By the time Maryam Parman entered law school in 1994 at Western University College of Law, she already knew what she wanted to do once she got her Juris Doctor (J.D.). As an undergraduate studying pre-med at the University of California, Irvine, she’d developed an awareness of human injury and she knew that she wanted to help people who have been physically harmed.
She decided that she wanted to do that by becoming a lawyer. Since launching her career in 1998, Parman has done just that by focusing her practice solely on assisting injured people in getting their lives back together.
During her final year in law school, Parman clerked in a plaintiff’s personal injury firm and then joined that firm as an associate after getting her J.D., advancing to being named partner after only two years. A year later, she ventured out to start her own practice, which she has operated ever since.
Her own practice continues to focus solely on injury and death cases resulting from automobile accidents, premises liability, products liability, elder abuse, police brutality, animal attacks, and construction-site accidents.
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