7 years experience
Gelareh Fassazadeh, an associate with Pearlman, Brown & Wax, began her legal career representing clients in criminal and personal injury cases.
Currently, Gelareh’s practice focuses on all aspects of Workers’ Compensation defence claims.
During law school, Gelareh participated in internship programs with the District Attorney’s office, as well as the Public Defender’s office.
She received a CALI Award in Mediation and currently holds a Mediation Certificate.
University of California, Los Angeles, Bachelor of the Arts University of La Verne, College of Law, Juris Doctorate Member of the State Bar of California Member of the Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorneys’ Association In her leisure time, Gelareh enjoys travelling, swimming and playing the violin.
Founded on the principle of providing the employer community of California with quality legal services, the Law Offices of Pearlman, Brown & Wax, LLP has earned a state-wide reputation for aggressive and comprehensive representation in employment law, workers’ compensation defence, subrogation, liability defence, sports-related injury defence and labour-related matters.
Headed by founding partner Barry S. Pearlman, the firm has grown each year since its inception in 1984 and now maintains a staff of more than 50 experienced litigation specialists and a skilled support staff.
The firm emphasizes education, counselling and litigation support to employers, insurance carriers, and third-party administrators.
PB&W’s cutting-edge and aggressive approach to litigation, as well as an ability to tailor cost-effective solutions to fit clients’ needs, leads to a high level of client satisfaction. Iranian Lawyer in Orange County
PB&W is actively involved in the Professionals in Human Resources Association and the California Workers’ Compensation Defense Attorneys’ Association, as well as advisory committees on employment law and workers’ compensation.
The firm provides complimentary education and training with an eye towards helping companies avoid litigation.