Randy Hurwitz is an experienced litigator who focuses
his practice on personal injury and wrongful death.
His representation involves evaluation of claims,
settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration and
Randy graduated with a bachelor's degree in
Psychology from the University of Minnesota in 1972.
He went on to receive his Master's and Doctorate degrees
in Clinical Psychology from the Arizona State University
in 1977. Randy served a one-year internship at the
University of Illinois Medical Center in Chicago before
returning to Arizona, where he joined a private mental
health practice for approximately 10 years.
During this time, he also began designing and
marketing new homes for several major home buildings in
Arizona and California. Prompted by his success in
resolving the occasional disputes that would arise
between buyer and seller, he decided to enter the legal
In 1984, Randy received his J.D. Degree from Arizona
State University College of Law. He began his
legal career at the firm of Anderson, Hurwitz & Hayward,
P.C., a firm that he and two law school friends formed
in 1995. Their firm was twice named in the "Top
10" of small firms by "Ranking Arizona" AZ Business
magazine. Randy moved on to establish his own law
firm in 2006, where he currently dedicates his time and
energy to helping injury victims and their families
restore dignity and achieve justice.
Randy has been an active member of the community,
participating in youth programs and offering pro bono
legal advice to the homeless and senior citizens.
He has volunteered for the Arizona Senior Citizen's Law
Project and the Volunteer Lawyers Project. He
supports numerous animal welfare organizations; he is an
avid movie buff, a blues aficionado, and he especially
enjoys "acting like a kid" with his grandchildren
whenever he can.