Amanda joined BJM Law having six years of experience in the personal injury field, with the last two years focused on Workers' Compensation. After having dealt with her own personal experience within the workers' compensation system, it gave her great insight into the struggle of dealing with a claim from a client perspective. Her strong work ethic and compassion gives her the ability to make clients feel at ease.
Amanda graduated from Sacred High school in 2003 with honors and first attended Southern University with a major in Anthropology. After committing two years in that major, she decided it wasn't her passion. She decided to make the switch of her major to prelaw. Later, attending Post University, she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Legal Studies as well as an Associate's degree in History.
Amanda is a Connecticut native; she is currently residing in Naugatuck with her husband and three children, Wesley, Broderick and Abigail. In her spare time, she enjoys playing with her children, reading, gardening and singing. Amanda has a passion for martial arts, which she has been studying for 17 years and has hopes to teach her children when they are older.