Sara Siesco is a plaintiff’s personal injury and wrongful death attorney. She focuses her practice on wrongful deaths, dog bites, major motorcycle/trucking/automobile/pedestrian collisions, premises liability, nursing home abuse, insurance bad faith, and medical malpractice. Alongside her clients, Sara has successfully litigated many cases against individuals, major hospitals, large corporations, government entities, and insurance companies. During the litigation process, Sara is committed to educating and guiding her clients from start to finish with the utmost integrity, compassion, respect, and empathy.
Sara is committed to serving the legal community through significant volunteer work. She co-chairs the Ethics Seminar for the Arizona Trial Lawyers Association (2012 to present), has been a faculty member at the Maricopa County Bar's Personal Injury Seminar Series, has presented on the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and was a moot court judge at the college national competitions. She is also a member of the AZ Women Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice. She is honored to be peer-voted as a Southwest Super Lawyers® Rising Star (2014 to 2017). Most recently, she was elected Governor by her peers to the Board of Governors (District 6, Rules Committee) – the Arizona State Bar Governing Board.
Sara is a 5th generation Arizonan who is the granddaughter of Arizona pioneer Jacob Hamblin - the "Buckskin Apostle" - who was sent by Brigham Young to Arizona as a Mormon Diplomat to the Native Americans. Born and raised in Arizona, Sara attended Xavier College Preparatory (Track and Field MVP, Cross Country's Most Outstanding Runner, Four Year Varsity Letters, Outstanding Senior Athlete), the University of Arizona, and University of Kansas Law School. She has volunteered with the Boys and Girls Club, Big Brothers Sisters, St. Vincent de Paul, the Junior League, and the Phoenix Art Museum. She is also an avid outdoors-woman and a competitive runner.