Amanda Heitz focuses her practice on civil defense litigation, leveraging her legal writing background to advocate for clients. She has experience representing automotive, power tool and equipment suppliers in catastrophic injury and wrongful death claims as well as toxic tort/asbestos claims and class actions.
In Amanda's trial experience and appellate brief writing, she effectively articulates complex legal issues relating to all aspects of a claim, from preliminary dismissals on pure legal grounds to disputes involving crashworthiness, fire, personal injury and warranty allegations. She routinely handles all aspects of damages within a claim and co-authored an article on challenging the amount of billed medical expenses in relation to plaintiff damage claims. Additionally, Amanda has conducted appellate work in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Amanda previously spent four years working in the judiciary, serving as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. Robert M. Brutinel at the Arizona Supreme Court and as a senior judicial law clerk to the Hon. Philip G. Espinosa at the Arizona Court of Appeals.
In her free time, Amanda enjoys, cooking, music, and volunteerism. She is an active member of the Junior League of Phoenix.