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Exploring Life & Business with Ashley Rawlins of Rawlins Law, APC

Today we’d like to introduce you to Ashley Rawlins.

Hi Ashley, thanks for sharing your story with us. To start, maybe you can tell our readers some of your backstory.
I wanted to be a lawyer since age 6 despite having no family members in law. I love to argue, advocate, and fight for the underdog as well as be a voice for those who do not have one. Standing up for what is right and advocating for justice is my passion. I love being able to help people every day and be there for them through a dark times in their lives.

I started by obtaining two Bachelor’s degrees: one in Political Science and one in Criminal Justice before going to law school. I then moved from the East Coast where I grew up out to California.

I grew up in a small town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts and after law school moved out to San Diego to pursue my dreams and visions of being an attorney in California.

I have had my own practice, Rawlins Law, APC for five years now and am honored to be able to practice personal injury law and be an attorney, advocate, friend and confidant for individuals who have been injured due to the fault of another.

Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
Nothing in life is smooth, but I have been blessed and rely on the Lord to carry me through every day. Adversities and struggles throughout the journey have shaped the person and attorney I have become. I have worked for everything and take pride in my work ethic, grit, and inner fight mentality that I have.

Thanks – so what else should our readers know about Rawlins Law, APC?
Rawlins Law, APC is a woman-owned personal injury law firm based in San Diego with other office locations in Beverly Hills, Irvine, Sacramento, San Bernardino, Bakersfield, Orange, and Riverside.

We specialize in personal injury cases, mainly car accidents, catastrophic/serious injury cases, truck crashes, slip and falls, dog bites, pedestrian, motorcycle accidents, and uber/lyft crashes.

I am known as Car Crash Ash!

What sets me apart is that I am honest, ethical, efficient, aggressive and will go to bat for each and every client no matter the size or value of the claim. I am gritty and fight hard for justice. I pride myself in being involved in every case. I don’t take no for an answer and work hard for every client as if it was my case or a family member’s case.
90%+ of our cases settle in under a year! We stay on top of things, push hard, and keep the clients in constant communication throughout the whole process.

I am proud of the brand I built, the logo, the colors, the brand, Car Crash Ash and Micah 6:8, it all started as a vision and to see it come to life has been amazing.

Rawlins Law has the best swag! If you want a t-shirt or hat, let me know. We specialize in personal injury. Consultations are free, it costs you no money out of pocket to hire us. We do not recover an attorney fee unless we recover a settlement for you.

Are there any apps, books, podcasts, blogs or other resources you think our readers should check out?
I read the bible app and daily bible verses every day. Books – I have so many great books that I have read and about a dozen new ones to start.

Currently reading: The Lawyer as CEO, The Ritz Carlton Method, Traffic Secrets.

I am always reading and learning, so if there is anything on the legal list serves, blogs, or podcasts about business, law, entrepreneurship, I am interested in always growing and trying to be better both in my personal and professional life.

Whoop I love!! Best app to track sleep, recovery, metrics, and performance! Love it!!

Other apps I love: Slack, Canva, IG


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