My family’s journey to America was arduous and, at times, filled with unspeakable atrocities. My family was forced to leave their home country due to religious persecution and some members were forced to do so through underground networks. When I was younger, my parents would occasionally tell me these stories. I could not understand why people would be so cruel and why other parts of the world would allow people to get away with this. That is what lit the fire in me.
Hiring a lawyer is a tough decision. We don’t get the calls when things are going well. We get them when things have fallen apart. And that is why I do what I do. I want to be the person who reverses the wrong and helps people in their time of need. I want to be your shield, your sword, and I want you to be confident that I will always be there and fight alongside you in your time of need.
Daniel Forouzan is a civil litigator and trial attorney. Mr. Forouzan founded Forouzan Law in 2012 and practices employment, personal injury and class action law. His office maintains a small pool of high value clients and provides them with the extra attention necessary to properly adjudicate their complex and valuable cases.
In addition, Mr. Forouzan is the Founder and Chairman of the Westside Bar Association, an organization dedicated to the empowerment of young attorneys. The WBA was developed to meet the current needs of the next generation of lawyers, offering low-cost MCLE seminars and networking events at exciting venues.
Mr. Forouzan attended the University of Southern California for his undergraduate education where he graduated with academic honors in 2006. He then attended Loyola Law School where he participated in the evening program. Mr. Forouzan worked full time during the day and still graduated from Loyola Law School early in 2011.