Isaiah A. Jerez, Esq.

Attorney at Law - Fighting for your rights, standing up to the insurance companies, fluent in English and Spanish.


Juris Doctorate - University of Nevada Las Vegas 2009

Bachelors of Science – University of Utah 2003


  • Founder of Jerez Law,  2019

  • Attorney for local injury firm for 7 years

  • Attorney at local insurance defense firm for 2 years

  • Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge Valorie Vega

  • Licensed Attorney in Nevada and Utah      

  • Se Habla Espanol             

Isaiah A. Jerez was born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He graduated from Brighton High School in 1997. He then attended college at the University of Utah graduating in 2003 with a Bachelor’s degree in political science.


For the next 2 years, Isaiah lived in Santiago, Chile where he learned Spanish and served the community.


Upon returning, Isaiah moved to Henderson, Nevada where he attended the Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, graduating in 2009. That same year, he began a clerkship with the Honorable Judge Valorie Vega. Later, he worked for 2 separate firms in Las Vegas learning the ropes as an insurance defense attorney and personal injury attorney. He has been committed to excellence, and has been successfully representing injured parties since 2013.


Isaiah met his wife in college. They have 4 children. In his spare time, Isaiah enjoys cycling, skiing, hiking and camping.


Shannon K. Jerez

Legal Assistant


Bachelors of Science – University of Utah 2003



  • Public Involvement Specialist for the power industry for 3 years

  • Freelance Writer and Editor on different projects throughout the communities in Utah, New Mexico and Nevada.


Shannon was born and raised in Spanish Fork, Utah. She graduated from Spanish Fork High school in 1999. She attended Utah Valley University where she graduated with her associate’s degree in political science and history. She then graduated for the University of Utah with her Bachelor’s degree in mass communications with an emphasis in public relations in 2003.


Shannon then moved to Roswell, New Mexico where she worked for the Roswell Daily Record covering the 2004 presidential election for the newspaper.  In 2005, she began working for the Environment Planning Group, Inc. in Salt Lake City, Utah as a public involvement specialist. She also was a freelance community reporter for the Deseret News.


In 2007, Shannon took sometime off to raise her family of 4. She lives in Henderson, Nevada with her family and enjoys reading, writing, singing and hiking.

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