Patricia Mamac, Esq., is an Associate Attorney who is passionate about advocating for personal injury victims. She focuses on cases involving car accidents, dog bites, wrongful death, and premises liability. With less than a year of practice experience, Patricia’s journey began as a law clerk in the Human Trafficking and Sex Crimes division of the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office. Her path later led her to work as a clerk for a medical malpractice defense counsel, but it was there that she discovered her true calling in personal injury law.
Patricia’s educational foundation includes a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis on Business Law from California State University Northridge. Her legal prowess was honed in the 2-Year Accelerated SCALE Program at Southwestern law school, where she excelled academically and was awarded the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Business Associations, the Witkin Award in Legislation, and Best Independent Study Paper in Employment Law.
Notably, in her first four months as a practicing attorney, Patricia played a pivotal role in mediating an auto v. commercial case, resulting in a remarkable settlement of $2.6 Million. Her dedication and commitment to justice are further underscored by her active memberships in professional associations, including CAALA (Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles) and PABA (Philippine American Bar Association).
In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, Patricia’s guiding principle in her legal practice is:
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
Her tireless advocacy and unwavering commitment to justice distinguish her approach to legal representation, making her a compassionate and dedicated advocate for those who have been wronged.