David Loy has a Bachelor’s of Science from the University of California at Santa Barbara, and Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law. He was admitted to practice law in 2006, and is licensed in both state and federal courts in California.
Mr. Loy represents clients in matters involving personal injury, elder and dependent adult abuse, sexual abuse, wrongful death, contract disputes, and administrative-law.
Mr. Loy was the recipient of an Anson Levitan Grant in law school and worked for the Legal Aid Society of San Diego advocating on behalf of homeless people, and families wrongfully denied public health benefits. He was also accepted into his law school’s highly regarded California Innocence Project, where he advocated on behalf of men and women claiming to be wrongfully imprisoned.
Mr. Loy’s work with Beach Cowdrey Jenkins, LLP started in 2005. He is an avid sailor and lives in Oxnard, California, with his wife and two kids.