ENCINO, CA, October 11, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Encino personal injury attorney
, Farhad Hamdam, waives attorney fees unless the case is won. Personal injury accidents can often cause debilitating physical injuries and emotional trauma. Many people who have suffered a personal injury suffer from financial struggles that can make it difficult to find the legal representation they need during what is often a particularly difficult time.
The Law Offices of Hamdam and Associates have represented many throughout the Encino area over the years. Mr. Hamdam, Encino automobile accident lawyer
, is committed to protecting his clients' rights and advocating for their best interests. He understands that personal injuries can be particularly devastating. They often lead to traumatic head injuries, broken bones, spinal cord injuries and burn injuries that can result in time away from work and costly medical bills. Mr. Hamdam, Encino personal injury attorney, negotiates on the behalf of accident victims and fights to win the maximum compensation to which they are entitled so that they can rebuild their lives and focus on their futures. Compensation may be awarded for medical bills, rehabilitation, lost wages, disability and pain and suffering. Each case is unique, and each victim has the right to seek justice.
Car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, premises liability, slip-and-fall injuries, dog bites and wrongful death cases can all result in a personal injury. A free consultation allows victims of personal injuries to learn more about their legal options and identify the best course of action. Mr. Hamdam is confident in his ability to help victims, which is why he can make this special offer.
About Farhad Hamdam, Pedestrian Accident Attorney Encino
Personal injury lawyer
, Mr. Hamdam, is a 1997 graduate of UWLA, from which he received his Juris Doctorate degree. A dedicated scholar, he received several honors while in school and was a semi-finalist on the moot court as well as a semi-finalist on the brief of distinction. He was admitted to the California Bar a year after graduation and is today licensed to practice in state courts and the U.S. District Court. He is actively engages in volunteer work with several non-profit organizations, and is fluent in English and Farsi.
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