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Breanna K. Martinez JUNIOR ASSOCIATE ATTORNEY Location: Woodland Hills, CA

Breanna K. Martinez

Breanna joined Winer, Burritt & Scott, LLP in August 2022 as a Junior Associate Attorney in the firm’s Woodland Hills office. Prior to joining Winer, Burritt & Scott, Breanna worked for a prominent personal injury law firm, where she represented plaintiffs in personal injury and sexual abuse cases. Breanna has a successful track record of obtaining favorable results for her clients, including $3.5 million in settlements in her first seven months of practice.

Prior to embarking on her legal career, Breanna obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of California Los Angeles. After graduating from UCLA, Breanna owned and operated a tutoring business specializing in services for students with learning and developmental disabilities. Although Breanna enjoyed this work, she decided to shift gears and pursue a career in law.

Breanna went on to obtain her law degree from Loyola Law School. While at Loyola, Breanna was Vice President of the Consumer Law Society and Co-President of the ACLU at Loyola. She also served as a staff member on the Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review and worked as a research assistant. Breanna also worked as a law clerk for a handful of nonprofit organizations, including Neighborhood Legal Services and the Los Angeles LGBT Center, and a personal injury firm.

In her spare time, Breanna enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter, and Chihuahua. While she’s not with her family or working, Breanna likes to cook, exercise, and read.

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