Attorney
Amy McCurdy

Amy grew up Marietta, Georgia and is the daughter of a native Californian (mom), and a Mexican immigrant (dad). She attended BYU and received her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education with a minor in Political Science. While at BYU, Amy was on full academic scholarship, and she traveled the world with the BYU Folk Dance Ensemble.

Upon completing student teaching and an internship at the Utah State Senate, Amy attended law school at the J. Reuban Clark Law School at BYU. After graduation, Amy started a family in Alabama, opened a dance studio in Puerto Rico, coached cheerleading in Virginia, and then took a job with the US Department of State to serve as a US Diplomat for four years in El Salvador. Amy is a wife, is raising three kids, and has a labradoodle who adores her.

In 2018 Amy moved to California and, at last, decided to put her law degree to work. Amy now practices as an Applicant Attorney and manages the firm’s Worker’s Compensation practice. The Worker’s Compensation team at NPN Law has over 20 years experience in helping injured workers. Amy is passionate about representing the underserved Hispanic community and working to ensure that injured workers know their rights and have a voice.

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No recovery, no fee. We don’t get paid unless you get paid, guaranteed!

Mold
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If your exposure to mold is the result of negligence or recklessness on the part of a landlord, employer or anyone else, you may be able to pursue an injury claim

Asbestos

Many times asbestos exposure comes from the workplace or from living in slum conditions for many years, get a free consultation today.

Lead
Poisoning

We have taken on landlords, management companies, public housing authorities, government agencies, and others for lead poisoning.

Uninhabitable Living Conditions

California law requires that landlords provide renters with a place to live that is safe and secure

Health & Safety Code Violations

You may have a claim against your landlord for collecting rent while government code violations persist.

Unpermitted Units

Converted garages, converted closets, unpermitted building additions.

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