Personal Injury Paralegal Sandy Brown

PRACTICE AREA

Personal Injury

Sandy Brown

PARALEGAL

“I like to get to know our clients. I talk to them and try to empathize when they are hurting.”

Sandy joined Nichols Zauzig in early 2019 as a Paralegal for the Personal Injury/Medical Malpractice group at Nichols Zauzig. She brings 20 years of experience in the field, mostly in personal injury – plaintiff law. Her knowledge is invaluable in helping clients begin to navigate the often-intimidating world of insurance claims, liens and property damage.

“Just because we know the claims process, we can’t assume our clients do. Most people don’t understand it until they’re involved in an accident.” As the client’s first point of contact, Sandy has the patience and empathy to help them through their initial emotions to a greater understanding of what is happening. “I like to get to know our clients. I talk to them and try to empathize when they are hurting.”

Sandy grew up in Woodbridge, and now calls Stafford home. While continuing her employment, she eventually returned to school when the youngest of her three children was a newborn. She finally reached her goal of earning an associate degree. “I wanted to show my children that you’re never too old to learn and achieve your goals.” Sandy puts that same tenacity to work on behalf of people who have been injured through the the actions of someone else. She finds the work and relationships rewarding; “Our clients are nice people who seem genuinely glad to be helped.”

Sandy Brown

PARALEGAL
Personal Injury Paralegal Sandy Brown

PRACTICE AREA

Personal Injury

Sandy joined Nichols Zauzig in early 2019 as a Paralegal for the Personal Injury/Medical Malpractice group at Nichols Zauzig. She brings 20 years of experience in the field, mostly in personal injury – plaintiff law. Her knowledge is invaluable in helping clients begin to navigate the often-intimidating world of insurance claims, liens and property damage.

“Just because we know the claims process, we can’t assume our clients do. Most people don’t understand it until they’re involved in an accident.” As the client’s first point of contact, Sandy has the patience and empathy to help them through their initial emotions to a greater understanding of what is happening. “I like to get to know our clients. I talk to them and try to empathize when they are hurting.”

Sandy grew up in Woodbridge, and now calls Stafford home. While continuing her employment, she eventually returned to school when the youngest of her three children was a newborn. She finally reached her goal of earning an associate degree. “I wanted to show my children that you’re never too old to learn and achieve your goals.” Sandy puts that same tenacity to work on behalf of people who have been injured through the the actions of someone else, usually in vehicle accidents. She finds the work and relationships rewarding; “Our clients are nice people who seem genuinely glad to be helped.”

“I like to get to know our clients. I talk to them and try to empathize when they are hurting.”