Managing Attorney Maryam Parman Featured in Modern Luxury’s Modern Mom’s for 2017
Modern Mom and award winning attorney Maryam Parman balances the joys of motherhood and the challenges of running Avrek Law Firm and Abogado Contigo by adhering to a strict schedule.
Avrek Law is one of the largest female owned personal injury law firms with offices in Arizona, Nevada and throughout California.
Maryam Parman Has Been Selected for the 2015 Edition of the Southern California Super Lawyers
Thanks to her many years of experience, impressive credentials, and outstanding performance as a plaintiff’s attorney, Parman successfully completed the rigorous, patented Super Lawyers selection process, singling her out as one of Southern California’s leading attorneys.
Avrek is one of the state’s top personal injury practices, and Parman, one of the firm’s founders, has been a plaintiff’s personal injury attorney since 1998.
- Southern California Super Lawyers Magazine – Rising Stars
- Los Angeles Magazine
- Orange Coast Magazine, The attorney directory on SuperLawyers.com
- Los Angeles Magazine, The Top Women Attorneys in Southern California
Avrek Law Firm Featured in Modern Luxury’s Riviera Orange County Magazine
Avrek Law Firm, your Orange County Personal Injury Attorneys, was recently featured in Modern Luxury’s Riviera Orange County Power Players edition as one of Southern California’s top Personal Injury Firms.
Quote from Senior Partner Maryam Parman
“Many of my clients are going through very difficult times. I’ve seen a lot of bad things happen to very good people, especially children. So I built this practice to focus on our clients.
They are our number one priority and we take pride in knowing each and every one of them personally.”
Maryam Parman Modern Luxury’s Riviera Fall Fashion Edition
Avrek Law Firm’s Managing Partner, Maryam Parman Featured in OC Metro Magazine Top Attorneys
OC Metro magazine recently featured one of Avrek Law Firm’s most significant cases. While investigating a hit and run car accident resulting in the serious traumatic brain injury of a 4 year old boy, Maryam Parman discovered that the driver only carried $15,000 in coverage on his auto insurance policy which would not be enough to pay for the child’s medical needs. While visiting the scene of the accident Maryam discovered posted signs discouraging children from playing inside the complex which is a violation of the Fair Housing Act. She contacted the condo complex’s insurance company and obtained $5 million for the child and his family.
Ms. Parman says the case represents one of her firm’s most significant accomplishments. “This shows how we think outside of the box on these catastrophic injury cases.”
Avrek Law Firm Featured in Your Teen for Parents Magazine, Back to School Edition
Your Teen for parents magazine sought out the legal expertise of Avrek Law Firm for their September/October Back to School edition. Avrek Law Firm is featured on page 13 of the publication in a section entitled, “Move-Out Skills 101: Fender Benders”. The increase of car accidents among teen drivers Avrek Law Firm supplied students and parents with helpful advice to get them through a potentially difficult situation.
Avrek’s DriveSafe Scholarship Program
About a week after Robert Soria graduated with Patriot High School’s Class of 2014, he climbed into the back seat of a friend’s Ford pickup truck. He woke up 18 hours later in a hospital.
Soria and four other friends were injured in a crash not far from Soria’s home on June 1.
The teen driver, Soria’s best friend of three years, died after she turned momentarily to talk to a backseat passenger, lost control of the truck, crossed a center divider and slammed into a tree.
Now Soria, 18, is on a mission to prevent such a crash from happening again. He is participating as a judge in Avrek Law Office’s DriveSafe Scholarship Program. The goal of the contest, sponsored by the law firm, is to promote awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.
“I think that it would greatly help society because I see people on a daily basis either eating a sandwich or texting,” Soria said. “I will roll down the window and tell them to get off the phone.”
The contest gives students a chance to earn a scholarship up of to $5,000 by creating a creative contest entry. It could be a sketch, a public service announcement or even a song that conveys a message about the risks of distracted driving. The deadline is Dec. 31. The public will pick the top 10 entries, and then the judges will narrow those down to the scholarship winners.