The Awada Firm – California, through its attorneys has been successful in having many criminal cases dismissed. The Awada Firm handles criminal matters from pre-indictment through post conviction, in both State and Federal Courts.
If you or a loved one are facing criminal charges in California, your freedom and future are at stake. You need a knowledgeable, skilled, and experienced criminal defense attorney by your side to aggressively defend you against these charges. Please call our office at 714.866.2251 for a free and confidential case evaluation.
The Awada Firm recognizes that the most powerful man in our ‘Justice System’ is a Police Officer. Why? Because a Police Officer has the ability to take a persons life and liberty, thereby imposing a sentence, without justification.
In order to hold these Officers and the Police Department liable, The Awada Firm has mastered Police Procedures and Protocols through Peace Office Standards and Training (POST), the key to Policing the Police.
If you or a loved one believe your Civil Rights have been violated, you need an experienced and skilled attorney to vindicate your Civil Rights. Please call our office at 714.866.2251< for a free and confidential case evaluation.
Personal Injury is legally defined as any wrong or damage done to another, either In his person, rights, or reputation. Parker v. Griswold (1845) 17 Conn 298. A tort committed in contempt or outrage of any one, whereby his body, his dignity, or his reputation is injured and/or harmed. Voet, Com. ad Pand. 47, t. 10, no. 1.
If you are a victim of Personal Injury you can recover General Damages, Special Damages, and Punitive Damages.
General Damages are referred to as non-economic damages, and are awarded for intangible injuries; such as, pain and suffering, mental anguish, disfigurement, loss of companionship, physical impairment, and other non-pecuniary damages.
Special Damages are referred to as economic damages, and are awarded for tangible injuries; such as, medical bills, lost wages, lost earnings, reduced earning capacity, property damages, and disability.
Punitive Damages are referred to as exemplary damages and typically serve to punish a Defendant and prevent similar behavior from occurring again.
If you or a loved one has been involved in an accident or have been injured, please call our office at 714.886.2251 for a free case evaluation with our experienced attorneys. There is NO fee unless we win!
The Awada Firm – California is there to help you plan for the unexpected. Our team can assist you in planning for the future and making sure your loved ones are taken care of.
In order to ensure your property is properly disposed of after death, a testator can create a will or a trust.
A trust is a legal relationship created (in lifetime, or on death) by a settlor when assets are placed under the control of a trustee for the benefit of a beneficiary, or for a specified purpose. A trust has the following characteristics:
A will is a legal document in which a person (the testator) declares their intention as to what should happen to their estate after their death, and which is executed in accordance with certain legal formalities. In order to be valid, a will must be:
The difference between a will and a trust, is that a will does not avoid probate and there is still a judicial process. However, a trust avoids probate and the judicial process.
If you need a will drafted or a trust created please give our office a call at 714.886.2251.