Lauren Adjieff graduated from Arizona State University with degrees in Communication and Political Science. While in college, she had the privilege of working at the Arizona Attorney General’s Office, in the Special Investigations Section, primarily working to resolve matters related to fraud.
While in law school at the University of San Diego, she worked at a civil litigation firm, resolving complex insurance defense matters. One of her fondest law school experiences was working at USD’s Civil Litigation Pro Bono Clinic, defending members of the San Diego community in civil disputes. Lauren also had the honor of clerking in Justice Richard D. Huffman’s chambers at the California Court of Appeal, Fourth Appellate District, Division One, where she researched and wrote judicial opinions on a host of issues.
Lauren defends insurance carriers and self-insured employers in all areas of workers’ compensation, with a focus on resolving claims in an efficient, resolution-driven manner.