Josh Bonnici has always had one passion in life: to help people through life’s struggles. Whether it was travelling with his home church to Mexican orphanages, aiding classmates as a teacher’s assistant, or volunteering at a local high school for homeless teenagers, he pursues to aid those in need.
In looking towards his future, he decided in high school that becoming an attorney was his life’s choice. Josh then attended the University of California, San Diego, where he majored in Political Science and took advanced law courses prior to law school. From there, he attended Thomas Jefferson School of Law and worked for a local Plaintiff’s personal injury firm during his schooling. While at TJSL, he worked as a professor’s assistant, coached a travelling and an award-winning alternative dispute team and took part in a volunteer teaching program, teaching homeless high school students at Toussaint Academy.
Drawing from all of his experiences and education, Josh decided to open his own practice where he could focus on helping people with some of their most life-altering situations. Josh understands that navigating the legal waters in a law suit can be daunting, but is dedicated to making sure each client has their case seen through from beginning to end.
In his spare time, Josh enjoys spending time outside, playing with his Jack Russell terrier, watching and playing baseball, weight-lifting, and mountain biking.