Awards & Recognitions

What We Do

At the Law Office of Parag L. Amin, P.C. (“LawPLA”), we pride ourselves in delivering both extraordinary legal counsel and exceptional client results.

Client Reviews & Testimonials

Parag is an excellent lawyer; he kept us up to date with the case and went above and beyond answering all of the questions we had. It wasn't easy finding a good lawyer without recommendations from friends, but from the start we were confident in Parag's abilities. The process was as painless as it could have been. Very thankful to have found Parag and highly recommend his practice.

-N.R. August 14, 2018

Our Results

Below are same of the past outcomes we’ve delivered to our clients

$2,500,000+

in saved payments on a royalty agreement in which the case settled during trial (just before closing arguments)and after an initial offer of $0.

$1,370,000

saved as a result of hiring our firm on a real estate defense case.

$1,100,000

for a premises liability case in which the corporate landlord initially offered $0.

$850,000

saved as a result of hiring our firm in a business dispute.

$776,000

for pure emotional distress damages without any physical symptoms and $0 in medical bills.

$697,500

for a premises liability case in which our client cut his hand on a heater and sustained nerve damage and after the landlord denied the injury and made an initial offer of $0.

$350,000

$350,000 for a car accident case involving a broken leg in which the highest amount another prominent law firm was able to obtain as an offer was $100,000.

$275,000

for a premises liability case in which the client was bitten by bed bugs for months and the landlord denied the presence of the bed bugs and initially offered $0.

$233,000

for a premises liability matter in which the clients’ personal items were destroyed due to a negligent landlord.

$225,000

employment law settlement despite alleged termination for cause

$169,250

for a failure to disclose in a real estate transaction case after an initial offer of $0.

$110,000

for a consumer fraud case involving a mechanic after an initial offer of $0.

$100,000

for an auto vs. pedestrian case that other lawyers said was worth $10,000.

$100,000

for a broken arm caused by a woman’s dog taking off running and pushing client to the ground after an initial offer of $0 (policy limit).

$100,000

for a car accident case of auto vs. pedestrian for a broken leg after an initial offer of $30,000 (policy limit).

$100,000

personal injury settlement for a broken toe in a gym.

$97,000

for a consumer fraud case involving a mechanic after an initial offer of $0.

$57,000

for an employment case following an initial offer of $0.

Disclaimer: Please note that our prior results are not a warranty, guarantee, or prediction of future results. Each case is different just like each of our clients.

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