Carrie L. Dixon

Managing Attorney, Santa Monica

Santa Monica Workers' Compensation Defense Attorney


Ms. Dixon received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of South Florida in Sarasota, Florida in 1994, but identifies as a Florida Gator after attending University of Florida in Gainesville for several years. She was a Dean’s List graduate and member of numerous Honor Societies including Pi Gamma Mu and National Arts and Sciences Honor Societies.

She received her Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University School of Law in 1998 with a Certificate in Dispute Resolution from the esteemed Straus Institute at Pepperdine Law. During law school, Ms. Dixon was a staff writer and contributing editor for Brentwood Magazine in Los Angeles.


Ms. Dixon has been a member of the State Bar of California since 1999 and began her career in workers’ compensation defense litigation this same year. Her tenacity as a litigator has earned her consistent membership in the honored Lawyers of Distinction organization and the award of Elite Lawyer in 2022. Ms. Dixon is often asked by clients and her peers to teach continuing education courses and present at industry conferences. She is known to succeed for clients in cases involving complex workers’ compensation defense matters that require Trial Briefs, Petitions for Reconsideration and Writs of Review, as well as in matters involving defending Labor Code Section §132a and Serious and Willful claims. She is devoted to providing quality legal representation and customer service in all workers’ compensation defense matters.

When not defending claims for clients, Carrie enjoys life as an avid runner, preferably along the beach near her home in Venice. She is a world traveler and connoisseur of global culture, as well as a proud soccer mom.

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    The firm is pleased to announce the association of “Carrie L. Dixon” as associate attorney in our Long Beach office.