Weitz & Luxenberg is now accepting cases of people who have suffered Wernicke’s encephalopathy (WE), also known as Wernicke encephalopathy, a neuropsychiatric disorder – after…Read More
Ever since I was young, I have been dedicated to fighting for justice. That is one of the reasons I wanted to work at Weitz & Luxenberg. This firm has an outstanding reputation for compassionate service to clients. Our law offices are home to an extremely intelligent and hard-working team of individuals. Everyone at this firm fights day and night in order to obtain victory for our clients. Our clients, in our eyes are family, who are facing the greatest challenge of their lives. We will always be there to support them in their time of need. Asbestos disease kills our families, justice must be served. Weitz & Luxenberg understands the adversity that our clients are going though and we will be with them every step of the way. We are passionate attorneys who care. I am thrilled to be a part of such a wonderful law firm.
Venus Burns became a member of the Weitz & Luxenberg team in 2011, and currently holds a position as an associate attorney assigned to our Los Angeles Asbestos Litigation unit. Previously, Ms. Burns handled asbestos litigations for a San Francisco personal-injury law firm.
Ms. Burns began her practice of law in late 2009, following successful admission to the California State Bar. She subsequently was admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court in both Southern California and Northern California districts.
While pursuing a juris doctor degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, the San Diego native competed as a member of that institution’s Mock Trial team and was its Community Service chair. In addition, she completed a comprehensive internship with the Office of the Public Defender in San Diego, serving as second chair on several trials.
Ms. Burns is a graduate of San Diego State University. Her hobbies and interests include snowboarding, hiking, yoga, and swimming.
Venus Burns will be happy to review your case.