Professional Associations

  • Fresno Industrial Claims Association
  • Professionals in Workers’ Compensation Fresno
  • California Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorneys Association
  • Fresno Bar Association
  • Fresno County Women Lawyer

Admissions

  • State Bar of California – 2016

Education

  • Loyola University of New Orleans, School of Law, JD – 2014
  • Purdue University, BS – 2009

Jennifer M. Trevino

Associate Attorney

EXPERIENCE

Jennifer Trevino, Associate Attorney, joined D’Andre Law at their Fresno office in 2019. She started in workers’ compensation defense in 2017 and her sole focus since becoming an attorney has been representing employers, third-party administrators and insurance carriers in California. She uses her extensive litigation experience to fast-track claims and attain the best settlement possible. She is unforgiving in her mission to make clients lives easier by proactively handling cases and reducing claim exposure at every opportunity. As part of her practice, she makes appearances throughout California’s Central Valley – including the Fresno and Bakersfield Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board.

Ms. Trevino graduated cum laude from Purdue University where she competed as a member of NCAA Division I softball team and excelled as an Academic All-American. She attended Loyola University of New Orleans School of Law and graduated cum laude while serving as President of the National Lawyers Guild and a member of the Loyola Law Review.

Ms. Trevino has a true passion for public interest work. She has served as a law clerk and volunteer attorney at the Southeastern Louisiana Legal Services and the South Bronx Health Program in order to give back to the community and sharpen her legal skills. She also served as an agent for the United States Peace Corps in Panama.

Outside of work, Ms. Trevino is an avid sports fan and enjoys traveling, hiking, and playing mediocre golf.

Professional Activities

Ms. Trevino gives lectures on various workers’ compensation topics including case law updates, affirmative defenses, and fraud.