Jacob K. LowenthalFounder | Managing Partner
Born and raised on the north shore of Maui, Jacob comes from a family lineage of attorneys. Son of renowned trial attorney Philip Lowenthal, Jacob has dedicated his practice to vigorously representing his clients while ensuring strict adherence to the Rules of Professional Conduct.
Jacob is the former President of the Maui County Bar Association. He has successfully argued in front of the Hawaii Supreme Court, securing Hawaii citizens' right to film police while they conduct traffic stops in public.
Over the years, Jacob has honed his practice to focus on the needs of those injured. Despite having secured millions of dollars in compensation for his clients, his practice is rooted in the ideal that representation is more than just compensation. From counseling clients about their medical treatment, to helping them navigate through the insurance maze, Jacob is dedicated to ensuring that his clients benefit from a tenacious advocate in one of the most critical times of their lives. Jacob's promise is to be a partner in those trying times, one who takes the guesswork out of the next step in every case. When he takes your case, you become part of the Lowenthal family.
Jacob's Core Values
When Jacob is your attorney, he will do everything possible to ensure your case is maximized to it's fullest extent and potential. He will keep you informed of every development, every step of the way, and make sure you understand the whole process.
Taking it to trial
Many times, there is pressure to simply settle a case for a quick resolution and to avoid a trial because of fear. But Jacob is a trained trial attorney, and is not afraid of taking your case to trial if necessary.
Jacob goes to great lengths to explain the legal process to his clients, and will always put major decisions in their hands. He understands that this is your life, and that these decisions will affect you, possibly for the rest of your life.
Part of the Family
When you hire Jacob as your lawyer, you are not just getting an attorney. You are receiving a skilled advocate, someone to listen to your grievances, and someone who can counsel you beyond just your case. You are joining an ohana that cares for your well being.