Sana Shah is a Senior Associate Attorney in the Long Beach office. She prioritizes client communication, efficient and cost-effective case resolution, and strives for an expeditious conclusion to litigation.
Admitted to the State Bar of California and the Federal District Courts in California in 2010, majority of her career focused on the realm of workers’ compensation law. Prior to joining the distinguished team at Albert and Mackenzie, she honed her expertise as a dedicated workers’ compensation defense attorney spanning throughout California.
Within her career, Sana has demonstrated a remarkable ability to dismantle alleged necessitations of supplementary panels, leveraging her expertise of objective medical markers that pertain to the acceleration or exacerbation of secondary conditions. Collaboratively inclined and known for her integrity, Sana has fostered enduring relationships with applicant attorneys, laying the foundation for fruitful discussions and the early resolution of claims.
Sana was inspired to pursue a legal career in fourth grade, when she wrote a book report on Sandra Day O’Connor. Her enthusiasm for litigation, negotiation, and the art of case resolution is palpable, infusing her work with an infectious energy that propels favorable outcomes.
- Pepperdine University School of Law – Juris Doctor
- University of California, Los Angeles – BA in Psychology and BA in History
- State Bar of California