Dayna Ellsworth joined Harris Personal Injury Lawyers, Inc. this year and represents injured people and accident victims in the San Jose area. Dayna proudly attended the University of Utah to receive her undergrad degree. However, Dayna wasn’t done with school just yet. Her mother, a retired judge, inspired her to become an attorney. Dayna then attended California Western School of Law and received her Juris Doctorate degree. At California Western School of Law, Dayna received several awards for her trial skills and was nationally ranked as a student trial advocate.
As a personal injury attorney, Dayna proudly enjoys helping people. She loves the opportunity to heal people as a personal injury lawyer, especially those people who suffer a life-changing event or accident. She will do everything in her power to help rebuild their lives and make them feel whole again. Harris Personal Injury Lawyers is proud to have Dayna on the legal team in San Jose.
Was there someone who influenced you to become an attorney?
“My mom is a retired Judge and she has played an enormous role in helping me foster and pursue my passion for the law. She is unbelievably supportive and has mentored me through so many obstacles of becoming an attorney.”
What universities did you attend?
“The University of Utah for undergrad. Go Utes! California Western School of Law for law school. Go….. llamas? Cal Western doesn’t have a mascot, but llamas seem good enough.”
What do you enjoy most about being a personal injury attorney?
“I love the opportunity to help people heal. Sometimes our cases deal with a straightforward collision and we’re helping clients recover from the 3-6 month period of time they lost. However, some of our clients are dealing with life-changing events. And to have the opportunity to do everything in our power to make them whole again is very fulfilling.”
What are you passionate about?
My family. And good food.”
What is your favorite food?
“Burger, fries, and a Dr. Pepper.”
What is your favorite place to vacation?
“Visiting family in Oahu.”
“GirlTalk or The Eagles are easily the best two concerts I’ve ever been to.”