Reza Torkzadeh

Reza Torkzadeh

Reza Torkzadeh The Torkzadeh Law Firm Bio

Dedicated to protecting individuals, families and improving the safety of our communities, Reza Torkzadeh is an advocate on behalf of those who have been seriously injured or killed as a result of negligence, defective products or dangerous road conditions.

The watchword of his firm, "Champions Of The People" shines through, as they provide the best possible representation for clients who might not otherwise be granted access to it.

In 2015, Reza was a recipient of the Best Lawyers Award; one of the oldest and well respected peer review publications in the legal profession. In 2014 and 2015, Reza was selected to the Super Lawyer list in California. An honor saved for only 5% of the attorneys in the State.

In 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Reza was selected by his peers as a Super Lawyers Rising Star, a recognition only given to 2.5% of the attorneys in the state. Los Angeles Magazine named him as one of the Top Young Lawyers as selected by his peers and The National Trial Lawyers selected him on the Top 40-Under-40 list. In 2014, The American Society of Legal Advocates named Reza as a Top 40-Under-40 litigator.

Reza is the co-author of multiple books, including 'Accidents Happen But Who's Going to Pay the Bills: A Consumers' Guide to the California Personal Injury & Wrongful Death System.'

His practice focuses on repairing the lives of those with serious injuries that came as the result of someone else's wrongdoing. This includes wrongful death actions, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, bicycle accidents, brain and spinal cord injuries, defective medial device and FDA recalled products, premises liability, and dog bite cases.

"At the end of the day, the most important thing to me is protecting my client's rights." Reza said, "These are people and families whose lives have been changed because of an injury or loss."

"To me there is nothing more important than making sure that my clients are treated fairly, and those who are responsible are held accountable."