About Jeff Greenman

Jeffrey and family

Jeffrey Greenman was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. He comes from a long lineage of attorneys starting with his Grandfather, a Harvard graduate and order of the coif recipient at the University of Florida School of Law. His father, John Greenman, is the founding partner of Greenman, Goldberg, Raby and Martinez, the oldest Plaintiff personal injury law firm in the state of Nevada. Jeffrey Greenman absorbed the passion of the law from his family and was drawn to the Plaintiff side as well, believing that the little guy needs to have the bigger voice.

Mr. Greenman graduated from the University of Washington in 2003 with degree in economics and a minor in philosophy. He then attended Chapman University School of Law on an academic scholarship where he earned his Juris Doctorate degree in 2006.

After a year at two prestigious Plaintiff-only law firms, Mr. Greenman started Greenman Law P.C. in 2008. He focused his attention on the high quality representation of Plaintiffs who suffered catastrophic personal injuries.

His unyielding dedication to growing his practice and treating his clients as human beings have been the kingpin of his success. Fighting insurance companies against their abusive practices of denying claims and looking for discounts to increase profits is no easy task and takes a dedicated attorney to do it right. Mr. Greenman is personally responsible for verdicts and settlements totaling over 100 million. Mr. Greenman holds the record for largest settlement in the state of California for an attorney under 30. In addition, his seven figure verdicts and 8 figure settlements set him apart from other firms.

Mr. Greenman believes in quality over quantity. He does not run a “mill” firm where the volume of cases is held in higher regard than the client’s needs. Mr. Greenman has earned the ability to be selective in taking the cases he believes in. All of his clients are given personal attention and have an actual attorney working on them.

Recently, Mr. Greenman was admitted to the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). A distinction reserved only for attorneys that actually take cases through trial. When deciding on an attorney for a personal injury matter, always make sure they try and win cases.

About Sandy Greenman Carelli

Sandy Greenman Carelli

Like her brother Jeff, Sandra Greenman Carelli was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. She moved to California in 1997 where she resides with her husband Paul Carelli who is also an attorney, and their daughters.

She graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1993, and attended California Western School of Law and received her Juris Doctorate in 1996. She became licensed to practice law in Nevada in 1996, and in California in 1998.

After completing law school, Ms. Greenman Carelli served as the law clerk for the Honorable Judge Sally Loehrer of the Eighth Judicial District Court, in Las Vegas, Nevada. After completing her clerkship, Ms. Greenman Carelli handled civil litigation cases in both Nevada and California, defending cases involving medical malpractice, legal malpractice, personal injury, premise liability, automobiles, common carriers, casinos and construction defects. She took several cases to trial, winning each and every case she tried.

In April 2019, she left defense work and was thrilled to join her brother Jeff at Greenman Law PC. She uses her knowledge gained by years of working for insurance companies to better analyze her clients’ cases and to anticipate the response of defense attorneys. She has found joy in representing the injured individuals and in getting to know each and every one of them as people. She is invigorated by working to help all of her clients get every penny they deserve.

Ms. Greenman Carelli is admitted to practice law in all Nevada State Courts and before the United States District Court of Nevada. She has also argued before the Nevada Supreme Court. She is also admitted to practice law in all California State Courts, as well as before the United States District Court of Southern California.