I am a founding partner of LJ Law, a full-service law firm based in Las Vegas,... more
I am a founding partner of LJ Law, a full-service law firm based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Prior to and during my attendance in law school, I owned a financial planning business where I helped middle class Americans get out of debt and save for their future. I have experience representing and defending large insurance companies in automobile liability, errors and omissions, premises liability, i... view profile
I am a partner at the law firm of Hawkins, Boley AlDabbagh. My primary areas of... more
I am a partner at the law firm of Hawkins, Boley AlDabbagh. My primary areas of practice are criminal defense and personal injury. I love my job because I love standing up for the little guy against the power of the government or the power of a large insurance company. In my free time, I do Crossfit and I love fast cars and motorcycles. It is a good thing I can also fix traffic tickets.
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