Rachel Krashin has just begun her journey as a Legal Secretary and currently works for Aizenman Law Group for Daniel Aizenman and Jessica Brown. Rachel is currently attending Tulsa Community College and plans to study law. Eager to find a full-time position with a Law Firm, Rachel was extremely happy with the opportunity that Aizenman Law Group offered. Her responsibilities include working on the pre-litigation side of cases including initial intakes, handling insurance and medical care. Pre-Litigation offers many occasions for Rachel to execute integrity and timeliness to achieve the best outcome for clients.
In Rachel's spare time she enjoys being with her husband and their four beautiful children, staying physically active and advancing in her education.
Mackenzie J. Schwartz
Mac Schwartz joined the legal team at Aizenman Law Group in February of 2018.
She started as a file clerk, and over time, has grown her legal skills and experience to include: intake of new client information, opening claims with insurance companies, ordering/management of medical records, court filings, and assisting with settlement distribution with clients.
Mac studied anthropology and biology at Pacific University in Oregon in 2011.
With an eye for high-fashion and interior design, she attended Fashion Week in New York in 2011, and is in charge of the décor and presentation of the new office.
Lisa joined the Firm of Aizenman Law Group at the start of its inception in the fall of 2017 as a Paralegal for the Firm. Lisa has worked as a paralegal since 1988, primarily supporting the areas of personal injury litigation (both insurance defense/plaintiff); healthcare litigation; medical malpractice/negligence (both plaintiff/defense), including support in discovery and summary, review, and management of medical records; all areas of pretrial discovery and trial preparation, including appellate briefing at both the State and Federal level; and criminal defense. Since 1988, Lisa has worked in Illinois, Iowa, and Oklahoma.
Lisa is involved as an RDLA advocate (Rare Disease Legislative Advocacy) – working with State Senators, Representatives, and Congress, including speaking engagements and presenting at the State Capitol. Some of the work involved in is: the Right to Try Act, the 21st Century Cures Act, the Open Drug, Orphan Drug Acts, and Oklahoma Medicaid expansion. Lisa is also involved leading an international group for rare disease, with over 550 members, networking members with doctors, research physicians, and programs, both in the USA and internationally.
- Former Director – Oklahoma Senior Olympics, Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Former Manager, Tulsa Amateur Softball Association, Tulsa, Oklahoma
- NE Oklahoma Area USSSA State Director, Tulsa, Oklahoma
- Former Secretary, Executive Board of Directors, TASA