Solis Law has been fighting for injured workers in Southern California since 1995
Scott B. Solis
In 1995, Scott Solis started this firm to represent injured workers in workers' compensation cases. Scott had previously worked for over six years as an associate attorney in workers' compensation for a firm representing employers and insurance companies. Scott believes this work for the "other side" created an invaluable base of knowledge and strategy which has been instrumental in making this firm so successful.
Scott has a B.A. In English and Political Science from Rice University, an M.A.T. (English) from Brown University, and a J.D., cum laude, from Santa Clara University School of Law. Although Scott has also been admitted to the Bars of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maine, and Washington, he only practices in California. Scott is certified by the California Lawyers Association as a Specialist in Workers’ Compensation. In his spare time, Scott likes to run, hike, and referee soccer games.
Kim Neistadt graduated from Glendale High School, UCLA, and the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law in 1989. After honing her litigation skills at a large law firm, she began working with Solis Law in 1997 for a more personal environment to work. In addition to practicing law, Kim is interested in fighting Climate Change. She is a Climate Leader with Climate Reality Project, and meets regularly with other environmental activists to take action to save our planet and to change our climate reality.
Janet Mangandi has been with the firm since 2005. After working as a File Clerk for another attorney, she began here as a Legal Assistant, gaining promotion in 2013 to Office Administrator. Janet graduated from Burbank High School, then attended Glendale Community College, and In 2005 obtained a Paralegal Certificate from ICDC College. In 2006, Janet took a comprehensive course in workers’ compensation law taught by attorneys through the California Applicants’ Attorneys Association at UCLA. Janet is a Notary Public and is fluent in Spanish. She is also a mother of four and grandmother of two, and enjoys hiking, traveling, and salsa dancing.
Veronica A. Calderon
Veronica Calderon has been with the firm since 2011. She obtained her AA in Paralegal Studies (ABA approved) in 2019 from College of the Canyons. Veronica is fluent in Spanish.
In her free time, Veronica enjoys the outdoors with her family, especially trips to Disneyland.