Aliza has been an associate attorney at Hinden & Breslavsky since 2017. She has always known that she wanted to help others; at the firm, she is committed to tirelessly fighting for her clients and providing them with the compassionate, personalized legal representation they need. She takes the time to explain the California workers’ compensation system to her clients so that they both know what they are fighting for.
Aliza grew up in San Diego, California. She attended U.C. Berkeley, where she focused her studies on the intersection of disability rights, justice, and access to healthcare, majoring in Peace and Conflict Studies and minoring in Disability Rights Studies. Following this, law school was a natural next step. Aliza earned her Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles in 2016 and was admitted to the State Bar of California the same year. Her desire to focus on healthcare rights led her to pursue a master’s degree in bioethics.
When it comes to preparing a difficult case, Aliza believes that details are key. She conducts thorough reviews of her clients’ case files and medical reports and ensures that her clients fully understand all of their rights and legal options. Aliza works directly with her clients, discussing the details of their cases and answering any questions they may have throughout the process. She is committed to helping her clients fight for the maximum compensation they are owed.
- Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California
- M.A. in Bioethics Candidate, 2017
- Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California
- University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California
- B.A., 2013
- Major: Peace and Conflict Studies
- Minor: Disability Rights Studies