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John Loggins

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Loggins was an active student at California State University at Los Angeles where he published a university book, and having been active in campus politics, was honored as the  Outstanding Student Government member, for selection as a member of the Blue Key National Honorary Fraternity, and to appear in Who's Who in American Universities publication (for which only 10 of 20,000 students were elected.)

Loggins attended and received his Doctorate of Law degree from Loyola University in Los Angeles, where Loggins was selected to serve as Vice-Justice of Phi Alpha Delta national fraternity, an organization which has produced many Supreme Court judges. While attending Loyola Law School Loggins worked as a claims adjuster for Allstate Insurance, but upon graduation in 1970, a Los Angeles law firm which represented accident victims solicited his services and after two years Loggins became managing partner. After three years Loggins accepted an offer to continue with his representing accident victims for a law firm which was expanding into Orange County.  In 1980, the Law Offices of John F. Loggins opened its Long Beach doors, continuing with it's representation of victims of auto, slip and fall, and other types of accidents.

While representing accident victims Loggins, was appointed arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, and for twelve years has found time to occasionally sit as a Judge Pro Tem in Los Angeles Superior Court. Eight years ago Loggins was appointed Deputy Commissioner of Civil Marriages for the County of Los Angeles which involved occasionally performing civil weddings ceremonies at the Hall of Records.

Loggins enjoys lecture opportunities, having lecturered in Los Angeles Law schools on the subject of handling accident claims with insurance companies. The American Bar Association selected Loggins as of two California "personal injury" attorneys to give a presentation to the Kentucky Supreme Court and Kentucky Bar Association convention.

He has authored a "How To" book which is a guide for new Small Claims judges, has contributed to the National Judges Journal magazine, and has written over 200 articles for New Music Weekly magazine concerning legal disputes which has earned him The Outstanding Writers Award