Miss Palomares is an attorney and author. She is a part time associate with more ten (10) years of law experience, with the majority of that in workers compensation law doing both applicant and defense work, exclusively handling all aspects of litigated cases from inception to conclusion.
Miss Palomares has experience handling 132a Petitions claims and complex hybrid personal injury and workers’ compensation cases involving third party credit and subrogation. Her excellent legal research and legal writing skills has resulted in dispositive trial motions taking cases from trial back to the negotiation table and settlement.
A graduate of the University of California Los Angeles in May 2004, Miss Palomares received her Juris Doctorate from Lewis & Clark College of Law in May 2009. She was admitted to practice law in California in 2010.
While in law school she was highly involved on campus, taking the lead to co-chair the Latino Law Society, which had been non-existing for several years. She was a board member of her law school’s diversity admissions committee, a board member of the Public Interest Law Project, and a judicial extern to the Honorable Consuelo B. Marshall of the U.S. District Court, Central District of California.
Miss Palomares initiated her legal career at the national law firm Lewis, Brisbois, Bisgaard & Smith LLP in Los Angeles where she defended workers’ compensation claims for large Los Angeles business and other U.S. major corporations.
She is a dedicated and passionate attorney who cares deeply about her work product, her clients and helping others. She is highly involved in community service and mentoring students who want to pursue a career in law.