Andrea Solis

Trial Lawyer
Licensed in: CA


Andrea Solis is a dedicated personal injury attorney at Carpenter & Zuckerman who combines a profound sense of justice with a heartfelt commitment to her clients. Andrea stands out for her empathetic approach, ensuring each client receives the respect, attention, and advocacy they deserve as she fights for just compensation on their behalf.

Joining CZ Law in 2018 as a law clerk, Andrea quickly advanced to trial lawyer in 2021 after receiving her license from the California State Bar. Andrea is Fluent in Spanish and assists the firm’s Spanish-speaking clientele, ensuring they feel understood and supported throughout the legal process.

Andrea entered the field of personal injury law passionately driven to balance the scales of justice for vulnerable people whose injuries have adversely impacted their lives.

Before joining CZ Law, Andrea investigated police-involved shootings for the Justice System Integrity Division of the L.A. District Attorney’s Office. This experience gave her critical insight into the intricacies of justice and law enforcement. Her role as a legal assistant and Spanish interpreter at an immigration law firm further honed her communication skills and empathy, traits she carries into her practice today.

Outside of the courtroom, Andrea cherishes her time with her husband and daughter, embracing the joy and balance her family brings. Her love for music and live concerts speaks to her vibrant spirit and appreciation for the arts.


As the daughter of Mexican immigrants, Andrea was the first in her family to graduate from college. She earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles. During her undergraduate studies, Andrea interned at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, where she worked on sensitive cases and developed a passion for advocating for victims of violent crime. This experience fueled Andrea’s decision to continue her education and pursue a career in law.

Andrea obtained her Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School. While in law school, she completed a judicial externship with the Honorable Judge Hayden Zacky and Honorable Judge David Gelfound at the San Fernando Superior Court. Through this experience, Andrea witnessed several trials and expanded her research and writing skills.