"He responded to every question I had. No fluff - just the meat. When it came to my medical stuff, like finding doctors, and medical facilities, and whatever other logistics and paperwork involved, they helped me the whole way. They were ON it. No matter wh"
“Omega Law... what can I say... Well the first thing I have to say is that I had a different attorney before Omega Law. Immediately after my accident I felt some neck & back pain, and my neighbors suggested I "lawyer up" just in case this achy neck & back becomes more than just an ache. I didn't know any better and if nobody suggested that, I probably wouldn't have even considered finding a lawyer. So I looked up Yelp and just picked the one that had the most and highest rated reviews. I give them a hollar, and I told them about my case, and literally 45 minutes later someone came to my door with papers to sign, on the spot. It all went by so fast. They were on top of this, and not knowing any better, I was initially very impressed. But as soon as I signed and the person left my place, that sense of importance immediately disappeared. Not know anything about the legal process of a car accident case, I had some questions, and naturally I reached out to my newly signed lawyers. But little did I know how hard it would be to get any info. It's like they vanished. The only time they would respond is when I would CC the actual attorney when emailing them... OH YEAH... And who have I been interacting with this whole time? I don't remember. Maybe the case manager? maybe some assistant? maybe the receptionist? I don't know who it was but what I did know is that I have never spoken with my actual lawyer and never had the access to. Again, I didn't know jack about law stuff and how law firms operate. For all I knew this is how all law firms work, and since they had a ton of rave reviews, their shitty communication was better than the other shitty communication. But I definitely did not like how hard it was to communicate with them, and the feeling that I really just didn't matter....simply, it sucked. The first few months felt like this, until I randomly met Robin Saghian of Omega Law. I was driving for a RideShare company at the time (which is how I got rear ended a few months prior) and I ended up giving Robin and a few of his companions a ride. After a few minutes of small talk, we eventually landed on the topic of my case and my lawyer, and how I am completely dissappointed with my communication process with them. That's when Robin offered, with no pressure, that if I want to change lawyers, that his team could help with that, AND that I wouldn't have to do a single thing to make that happen. They would do it all. I had no damn idea that it would be that easy to change lawyers. Did you know that? I wasn't even looking for another lawyer at the time, primarily because I just didn't know you could get out of your current lawyer. Once we got to the destination, Robin handed me his card and said to hit him up if I want to change up the game. So figuring I couldn't do any worse than the rat bastards I was currently with, A few days later, I just gave Robin a text and asked him if he was still interested in my case. He said yes. Within a few hours, we were all signed up. They were just as fast as the previous law firm and just as diligent up to the point of me signing.... But how will their communication be after?? Would he and his team just ghost out on me like the previous jokers? Well already, I had Robin's direct cell phone so that was immediately different. His number was right on his business card and not just the main office number. He responded to every stupid question I had. No fluff - just the meat. When it came to my medical stuff, like finding doctors, and medical facilities, and whatever other logistics and paperwork involved, they helped me the whole way. They were ON it. No matter what I needed, I always felt like the whole team was there for me. During this whole time the unfortunate part was that my back wasn't getting better and was only getting worse. The fortunate part though is that I can keep writing this review. So anyways, as the case went on, I eventually met Robins other partners: Edwin and Shahab and they really helped me with the case and helped me prepare for every single step of the way of the case, to the very end. And if I wanted to talk to any of them, for any reason, I could. They had my back. I felt it. I've written a lot...geez. Let's wrap this up. Fast forward to today - I'm rich. Like literally. I feel like an arse for announcing that. But it's true. And I truly believe it was because of this team. Omega Law. They are no joke. I signed up on Yelp just to write this long ass review, because they are that good. Unfortunately I still have back issues, but thankfully to Omega, I can afford to go to Germany to have one of the best spinal surgeons in the world to treat me in a month.”