Mr. Sheth is the other Founding Partner of Shah Sheth LLP. Prior to founding Shah Sheth LLP, Mr. Sheth was an associate at the law firm of Awad & Awad LLP, where he focused on general civil litigation matters in the fields of Personal Injury Law, Real Estate Law, and Business Litigation.
At Shah Sheth LLP, Mr. Sheth focuses solely on Personal Injury Law in all of its facets. In doing so, he represents individuals involved in the various types of accidents that lead to bodily injury and property damage, and he vigorously represents those individuals to assist them in obtaining the compensation they are entitled to.
Earning his undergraduate degree, with Magna Cum Laude Honors, from the California State Polytechnic University, Samir majored in International Business and Marketing and minored in Finance, Real Estate, and Law. Samir finished as the Valedictorian of his major’s graduating class. In 2003, Samir earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. During his time at Loyola, Samir received the American Jurisprudence Award for earning the highest grades in both his Remedies and Marital Properties courses. Additionally, he was on the Dean’s Honor List for 2 consecutive years. After graduating from law school, he worked for a few years at a civil litigation firm where he practiced various types of law. When he decided to open his own firm, he realized that he had a passion for practicing Personal Injury law, which he has exclusively been doing for the past 15+ years. Samir feels strongly that insurance carriers are not out there to protect injured parties. On the contrary, their goal is to find a way to avoid paying money however possible, to the very detriment of those who their insureds have caused damage to. With this belief, he relishes the opportunity to help those who deserve to be helped while making insurance companies pay what they deserve to pay.
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