Jennifer Reiz

Supervising Attorney


Jennifer Reiz is a phenomenal Supervising Attorney in our Pre-Litigation department at Wilshire Law Firm. Ms. Reiz handles premises liability and motor vehicle accident claims. If a lawsuit is necessary, Jennifer is well equipped to fight on behalf of her clients to acquire maximum compensation. Her ability to identify systematic legal issues and develop innovative solutions makes her an integral part of our team. Prior to joining Wilshire Law Firm, Ms. Reiz was an Associate Attorney at a Personal Injury Law Firm. There, she reviewed all incoming personal injury cases, developed medical treatment plans for her clients, and prepared demand packages for the insurance companies. This experience makes her the perfect fit to lead and assist the Personal Injury case manager teams at our award-winning law firm.

Jennifer is recognized by her peers as a pioneer in Pre-Litigation for her extraordinary commitment to her clients and team. In 2021, she was nominated as Super Lawyer Rising Star Honoree and Lawyers Distinction in Personal Injury Law. Ms. Reiz received her Juris Doctorate from Loyola Marymount where she was editor of the International and Comparative Law Review. Jennifer’s reputation for expert legal consultation precedes her as she is admitted to practice in the US District Court of Central District of California and has earned a professional license to administer law in both California and Florida.

Attorney FAQ

What types of cases do you typically handle?

Jennifer handles premises liability and motor vehicle accident claims.

What law school did you attend?

Jennifer received her J.D. from Loyola Marymount School of Law.

What industry memberships do you belong to?

Jennifer is a member of CAALA, and an editor of the International and Comparative Law Review.



  • J.D. Loyola Marymount School of Law
  • B.A. University Maryland College Park



Awards & Leadership Roles

  • 2020 Super Lawyers Rising Star
  • Member of CAALA
  • Editor of International and Comparative Law Review


  • $500,000 – Auto v. Auto
  • $250,000 – Pedestrian v. Auto
  • $250,000 – Motorcycle v. Auto
  • $100,000 – Auto v. Auto
  • $100,000 – Bike v. Auto
  • $100,000 – Auto v. Auto


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