Aaron R. Salo
Aaron Salo has practiced law in the area of workers’ compensation since 2010. He was hired at the Firm in 2013. He represents employers, insurance carriers and third-party administrators with respect to workers’ compensation claims and related matters. Aaron has been involved in the California workers' compensation system since 2005. He spent his first two years as a law clerk working at Liberty Mutual. Following that, he worked primarily in construction law with periodic workers’ compensation issues. His practice now has been primarily at the Pomona, Anaheim and Santa Ana WCAB district offices, and in doing so has developed professional relationships with most of the members of the Workers' Compensation Judges at each venue.
Aaron received his law degree from the Western State University School of Law in 2006. In 2000, he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law and Political Science from Eastern Washington University.
Aaron is a member of the State Bar of California and a member of the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
I was drawn to practice law because I wanted to understand what rules actually applied and not just what someone has claimed. I would sum it up as legal self-defense (i.e., jiu-jitsu for the law).
If I weren’t an attorney, I’d probably be an engineer. I like spending my time designing and actually building new ideas. Building the various projects helps to see if the idea is any good and allows other people to see what I had intended.