Ms. Neimeyer received her Bachelor of Arts in History and Chicana/Chicano Studies from the University of California Davis. During that time, she was the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity International President, and studied abroad for a semester in Freiburg, Germany. During Law School, she was President of the Public Interest Law Foundation, was on the Deans List, and studied in Hanzhou, China. She also worked as a law clerk for the San Diego Alternate Public Defender's office, where she attended many hearings as well as conducting research and preparing various legal documents, and was chosen to assist in the preparation of a defense of a special circumstance murder trial. Ms. Neimeyer received her Juris Doctorate from Thomas Jefferson School of Law, and shortly thereafter began her legal career with a nationwide firm handling civil litigation. She then turned her focus toward Workers' Compensation where she continues to represents self-insured employers and insurance carriers in the defense of all Workers’ Compensation claims issues . She is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association.
Ms. Caso received her Bachelor degree from Scripps College with a double major in Political Science and Economics. She graduated from California Western School of Law in 1998 and was admitted to the State Bar in 1999. After beginning her career in Employment Litigation, Ms. Caso turned her attention to the handling of all aspects of Workers Compensation, and has continued to do so since 2001. During that time, she has been instrumental in the supervision and mentoring of Junior Associates regarding case management, litigation, and successful settlement strategies. In addition, Ms. Caso has been teaching Workers' Compensation as an Adjunct Professor at California Western School of Law since 2008, and has also served as a Workers' Compensation Judge Pro Tem.
Eldon L. Floyd
Mr. Floyd studied Speech and Communications at the University of Nevada. He studied Law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law , having received commendation for his research and writing skills, and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Law and a Juris Doctorate in 1993. Upon passing the bar, Mr. Floyd began working primarily in business and employment law. Since 1995, Mr. Floyd has been specializing in all aspects of Workers' Compensation Law, including the defense of Serious and Willful Misconduct, 132a claims, subrogation, arbitration, and appeals. He is a frequent lecturer and instructor on Workers' Compensation issues, and has periodically served as a Workers' Compensation Judge Pro Tem. Mr. Floyd is a Certified Specialist in Workers' Compensation Law.