Sana Abid focuses her practice on civil litigation, handling both personal injury and product liability claims. She is passionate about litigation and wants to help the average citizen protect their legal rights. Being a personal injury attorney, she can reach the community in their time of need and help them.

Ms. Abid obtained law degree and law license from the University of Kent and BPP Law School in the United Kingdom. She went on to graduate from Michigan State University School of Law, serving on the trial advocacy team, as the managing editor of the International Law Review, and graduating magna cum laude. While in law school, she attended the Trial Path Practices Institutes, a two-year litigation focused education.

Her professional experience includes serving as a clinician in the Plea and Sentencing Clinic of Michigan State University, and as an extern for the United National Criminal Tribunal of Former Yugoslavia, working on war crimes cases where Serbs executed Bosnians.

Ms. Abid has been admitted to practice in Texas. She won the Jurisprudence Award for her work with the Plea and Sentencing Clinic of Michigan State University, and won the Oral Argument Tournament for Legal Research and Writing. Notably, she speaks four languages – English, Urdu, French, and Hindi.