Lauren E Channell is an attorney with the law firm Robbins & Curtin based in Phoenix, Arizona and exclusively practices Personal Injury Law while routinely handling complex, catastrophic injury cases. Her practice areas also include government liability, automobile, and motorcycle accidents, premises liability and wrongful death. She especially enjoys legal research and writing.
She provides high-quality representation, direct communication, and unparalleled attention to detail, and helps her clients resolve their legal issues as well as get their lives back on track. Her approach towards every case is client-centric, and she communicates effectively to bring a suitable resolution.
She grew up in a small town in Kentucky and learned the importance of working hard and having compassion toward others early in life. She obtained her Bachelor’s of Arts with honors from Eastern Kentucky University in 2009 with a degree in vocal performance.
Lauren Channell went on to earn her Juris Doctorate with honors in 2012 from Florida Coastal School of Law. While in law school, she served as a Staff Editor for Florida Coastal Law Review, interned with Judge Jay P. Cohen of the Fifth District Court of Appeal in Daytona Beach, Florida, and the Office of the State Attorney in St. Augustine, Florida. She also won the Professionalism Award from the Jacksonville Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates in 2011.
After obtaining the license to practice in the state of Utah, she started her legal career working with large personal injury firm Siegfried & Jensen in Salt Lake City, Utah and represented hundreds of plaintiffs, who had suffered life-altering injuries in insurance coverage disputes, ski area liability, mass tort litigation, product liability, and many other cases.
She relocated to Phoenix, Arizona in early 2017 and obtained the license to practice in the state of Arizona. She began her private practice while focusing on personal injury, bankruptcy, and social security disability law. She represented clients, who were going through exceptional stress in their lives, after sustaining an accident-related injury or due to the sudden loss of a job or an unexpected illness. She went on to join her current law firm in 2018.
She is an active member of the Arizona State Bar and the U.S. District Court for the State of Arizona, and also maintains inactive memberships with the Utah State Bar, the Washington State Bar, and the United States District Court of Utah.
Lauren E Channell is also a member of the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association and the Young Lawyers Division of the Arizona State Bar.
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