Andrew Davies is the principal attorney at A. Davies Personal Injury Law where he focuses his practice on personal injury cases including injury accident, medical malpractice, and elder abuse cases.
A Bay Area native, Mr. Davies graduated cum laude from Santa Clara University in 2002 with a degree in political science and a minor in French language. He subsequently attended Loyola University College of Law, New Orleans where he obtained degrees in both Common Law and Civil Law. In law school, Andrew was a Moot Court staff member and was also a member of a successful Moot Court competition team. In his final year in law school, he competed in the Thurgood Marshall Federal Bar Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C., where he won awards as top oralist and brief writer. While in law school, Andrew worked as a trial section Law Clerk at the Office of the District Attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana. Upon graduation from Loyola, Andrew was selected as a member of the St. Thomas More American Inn of Court and the Order of Barristers for his professionalism and excellence in oral advocacy and brief writing. Andrew also gained experience in the areas of tax and estate planning law.
Following graduation from law school in 2007, Mr. Davies returned to the Bay Area. He earned his license to practice law in 2008 and has since dedicated his practice to advocacy for individuals who have been injured due to others’ fault. After working with a boutique Bay Area personal injury law firm for nearly 15 years, he opened A. Davies Personal Injury Law in 2023. As a litigator, Mr. Davies has sharply honed his discovery, litigation, and courtroom skills, and is able to independently handle matters from intake to final resolution.
Andrew’s interest in personal injury advocacy stems from his background as a competitive cyclist. His experience working in bicycle shops as a youth where he assembled bicycles, his profound knowledge of the sport and industry, and his passion for winning as a champion racer provide him with unique insight and advantages when it comes to litigation and bicycle accident cases.
Since 2009, Andrew has also been an adjunct professor of law, teaching Moot Court and Legal Writing at San Francisco Law School and Pacific Coast University. Andrew was honored as the San Francisco Law School Professor of the Year in 2010 and again in 2015.
Outside of his work, Andrew continues to enjoy cycling, music, traveling and spending time with his wife and children.