Joel Robbins specializes in serious personal injury, wrongful death, and Civil Rights cases, though he has responsibly represented his clients in cases ranging from construction accidents, automobile cases, and even a serious hot air balloon accident. In these and other significant cases, Joel has worked hard to help return dignity to his clients following their serious injuries. Usually he finds himself pitted against big defendants represented by big law firms who refuse to accept responsibility for their actions. “We are reasonable but firm. We can’t rebuild lives if we are afraid to go to trial and ask juries to do the right thing,” says Robbins.
Robbins graduated from the University of Arizona (U of A) Law School in 1986 and was a member of the Moot Court Board. He graduated from the U of A with a business economics degree (cum laude) in 1985 and received the Pat Shelly Memorial Award for service to the University of Arizona. Following law school, Robbins went to work for the firm of Burch & Cracchiolo. After leaving the firm, he formed his own law practice and litigated numerous jury trials, becoming proficient at representing clients in personal injury cases.
Since 1993, Joel has been married to his wife Cathy who teaches art at Xavier College Preparatory. Joel enjoys hiking, playing basketball and hanging out with his family, including his two children, Ben and Laney.