Dedicated San Diego Advocate for the Injured & Wronged
As a licensed personal injury attorney in California, Ms. Djawadian provides relentless dedication and service to clients in greater San Diego who have been injured or wronged by others. She is the founder of YD Injury Law where she leads her professional staff by example with a persistent approach to achieving the justice she believes her clients deserve. Ms. Djawadian is not afraid to take a case to trial or appeal it when necessary. With this determination and passion for what is best for her clients, she has recovered more than $45 million in settlements and verdicts.
Honors & Awards
Attorney Djawadian has been listed as a Rising Star by the prestigious Super Lawyers organization two years in a row. This achievement is earned by only 2.5 percent of attorneys and is a tribute to her legal ability, dedication, and results. The award is granted only to attorneys under the age of 40 or who have been in practice for less than 10 years. These are attorneys who have attained the success that is similar to more established and prominent attorneys in their respective fields.
Ms. Djawadian has also been recognized as a Top 40 under 40 attorney by The National Trial Lawyers, an exclusive organization whose members are by invitation only. This recognition is granted to those trial attorneys under the age of 40 who have proven excellence and professionalism in their field resulting in successful outcomes. She has also been honored as one of the top 10 best attorneys in the state by The American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys for her exceptional service to clients.
As a proficient personal injury lawyer who maintains a keen interest and familiarity with recent events, Ms. Djawadian has had the privilege of sharing her knowledge and legal insight on various media outlets, including ABC and San Diego Ten News.
She has also served as a legal writing professor for students at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, a private university in San Diego.
Ms. Djawadian’s passionate advocacy for the rights of victims has been demonstrated repeatedly in her support for charitable causes throughout the community. These include the California Innocence Project, an organization committed to the exoneration of those who have been wrongfully convicted of a crime.
- Juris Doctor, California Western School of Law, graduated magna cum laude
- Bachelor of Arts, University of California San Diego
- State Bar of California
- California State Courts
- California Federal Courts