Corina Burchfield's relationship with Sawl Law Group began as a volunteer file clerk during high school. After she earned herbachelor's degree with a major in Political Science and a minor in History from UC Davis in 2003, Ms. Burchfield returned to Sawl Law Group as a legal assistant. She obtained her Juris Doctorate Degree, with Distinction, from San Joaquin College of Law and was admitted to practice law in 2015 . . . all while continuing her duties as a legal assistant. While at San Joaquin College of Law, she was published in the San Joaquin Agricultural Law Review and served as its Production Editor for the 2014-2015 academic year. Ms. Burchfield ultimately joined Sawl Law Group as an Associate Attorney following her admission to the California State Bar.
For 10 years, Ms. Burchfield has been an integral part of Sawl Law Group. She has worked with thousands of personal injury plaintiffs over that time. Her experience ranges from the preparation, negotiation, and resolution of pre-litigation personal injury matters to the preparation of discovery and assisting attorneys prep for trial once a lawsuit has been filed. Her passion for personal injury law is evident in her attention to detail, her tough negotiating skills, and her ability to craft legal arguments on any issue necessary to achieve the best outcome for the client.
Ms. Burchfield was born and raised in Fresno County.