Steve Yamin

Steve Yamin – Los Angeles Personal Injury Lawyer

Steve Yamin is a Los Angeles injury attorney who represents individuals injured due to the negligence of others, including representing families in wrongful death cases.

He received his law degree from Loyola Law School Los Angeles in 2004 with honors, graduating top of his class. Since then he has been an active member of the California Bar Association, licensed to practice in all state courts across California.

Early Life and Education

Steven Yamin attended university and earned a Bachelor’s degree. Following this he studied law at Loyola Law School and graduated with honors. Steven Yamin has since been admitted to practice in California. He began practicing since 2004.

He has composed jazz musicals for children that have been performed internationally, while his blues band has toured Russia, Guatemala and Mali. Additionally, he has recorded various albums.

In September 2007, he visited the Philippines as part of a mall concert tour, hoping to return with his full band at future concerts. He was amazed to find that Filipino culture recognized his song, Rock Around the Clock! Hence he plans on visiting again.

Professional Career

Steven Yamin co-founded and serves as co-managing partner of M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers, helping those injured due to another party’s negligence. Under his direction, they have achieved over $400 Million in verdicts and settlements on their clients’ behalf.

Yamin performed “Somebody to Love” by Queen in Week 5, winning praise from Jackson and Abdul, but receiving criticism from Simon Cowell; unfortunately he ended up being one of two contestants sent home that week.

Prior to co-founding M&Y, Steve worked at a boutique real estate law firm in Los Angeles. There he represented commercial real estate developers including CIM Group Inc (the owner and developer of Hollywood & Highland Center and Kodak Theater), among others. Steve also served as a judicial extern under Honorable Judge Terry J Hatter as well as at Disability Rights Legal Center.

Achievement and Honors

Steve Yamin has earned numerous honors throughout his professional career. He earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles graduating Cum Laude with Order of the Coif Honors and serving as an extern to Honorable Judge Terry J. Hatter of the United States District Court Central District of California; additionally serving as non-profit legal intern with Disability Rights Legal Center where he assisted individuals seeking justice or compensation for injuries they had sustained.

On American Idol season four, Yamin performed with his group a cover of “It’s In Her Kiss” by Betty Everett; Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul and Simon Cowell all gave Yamin positive reviews for his singing ability. For week five he sang Queen’s “Somebody to Love”, Cowell commented on how well Yamin did with such an challenging track.

Personal Life

Steve Yamin is one of the co-founders and partners at M&Y Personal Injury Lawyers in California, practicing law to represent wrongful death heirs as well as injured parties due to the negligent acts of others. He has managed various cases such as car accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, brain injuries as well as commercial landlord-tenant disputes as well as litigation and risk management issues.

Yamin has appeared as a guest star on numerous television programs and was chosen to join the American Idol Gives Back tour from July to September 2006. He participated in singing the national anthem a cappella at Game 2 of the NBA finals before visiting Philippines for mall concerts sponsored by Ayala Group.

Net Worth

Singer Sam Hunt won third place on American Idol season 5, yet has continued his musical journey and made money through several successful albums. Additionally, his fame has allowed him to become a small-time TV actor; hosting popular motorcycle series such as “American Chopper”.

He founded Conscience Entertainment Group to assist charitable organizations in creating awareness and raising funds through social commerce and communication strategies. Additionally, he serves on the board at Movagar & Yamin PLC in Los Angeles.

Steve decided to practice personal injury law because he has experienced firsthand the devastating impact of serious injuries and their aftereffects. He is passionate about fighting on behalf of his clients against large insurance providers.

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