Adam M. Ambrozy
Partner | Sacramento
Adam Ambrozy was born in San Francisco, California and raised in San Jose, California. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (with honors) in 2004 from San Jose State University.
While attending San Jose State University, he worked as a lifeguard and swim instructor. During his time at San Jose State University, he played for San Jose State University’s Ice Hockey Team and was involved in several student organizations, most notably Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society. In 2003, Mr. Ambrozy was awarded the Jason Swan Award for the Best Paper in International Relations.
After graduation, Mr. Ambrozy enrolled at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. He joined the Lenahan firm in 2006, as a law clerk in the Sacramento office. In 2008, he received his Juris Doctorate from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. Upon passing the July 2008 California State Bar Exam, he began practicing law as an associate attorney in the civil litigation and subrogation department. Mr. Ambrozy is certified to practice law before the Eastern District of California, and superior courts of the State of California.
Mr. Ambrozy represents public entities in lawsuits arising out of the California Tort Claims Act, and employers/insurers in the recovery of workers’ compensation benefits paid to injured workers as a result of third party negligence. Mr. Ambrozy also represents clients before the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board on issues pertaining to 132a claims, S&W penalties, and third party credit.
When not practicing law, he enjoys playing ice hockey, travelling, spending time with his wife, Stephanie, his children, Aurelia and Everett, and other family and friends.