Pamela Rodriguez Lawyer

Pamela Rodriguez

Pamela Rodriguez is a trial attorney specializing in personal injury cases for The Dominguez Firm. She brings a unique perspective to her role thanks to her previous work as a paralegal under the tutelage of Chief Trial Attorney Olivier Taillieu. At the time, she assisted with the firm’s most complex and hard-fought cases with some resulting in million and multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for catastrophically injured clients.

Now, Pamela puts that valuable insight and experience to work as an attorney on a wide range of serious injury cases including traumatic brain injuries and spinal cord injuries. She also handles catastrophic workers’ compensation injury claims caused by a third party. In addition, attorney Rodriguez manages wrongful death cases for families who have suffered the untimely loss of their loved ones.

Pamela’s interest in pursuing a career in law dates back to her childhood, "I have known I wanted to be a lawyer since I was a child. I have a passion for learning and gaining the knowledge needed to overcome the intellectual challenge of solving conflict, uncovering the truth, and affecting positive change in a person’s life."

Membership & Honors

  • Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA)
  • American Bar Association
  • Beverly Hills Bar Association

Education

  • Universidad Católica Boliviana San Pablo, in La Paz, Bolivia, with a degree in law

Attorney Rodriguez graduated from Universidad Católica Boliviana San Pablo, in La Paz, Bolivia, with a degree in law. While still in law school, she wrote a well-received thesis about the impact changes to the Bolivian Constitution had on the jurisdiction of the country’s indigenous communities. She is a member of CAALA (Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles).

In her spare time, Pamela enjoys attending orchestral concerts and ballets, as well as going to museums and art exhibits. She is trained in classical ballet and was a teacher at the National School of Ballet in her native Bolivia. She speaks English and Spanish fluently.