Rayven Garcia was born and raised in Arizona. Rayven graduated from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice and a minor in Social Welfare. She earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Kansas School of Law in Lawrence, Kansas. Rayven is an Attorney at Warnock MacKinlay Law where she focuses on personal injuries.
Prior to law school, Rayven volunteered with Mothers Against Drunk Driving and Arizonans for Children. During law school, Rayven not only worked as a paralegal in Arizona handling family law and criminal matters, but she also worked with the University of Kansas Legal Aid Clinic in a fast-paced, live-client setting, representing low-income clients under the careful guidance and thoughtful teaching of supervising attorneys.
She also assisted with a free clinic (“Clean Slate” Expungement Clinic) where she was given the opportunity to help people who found themselves in a situation where they were looking to get a fresh start and to provide free legal representation to eligible individuals seeking to expunge their records.
Rayven is admitted to practice in the State Courts of Arizona and the United States District Court of the District of Arizona.
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Our client, Dominiquea Richmond, was driving home and waiting at an intersection. She was struck from behind by another vehicle. Despite there being zero visible damage to the vehicle and no repair estimate, Ms. Garcia and Mr. Ramirez were able to get the insurance carrier to fully compensate the client for pain and suffering, as well as her medical expenses by agreeing to pay the client more than $16,000.00.
Another client, Lance Fairchild, was out for a jog and attempted to cross the roadway between crosswalks and was struck by a vehicle resulting in catastrophic injuries to the client. Mr. Ramirez was able to ascertain that the driver of the vehicle had been drinking alcohol and was arguably impaired at the time of the collision despite not being cited for any moving violations. Mr. Ramirez was able to get the insurance company to pay the client in excess of $250,000.00 despite being partially responsible for his own injuries.
Jamie Massie was driving to work and came to a complete stop on the freeway when she was struck from behind by another vehicle. Her vehicle was a total loss. After almost a year of treatment, Ms. Garcia and Mr. Ramirez were able to get not only the at fault insurance carrier to fully compensate the client for pain and suffering, but was able to obtain a favorable settlement from the client’s own underinsured insurance coverage in approximately $100,000.00.