I didn’t always know I wanted to be an attorney. Yet, I did know that no matter what I wanted to help people. My family didn’t have much help when they came from Nicaragua to the United States. They struggled, worked hard, and never stopped motivating their children to do the same. My mom worked at factories and restaurants until one day she was able to land a desk job at an accounting office. Fast forward years of sacrifice raising three boys, working all day, and taking night classes to learn English, she eventually opened her own office. Her hard work and sacrifice allowed her to help so many others that were in the same position as she was when she came to the United States. I wanted to do the same so I graduated law school with the most pro bono hours in my class. Although I had other accolades, none came close to that one. Now with my license I continue to do pro bono because being attorneys is a privilege and honor and one that so many wish they had. Seeing her and her clients joy after she helped them inspired me to open my law firm, Solorzano Law, PLLC straight from law school. With my sole goal to help the hurt that have been injured by the negligence of others, I decided to seek justice for my clients in the areas of Personal Injury and Medical Malpractice. Getting a great result for an injured family is the highlight of my life, and I’m fortunate enough to do it daily.
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Jeremy E. Solorzano, Esq. - 35 minutes ago