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Passion, dedication, and professionalism is how we describe our new attorney Mahadhi Corzano

Dec 27, 2021

Meet one of our newest Attorneys Mahadhi Corzano! While he may be new to Silver & Wright LLP, Mahadhi has an extensive list of experience in trial and litigation, including areas of civil rights, tort, insurance coverage, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases. His passion for law began when he was just a child, after seeing […]

Meet one of our newest Attorneys Mahadhi Corzano!

While he may be new to Silver & Wright LLP, Mahadhi has an extensive list of experience in trial and litigation, including areas of civil rights, tort, insurance coverage, and catastrophic injury/wrongful death cases.

His passion for law began when he was just a child, after seeing the profession first-hand, as his grandfather was a prestigious judge in Peru, which is the homeland of Mahadhi.

After initially being inspired by his grandpa, he took steps to pursue his dream of becoming an attorney by studying at UCLA. He graduated in 2000 with a bachelor’s in history, followed by Whitter Law School, where he was a merit-based scholar when he graduated in 2005.

Before joining our firm, he worked at a boutique law firm that represents public entities, elected officials, and individual officers in cases involving allegations of civil rights violations, municipal liability, unlawful arrest, excessive force, dangerous conditions of public property, and state tort claims.

Today, Mahadhi is federally admitted in eight states across the nation, including California, where he’s a member of the California State Bar and is admitted to practice in the California Supreme Court.

When he’s not working on trial and litigation cases at Silver & Wright LLP, you can find him on the basketball court shooting hoops or traveling with his beloved family.

Something that we think is awesome about Mahadhi is that he’s also fluent in Spanish!

Learn more about Mahadhi here.

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