Former U.S. Marine John Barwell concentrates his practice defending products liability and personal injury lawsuits on behalf of major corporations and manufacturers. He also represents both plaintiffs and defendants in breach of contract actions and in other business and commercial litigation matters.
Mr. Barwell’s notable experience includes defending several personal injury lawsuits, including catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims on behalf of an international vehicle rental company. He also prosecuted several breach of contract actions on behalf of a prominent Arizona country club.
During his 15 years in the Marines, Mr. Barwell served early on as an infantry rifleman, and later as a combat journalist and public relations practitioner. His service included a combat tour protecting the U.S. Embassy in Mogadishu, Somalia. In law school, Mr. Barwell was active assisting military veterans by spearheading an initiative culminating in Tucson’s first Veteran’s Court, which is designed to assist veterans transitioning to civilian life.