James A. Robles
James has experienced successful representation in a variety of civil matters. In addition to working with wills, estate planning, and probate matters, James’ law practice provided him opportunity to work on cases involving contract disputes, insurance disputes, fraud investigation, insurance bad faith, car accidents, property damage, healthcare liens, garageman’s liens, Arizona Vulnerable Adult cases, dog bite injuries, construction defects, home owner associations (HOAs,) defamation (libel and slander,) malicious prosecution, abuse of process, premises liability, dram shop, and wrongful death. James has appeared in most Superior Courts in Arizona and represented people and businesses before several Arizona regulatory agencies including the Arizona Department of Real Estate, the Civil Rights Division and Consumer Protections sections of the Arizona Attorney General.
A life-long resident of Arizona, James earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Arizona in 1994. After working in business for several years, he returned to the U of A to earn his law degree in 2004. James is licensed to practice in all Arizona state courts, the United States District Court for Arizona, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has been admitted to practice pro hac vice in courts in Alabama, Arkansas, and Georgia. Over the course of his practice, James has served on the Board of Directors for the Arizona Association of Defense Counsel (“AADC”) and was President of the AADC’s Young Lawyers Division from 2012-2013. He has also been a member of the bar associations of Maricopa County and Pima County, and the Association of Trial Lawyers (ATLA.)