Attorney King Aminpour started college at the age of 11 and finished law school at the age of 19 later becoming California’s youngest attorney at that time. He is the founder of Aminpour & Associates and for over 20 years King and his firm have represented upwards of 17,000 people and recovered over 100 million dollars for his clients. King’s passion and kindness to his clients as well as his community out reach and philanthropy has allowed him to be voted #1 personal injury lawyer over the past 5 years. Thank you California!
Auri Aminpour, started college at the age of 10. At the age of 16, Auri was the youngest software engineer in the United States. After a long career in the innovation of software and hardware technology for military sub contractors, he decided to join forces with his brother and is currently the office administrator. Auri is extremely compassionate in helping others and is one of the most honest and dedicated members of the team.
Attonery Ashraf Dugum “Ash” is a senior attorney at Aminpour & Associates. He began his education by receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Marketing and Economics from California State University Northridge.
Ash is one of the most dedicated attorneys in San Diego and is widely known in the community for complex lien resolution and creative problem solving. Ash is fluent in Arabic and Spanish. Ash is a compassionate attorney who truly cares about his client’s rehabilitation and recovery and zealously fightsfor what is in the best interests of the client.
Chelsea is an attorney at Aminpour & Associates. Prior to joining the firm, she served as an attorney for Injury Trial Lawyers, practicing general civil litigation and personal injury law. Chelsea is also an Adjunct Professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, where she teaches courses in Legal Writing and Oral Advocacy.
Chelsea earned her law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law and her undergraduate degree from the University of British Columbia. While in law school, Chelsea served as President of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Society, and competed for the Moot Court Honor Society where she received honors for her appellate brief writing. Chelsea was also a research assistant for her Civil Procedure Professor, received the CALI Award for her excellence in Legal Writing II, and the Jefferson Medal for Advance Appellate Advocacy. Chelsea served as a law clerk for the Attorney General’s Office, and spent a summer interning for the California Innocence Project.
Chelsea is an active member of Consumer Attorneys of San Diego and the San Diego County Bar Association. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer, hiking, and travelling to Canada to visit her family
Michael is an attorney at Aminpour & Associates. He earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from California State University, Monterey Bay. He later obtained his law degree from Thomas Jefferson School of Law. While attending law school, Michael was a member of the Sports Law and Policy Fellowship and La Raza Student Union. He was also a California Certified Law Clerk for the Ertz Law Group, where he primarily handled criminal defense matters and was instrumental in the acquittal of multiple felonies.
Michael later found his passion for civil litigation while working as a law clerk at Thompson Wedeking Law Firm. There he focused on plaintiff’s personal injury claims including motor vehicle accidents and slip & fall matters. After graduating law school, Michael worked at Premier Legal Center where he was responsible for working on large class action lawsuits involving motor vehicle defects, including the Volkswagen TDI Clean Diesel lawsuit.
Michael is an active member of the State Bar of California, San Diego County Bar Association, and Consumer Attorneys of San Diego. In his free time, Michael enjoys surfing, hiking, and adamantly rooting for his favorite sports teams.In addition to being a dedicated attorney, Michael stays in-touch with his strong Italian roots by cooking family-style meals for his familyand friends.
Trial lawyer Scott Savary attended the University of California Santa Barbara and graduated in 1991. After attending UCSB, Scott attended the University of San Diego Law School and graduated in 1994. After graduation, Scott immediately began practicing in San Diego. For the past 22 years Scott has represented clients in the San Diego Courts in a range of cases with an emphasis on personal injury and trial work.
After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1988, Trial lawyer Oliver Shami attended University of San Diego School of Law (“USD”) where he pursued a dual degree in law and business. In 1991, Mr. Shami graduated, passed the bar, and ultimately became licensed in two states: California and Arizona.
Since 1992, Mr. Shami has represented hundreds of clients with catastrophic injuries. In order to better represent injured victims, Mr. Shami dedicated nearly 5 years of his career to working on the insurance defense side representing clients such as Mercury Insurance, State Farm, Hilton Hotels, and Chrysler Automotive. During his years as a defense attorney, Mr. Shami acquired the tools necessary to understand the methods by which insurance companies and large corporate defendants evaluate and defend cases. This experience provided Mr. Shami with invaluable exposure to the defense side of civil matters, allowing Mr. Shami an insight that many “plaintiff-only” attorneys often lack in representing clients in personal injury matters.
Mr. Shami has been successful in litigation against Ford Motor Company and General Motors in product defect cases as well as Bridgestone/Firestone in defective tire lawsuits. Mr. Shami also has considerable experience in commercial trucking collisions. In 2005, Mr. Shami was among the first attorneys in California to pierce Native American tribal sovereign immunity in the landmark case ofBluehawk v. Campo Band of Mission Indians. Mr. Shami successfully argued the case to the California Court of Appeals and successfully briefed the case before the California Supreme Court.
Mr. Shami is passionate about the law and helping injured people. His passion extends far beyond the courtroom. In 2001, Mr. Shami earned his professional motorcycle racing license with the AMA (American Motorcycle Association). In 2002, Mr. Shami became a motorcycle instructor and developed a widely recognized motorcycle training method used to coach motorcyclists into safer riders. As a riding instructor, Mr. Shami has trained many new motorcycle riders into safer and better riders. He also has worked with many injured riders, helping them overcome their disabilities and achieve just results when they were injured due to the carelessness of others.
Mr. Shami is happily married and the proud father of a seven year old daughter. He is an avid downhill skier, water skier, and can be found most weekends riding or racing motocross.