash Settlement Conference program in West Santa Monica District. He is admitted to practice in the State of California and in the U.S. District Court, Central District of California.

Mr. Liebhaber obtained his J.D. from Pepperdine Caruso School of Law. He obtained his B.A. in Political Science and History from SUNY Binghamton University.