Complimentary Case Evaluation

Mary Caruso


“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”  – C. S. Lewis

Mary Caruso is an Attorney at AlderLaw.  Ms. Caruso practices in the areas of personal injury, including catastrophic injuries, premises liability, product liability, wrongful death, employment law, elder abuse, and insurance bad faith.  For more than 15 years Ms. Caruso has been an advocate on behalf of Plaintiffs.

Ms. Caruso is a native Southern Californian and began working in high school to help alleviate her family’s financial struggles when her father became disabled.   After having worked as an accountant and human resource manager in the corporate world, while raising her daughter as a single parent, Ms. Caruso returned to school and received her Paralegal Certification from UCLA in 2000.   Ms. Caruso has seen numerous situations during her career where people were not being treated properly after having been injured.   This was the reason she chose to cross over into the legal field. It was at that time that Ms. Caruso began working in-house for Plaintiff’s law firms.  Once again, Ms. Caruso returned to school, this time attending law school at Abraham Lincoln School of Law.  She completed law school while continuing to work full time and graduated Cum Laude.  Ms. Caruso is also a graduate of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles’ Trial Academy.

Upon successfully completing law school and passing the bar, Ms. Caruso joined AlderLaw.   Ms. Caruso took the values she learned from working all her life and has strived to help individuals who have been wrongly injured, obtain justice.  During her career, Ms. Caruso has settled numerous six and seven figure cases.

Ms. Caruso is admitted to practice in California state courts and federal district courts in the Central District of California.  Ms. Caruso is a member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, the Orange County Trial Lawyers Association, the Consumer Attorneys of California, and the American Attorneys for Justice.