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Unlike most of her peers, Jennifer Fiore didn’t start out with the small stuff. Right out of the University of San Francisco School of Law, she practiced in admiralty and maritime personal injury law, a particularly complex specialty that requires lawyers to master a host of intricate statutes and strategies. It was an area that she had embraced even as a student, serving as editor-in-chief of the Maritime Law Journal. More importantly, it prepared her for the complicated, often technical personal injury cases that Mary Alexander & Associates is known for taking on – and winning. 

Whether she is representing injured merchant mariners, cruise ship passengers, automobile accident victims, or those who have suffered abuse in nursing homes, Jennifer’s goal is always the same: to help those who have suffered. And that’s something she began doing long before she sat for the bar exam. Prior to law school, Jennifer was a business administrator for a San Francisco nonprofit that houses the families of children receiving treatment for life-threatening illnesses. As a first-year law student, she stayed on – juggling studies with work – as the organization’s resident manager. Later in law school, Jennifer represented tenants in eviction cases, and even traveled to Geneva – as part of the school’s human rights clinic – to advocate the abolishment of the juvenile death penalty.

Known for her composure under fire and commitment to clients, Jennifer’s results stand out clearly.  With Mary Alexander & Associates, Jennifer has resolved numerous cases with seven-figure to eight-figure verdicts and settlements. 


Jennifer obtained her law degree from USF School of Law in 1999.  She graduated with a B.A. from the University of California Santa Barbara in 1994. 



Languages spoken: Italian

Practice areas


  1. Personal Injury: 40%
    17 years
  2. Wrongful Death: 40%
    17 years
  3. Maritime: 20%
    17 years



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  • Michael S. Waddington

    I endorse Jennifer. He is a highly skilled attorney that is well respected in the legal community.


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  • Peter M. Young

    Jennifer is a very talented lawyer with excellent analytical and advocacy skills. Mary Alexander's law firm is a pleasure to work with, and Jennifer is a credit to Mary's firm. Jennifer exhibits a passion and commitment to her clients that is unmatched.


    Peter Young Personal injury Attorney
    Relationship: Worked together on matter

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Mary Alexander & Associates, P.C.

44 Montgomery Street, Suite 1303
San Francisco, CA, 94104


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Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Fellow of the American Bar FoundationAmerican Bar Assocation2014
Top 3 Best Personal Injury Practice GroupsThe Recorder2013
Top 40 Under 40The National Trial Lawyers2012
Top 3 Best Personal Injury Practice GroupsThe Recorder2012
Bar Register of Preimminent Lawyers, Mary Alexander & AssociatesMartindale-Hubbell2012
Rising StarSuper Lawyers Magazine2011
Rising StarNorthern California Super Lawyers2010
Rising StarSuper Lawyers - Northern California2009
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Senior AssociateMary Alexander & Associates, P.C.2006 - Present
Of CounselBanning, Micklow & Bull2005 - 2006
AssociateBrodsky, Baskin & Miller, Inc.1999 - 2004
Law ClerkBrodksy, Baskin & Miller, Inc.1998 - 1999
Association namePosition nameDuration
Consumer Attorneys of CaliforniaBoard of Governors2013 - Present
American Bar AssociationN/AN/A
American Association for JusticeN/AN/A
Bar Association of San FranciscoN/AN/A
San Francisco Trial Lawyers AssociationN/AN/A
National Crime Victim Bar AssociationN/AN/A
Public Justice FoundationN/AN/A
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Injured Truck Driver v. Defendant Truck Driver$5.5 million settlement
Roth v. Division 1 All Service, Inc.$45 million judgment
Injured Truck Driver v. Defendant Mechanic$3 million settlement
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Publication nameTitleDate
American Maritime CasesIn re Darin Alan, Inc.2005
American Maritime CasesDavenport v. M/V New Horizon2002
Whittier Law ReviewThe Supreme Court of the United States Has Been Called upon to Determine the Legality of the Juvenile Death Penalty in Domingues v. Nevada1999
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of San Francisco School of LawN/AN/AN/A
University of California - Santa BarbaraN/AN/AN/A
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Golden Gate University School of LawAdjunct Professor - Admiralty & Maritime Law2003