WOMEN IN BUSINESS: CHELSEA UNDERWOOD
Chelsea Underwood dreamed of becoming an elementary teacher while in first grade. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in education at the age of 19. After teaching for several years, she attended J. Reuben Clark Law School and landed a job with Walmart’s Tort Group. There, she wrote and implemented policies and procedures that resulted in closing a large percentage of Walmart’s Puerto Rico personal injury cases within six months.
Chelsea has always wanted to represent individuals injured in accidents. She explained, “this is personal to me because many years ago, my father was injured while riding his motorcycle. A young man, in a truck, turned in front of him—on purpose—because my father was ‘running a yellow light.’ My father wasn’t represented by an attorney and the young man’s father was an attorney. As a result, my father only received a mere $100.00 for pain and suffering. “
This is why Chelsea joined the Lovett Law Firm where she fights for the people of El Paso. The Lovett Law Firm strives to ensure that no one, injured in an accident, will be taken advantage of by the responsible party. She explained, “at the Lovett Law Firm, our clients are like family. We take pride in obtaining the best possible outcome for each and every case.“ Chelsea Underwood
The Lovett Law Firm
619 Arizona Ave.
El Paso, Texas 79902
Written by: Henry Craver
Photographed by: @luxlenspro
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