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Speaking from Experience

When it comes to personal injury cases, Sean S. Vahdat speaks eloquently from education, training and experience. Painful experience.

“Many years ago I was involved in an auto accident that caused back injuries that I live with on a daily basis. Having gone through the ordeal of dealing with the insurance companies, and receiving medical treatment, and still feeling pain, I felt that as a personal injury attorney I can truly relate to my clients because I have personally experienced what they are going through,” says Sean S. Vahdat, Esq., founder of the Law Offices of Sean S. Vahdat & Associates, Aplc.
Driven by a lifelong belief in fairness, equality and a drive to see justice done for all people, Vahdat does not remember a time when he did not feel a personal calling to help people in need.
He often finds himself helping those who find themselves virtually helpless in unpleasant and sometimes tragic circumstances not of their own making. For example, the firm recently worked with a client who had been injured, but who was not receiving just and timely compensation. She was the single mother of three boys. She could not afford her extensive medical bills. She had been dealing unsuccessfully with an insurance company on her own for months only to be offered just $500 for her extensive medical expenses. After retaining Vahdat, she obtained a substantial amount for all her medical bills and her pain and suffering.
Such personally and professionally rewarding stories are common. A satisfied client recently wrote, “Mr. Vahdat and his staff have improved the way I look at attorneys. My family and I needed assistance from a recent car accident case, which cost us huge monetary losses in terms of hospital bills and auto repairs. He and his staff helped us through the case, down to the tiniest details. He is a consummate law professional and explains everything without leaving you blind or clueless about the process. We would recommend Mr. Vahdat without hesitation.”
Vahdat founded his firm in 2005 and has been operating his practice since. His practice areas are personal injury, bankruptcy, criminal defense and employment law. The firm’s main office is in the City of Orange with satellite offices in Irvine, Los Angeles, and Inland Empire. He earned his J.D. from Pacific West College of Law where he graduated Suma Cum Laude. He is licensed to practice law in all courts in California, including the U.S. Court of Appeals for the armed forces, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for veteran claims.
Vahdat also enjoys the personal contact with each client. He says, “Every day is a challenge, but it’s important to remember that it is the client who faces the real challenge. I have an immense sense of responsibility for my clients and I believe it is essential to treat them like my own family. And I can honestly say to each client, ‘I understand what you’re going through; I’ve been there myself.’
”He has lived in Orange County since moving as a refugee from Iran in 1989. Sean has lived in many countries, and English was Sean’s fourth Language. He and his wife of ten years have two children. He enjoys reading, coaching soccer, watching sports, and playing the guitar.

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