Andrea M. Nichols

Andrea M. Nichols

San Diego, California

Andrea M. Nichols has been serving the legal community for over 15 years handling both plaintiff and defense litigation, giving her unique insight to fighting insurance companies and corporations. Ms. Nichols has represented clients in a wide variety of cases involving personal injury, auto, premises liability, employment law, general litigation, and intentional and negligent torts. Ms. Nichols believes that every client has a right to be heard and listened to and plays a vital role in contributing to their case. She also believes that every client has a right to an attorney who recognizes that every case, every situation, and every client is unique, and that the client is a vital part of their case and understanding their goals.

Raised in San Diego, Ms. Nichols now lives with her two children and husband in the city she adores. She was inspired at the age of 7 to become an attorney by an attorney who helped her family with adoption, and never wavered from that goal.

After graduating from UC Irvine with honors, she attended law school in Michigan, where she was trained in mediation and acted as a mediator; worked for the City Attorney's office in Warren, MI both representing the City in the courts as well as working with City Council to prepare resolutions for a variety of issues. Ms. Nichols has dual licensing in California and North Carolina, however, is currently on inactive status in North Carolina.

Initially, Ms. Nichols began representing plaintiffs in personal injury, and after moving to North Carolina on military orders, returned to San Diego and was a defense attorney for several years. Ms. Nichols has returned to her roots at Guy Levy Law representing plaintiffs.

When not in the office, Ms. Nichols loves spending time with her family, hiking, camping, playing sports, and crafts. Ms. Nichols also enjoys listening to books on tape, and given the opportunity and time, traveling. Ms. Nichols also volunteers at her church as a Eucharistic Minister and Sunday School teacher.

Additionally, Ms. Nichols has mentored military spouses in navigating military life to make it the most meaningful and successful. Ms. Nichols is grateful for the opportunity to serve her community both in her legal career and in light of her civic duties as a member of the community.