Ms. Randolph joined the law firm of Kegel, Tobin & Truce in December 2016 as a worker’s compensation defense attorney. She represents self-insured employers and insurance carriers.

Ms. Randolph completed her undergraduate education at the University of California, Irvine, earning a Bachelor of Arts there in 2007. She went on to study law at Chapman University in the David E. Fowler School of Law. She received her Juris Doctorate from there in 2012. That same year, she was admitted to the State Bar of California.

Ms. Randolph worked as a civil litigation associate before joining Kegel, Tobin & Truce. She handled personal injury, medical malpractice, and family law cases in both Orange County and Riverside County. As a result, she was able to gain extensive law and motion experience. During her time in civil litigation, she dealt with many high-stakes, emotional, and physical injury cases. These types of cases allowed her to gain expertise that is quite relevant in the areas she works in today.

At Kegel, Tobin & Truce, Ms. Randolph represents clients through all phases of worker’s compensation defense litigation. This is an extensive legal field with many different aspects and factors to consider. Her talents are on bright display in her legal work, where she strives to vigorously defend her clients with the experience she has developed over the years in related areas of law. She takes pride in her ability to resolve cases in a timely and cost-effective manner. In her career at the firm today, she makes use of her background, while working to ensure her clients have as hassle-free an experience as possible.

In her free time, Ms. Randolph enjoys going to live music shows. She also appreciates spending time outdoors with friends.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Long Beach Office
T. (562) 437-1108
F. (213) 383-8346
E. arandolph@kttlaw.us

AREAS OF PRACTICE

Workers’ Compensation Defense

BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

The State Bar of California, 2012

EDUCATION

• Bachelor of Arts, University of California, Irvine, 2007
• Juris Doctorate, Chapman University David E. Fowler School of Law, 2012