My personal experiences have shaped me into the attorney I am today. In 2010, while a student at UCLA, I was involved in a horrible car accident. At the intersection of Wilshire and Westwood, my vehicle was t-boned by a drunk driver. After the impact, the front of my car was nowhere to be seen—only the front tires. I was fortunate enough to not only survive the accident but walk away with soft tissue injuries. Years later, I still have excruciating neck and shoulder pain. However, because my injuries were considered “soft-tissue,” my settlement was very low. I have spent and continue to spend thousands of dollars and countless hours in therapy trying to alleviate my pain. I hated how I was treated by the insurance company, and how my pain was deemed nonexistent because my injuries couldn’t be quantified. I did not like the fact that my attorney never discussed with me the option of taking the case to trial.
The passion to become a lawyer was instilled in me at a very young age. Growing up in a third world country, under the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, I saw the weak constantly get harassed at the hands of the more powerful. I always wanted to do something about it, but I was helpless. Now, it is the giant corporations that will do anything to save a penny. But now armed with a law degree, I can do something about it.
We care for our clients. We fight for you. And most importantly, we build a long-lasting relationship with you. Whether it is a personal injury case or a different matter, we make the effort to meet you at a location that is comfortable for you. We ask you for your story, and then we do everything we can to protect your rights. We are not afraid to take your case to trial.
We are not your average law office. Our goal is not to rush you off the phone or intimidate you with legal jargon, but to educate you about your case and your options. Our goal is to inform you so you can decide what is best for you. You are always our number one priority.