Phil is one of Harris Personal Injury Lawyers leading trial attorneys.

This month we’ve decided to spotlight Phil Alexander from our Oceanside location. Philip Alexander began his dream of becoming an attorney in high school. He was immediately inspired by his father and truly wanted to help people.  Phil completed his undergrad education at Brigham Young University and then went off to Penn State College in Pennsylvania to receive his Juris Doctorate. But that wasn’t it for Phil, he continued his education at the Law School at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. and received his Master’s in Law degree.

Phil’s successes with Harris Personal Injury Lawyers directly correlate with his passion for helping injured people. Phil has been with Harris Personal Injury Lawyers for almost a decade and represents injured victims in the San Diego area. Phil has many years of litigation experience and has successfully won six and seven figure case settlements. Phil is a father to three children and enjoys traveling the world with his wife. The team at Harris Personal Injury Lawyers is honored to have an attorney like Phil on staff.

What schools did you go to? “BYU, Penn State, and Georgetown”

What do you like most about being a PI attorney? “I love not having to use the billable hour. Working on a contingency allows clients the freedom to call me or email me whenever they want. It helps build a relationship with a client, and lets them call me at their leisure.”

What are you the most passionate about?  “Traveling.”

What is your philosophy when representing a case? “I want every client to feel comfortable. I try to be available in person, on the phone, or via email to discuss their case anytime so that they are ultimately comfortable with the litigation process.”

Favorite food? “Japanese.”

Favorite place to vacation? “Italy.”

Favorite band/concert? “Radiohead.”

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