Jeremy Ashworth

Jeremy Ashworth

Phoenix personal injury attorney Jeremy Ashworth was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He served a two year mission to India for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Mr. Ashworth first attended Brigham Young University at Provo where he received his B.S. degree in Psychology. He later earned his law degree from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and was then admitted to the Arizona State Bar.

Mr. Ashworth joined the law firm of Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys, in 2018 where his skills as a trial attorney and negotiator help resolve his client’s cases. He really enjoys fighting for the underdog and representing victims harmed by the negligence of others. Prior to joining Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys, Mr. Ashworth was a bodily injury adjuster with a major insurance company. He has also practiced family law.

How Jeremy Ashworth’s Legal Career Began

His legal career began as a trial attorney with the Attorney General’s Office in the Protective Services Section. There Mr. Ashworth was the lead attorney in several trials involving expert witnesses. Additionally, he has been a mediator in family matters and also civil rights matters.

While in law school he trained in mediation by the Lodestar Mediation Clinic at ASU Law. He use his acquired mediator skills to set up the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Program for students with the Superior Court of Maricopa County.

Furthermore,  Mr. Ashworth also received training in legal negotiations from Judges, Judge Pro Tems, and Court Mediators in a variety of matters. The legal issues he assisted with ranged from criminal charges, to disinheritance cases, to property disputes, personal injury cases, child safety issues, and family matters. These opportunities provided an invaluable learning opportunity to see how to best resolve litigation cases, as well as how legal teams prepare for trial.

Jeremy Ashworth is a part of the ADR section of the Arizona State Bar. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies at the theater, and running.

The offices of Lerner and Rowe and their attorneys believe in respecting their customers.

A customer is the most important visitor on our premises, he is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so.