Daniel Kim Voted a Top 10 Best Attorney in Southern California by AIPIA

Top Orange County car accident lawyer recognized for excellence in legal practice and representation of clients in complex cases

Los Angeles, United States - February 27, 2020 /MarketersMedia/ —

The Law Offices of Daniel Kim, a top Orange County car accident lawyer, announced today that Mr. Kim has been voted one of the Top 10 Best Attorneys in Southern California by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys (AIPIA). The honor recognizes Kim’s expertise in legal practice and a well-earned reputation for excellence representing clients in complex cases.

“Being seriously injured in a car accident is a traumatic, highly confusing experience,” said Kim. “There’s a complicated tangle of insurance claims, doctor visits, police reports and medical bills. Unfortunately, it’s right at this moment of distraction and high emotion when you or your family has to be on point to get you the money you deserve—that’s where we come in. Our firm works with you to get you justice, even if you’re overwhelmed with the effects of the injury. You can focus on healing. We will focus on getting you compensated for your injuries.”

Clients contact Daniel Kim car accident lawyer for vehicle injuries as well as a wide variety of other negligence cases. These include wrongful death, Uber and Lyft accidents, motorcycle and pedestrian accidents and more. Kim’s practice has also been acknowledged by Martindale-Hubbell’s Highest Possible Rating in 2020 and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Kim received the Army Commendation Medal for his service in the US Army’s Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps.

About Daniel Kim
Kim’s law career has taken him around the world and back. As a paralegal in the U.S. Army JAG Corps, Kim served in Seoul, South Korea, and Baghdad, Iraq. Thanks to his hard work and resiliency, he was recognized as the top enlisted JAG member in the Asia Pacific region. Back in Orange County, Kim received his law degree and went to work serving his local community. Eventually his love of law brought him back to South Korea, where he served as an associate at one of the largest international firms in the world. Kim founded the Law Offices of Daniel Kim to give the victims of motor vehicle accidents a better choice to defend their rights.

For more information or a free consultation, visit https://www.usaccidentlawyer.com

Contact Info:
Name: Daniel Kim
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Organization: The Law Offices of Daniel Kim
Address: 611 Anton Blvd., Suite 925 Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Phone: 714-790-3519
Website: https://www.usaccidentlawyer.com/

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