Bar Admission: 1999, California; U.S. District Court, Eastern and Northern Districts of California.
Justin M. Gingery leads the litigation department of Gingery Law Group, PC. Since passing the California Bar Exam in 1999, Mr. Gingery has represented clients in civil litigation matters with an emphasis on personal injury, wrongful death, product liability, civil rights, public entity and premises liability.
Mr. Gingery has been incredibly fortunate to have some of the best mentors in the legal profession throughout his career. One in particular taught him the importance of making the following commitments: You will be provided with his direct phone number and his email address so you can reach him whenever you need to. In the event you call him during the day and he is unavailable, he will return your call that same day, or first thing the following day. He will always do his best to get back to you the same day. If you have any questions or concerns about your case, he will spend whatever time it takes to make sure you get an answer that you are comfortable with. There are no stupid questions and no questions are off-limits: He wants to know what concerns or worries you. Unfortunately, his answers may not always be positive. As the client, you have the absolute right to know both the strengths and the challenges of your case. He believes that it is not enough for you to know what is happening, but also why. The law can be illogical and intimidating, and it is his job to help you toward an understanding of the legal and factual issues in your case. In dealing with your case, he will listen to your concerns. This is your case, and you need to feel comfortable that you are being helped by a lawyer who tries to understand what you are going through.
University of the Pacific, Stockton
Bachelor of Arts, 1996
University of Aberdeen, King’s College
Summer 1997; Courses: Comparative Evidence and Comparative Law
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, Sacramento
Juris Doctor, 1999
Mr. Gingery is actively involved in community services organizations. He currently serves as the Chairperson of the Rural Roads Committee for the Sheldon Community Association. He is a member of the Free & Accepted Masons, Elk Grove No. 173, the Sacramento Valley Scottish Rite, Knights of St. Andrew, York Rite and is the Central Pacific Regional Commissioner of Clan Donald, USA.
Personal Injury Litigation