Meet The Wilshire Law Firm Attorneys
Founding President & Attorney
For the past ten years, Bobby Saadian has put his heart and soul into changing the lives of thousands of people, who came to Wilshire Law Firm for legal representation; good people, who didn’t have a voice to fight against powerful insurance companies, mega-corporations and big business.
Colin Jones is a highly sought-after trial attorney. Colin has been the firm’s lead trial lawyer. He has successfully recovered more than $90 million in exceptional verdicts and settlements on behalf of grateful clients. Colin is proud to be triple-barred in the states of California, Illinois and Texas.
Daniel B. Miller, Esq. is a fierce advocate of justice and has helped clients recover millions of dollars in favorable verdicts and settlements. As a personal injury trial attorney at Wilshire Law Firm, Daniel is always prepared to bring a case to court and fight, aggressively, for accident victims and their families.
Senior Trial Attorney
Jon C. Teller acts as one of the primary trial attorneys at Wilshire Law Firm. Jon has resolved dozens of cases, many worth well over seven figures. In 2016, Jon received the 20th highest personal injury trial verdict in California, a $3,652,000 verdict for a disputed liability vehicle collision at an intersection.
Nicol Hajjar, Esq. specializes in employment law at Wilshire Law Firm. She has secured an array of successful settlements on behalf of her clients.
Hazel S. Chang has engaged in extensive law and motion practice; researching and analyzing multiple areas of law, formulating litigation strategies, trial preparation, mediation, and case management.
Vy Nguyen discovered that her passion for helping people thrives in the legal industry; helping clients navigate the confusing, and often difficult, road to recovery after catastrophic accidents.
Tae-Yoon Kim brings his 18 years of experience and versatility to Wilshire Law Firm. He has been involved in all phases of the litigation process over that time period for both plaintiffs and defendants.
Nicole is excited to be working on the plaintiff side of personal injury law. She strives to fight for the rights of accident victims and to help them obtain the justice they deserve.
Sutton’s attorney career began with working for some of the largest and most powerful personal injury defense firms in the country. During his time there he became disillusioned with the tactics employed by the firm’s big business clients in order to skirt their obligations to their customers. These clients, which included well-known insurance and trucking companies consistently attempted to put profits over people. He also noticed how often he came across the Wilshire Law Firm name on behalf of injured plaintiffs in these cases.
Thiago Coelho focuses on handling complex class and mass actions for Wilshire Law Firm. Well-versed in issues like consumer protection and data privacy, much of his innovative legal work has been at the center of this developing area of the law. Thiago specializes in high-stakes litigation with multimillion-dollar claims, involving numerous class action lawsuits in response to corporate data breaches, consumer protection, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and unfair business practices.
Gregory Stuck supervises the Demand Department and acts as the primary negotiator in all pre-litigation matters for Wilshire Law Firm. He strives to obtain optimal results for the firm's clients and to ensure that cases close in an efficient and timely manner. Gregory believes that the secret to success in negotiations is in the details; focusing on excellent presentation, preparedness, and relentless advocacy.
Justin F. Marquez is a dedicated advocate for consumers and employees in class action litigation, whistleblower actions, employee harassment and discrimination, and wrongful termination cases. Mr. Marquez specializes in high-stakes class action litigation, routinely representing clients in complex legal matters in California state courts and federal courts, including the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.