I took a different road to becoming an attorney. When I first graduated from college, I wanted to work in a job that allowed me to help people, so I naturally went into the teaching profession. I absolutely loved teaching high school chemistry and physics for 11 years. That same desire to help people has led me to become an attorney. I still get to teach people and make complicated topics more understandable, but I also get to help people in a different way. I am lucky that I can help so many people get just compensation for their harms and losses.
I have represented clients through all aspects of personal injury cases from beginning through trial.
J.D. Concord Law School: Number 2 in class
B.S. Chemistry: Brigham Young University
Solano County Bar Association
Consumer Attorneys of California
American Association for Justice
Capitol City Trial Lawyers Association
Past board member for the Santa Clarita Valley Bar Association