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Andrew A. Talebi is a trial attorney at The Javid Trial Firm. Andrew has handled hundreds of high-exposure, aggregated, or complex lawsuits from inception through trial or favorable settlement.  As a zealous and passionate advocate for his clients, Andrew has been fortunate enough to secure several jury verdicts in his clients’ favor throughout California.  In recognition of this success, Andrew has been selected to the Super Lawyers Rising Star list multiple consecutive years – a distinction only 2.5% of attorneys in Southern California obtain.

Prior to joining The Javid Trial Firm, Andrew honed his skills primarily as a defense lawyer representing Fortune 100 companies and other institutional clients in a wide spectrum of Business, Employment, Professional and General Liability litigation. This experience made clear to him that large corporations and insurance companies spare no expense in avoiding liability for the harm they cause. Having witnessed enough claims resolve for less than their true value, Andrew made the conscious decision to change his practice and exclusively advocate for justice for individuals who have been seriously aggrieved or injured.

Andrew aggressively prosecutes his matters in order to level the playing field between multi-billion dollar insurance companies that care only about their bottom line at the expense of individuals who have had their lives permanently altered. Andrew’s pursuit is rooted in a passion for justice and making a positive and lasting impact in the community. To that end, Andrew was recognized by the Mayor of Beverly Hills as the recipient of the Mayor’s Kindness Award for his contributions to the city. 

Andrew received his law degree from Loyola Law School and competed on the Scott Moot Court National Team, which earned him the distinction of Best Brief and Oral Advocate Champion in the Southern California Regional Competition. Andrew received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Philosophy from Loyola Marymount University, where he was President of the Political Science Association.