Adamson Ahdoot LLP is thrilled to announce the addition of Associate Trial Attorney, Eean L. Boles. Mr. Boles joins our legal team as a passionate defender of wronged victims and has dedicated his career to helping individuals move towards a brighter future after suffering a tragic loss or injury. His experience as an aggressive litigator with experience handling challenging civil cases like wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury is a welcome addition to our skilled litigation team.
Mr. Boles comes to Adamson Ahdoot LLP with a background as a successful trial attorney – one who has sat in many greater Los Angeles courtrooms and who has been recognized by Plaintiff Magazine twice in his career. Mr. Boles is a graduate of UCLA School of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctorate Degree and served as the president of the Student Bar Association. He also earned his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration at Loyola Marymount University prior to going to law school. At Loyola Marymount University, Mr. Boles received the Barack H. Obama Leadership Award for his work as the president of the Black Student Union. He is currently an active member of the Consumer Attorney Association of Los Angeles, the California State Bar, and the Langston Bar Association.
Mr. Boles is a proud native of Los Angeles and an avid fan of the Rams and Lakers. Surprisingly, he is also a fan of the New York Yankees. As a passionate, relentless, and loyal attorney, he is eager to put his experience to work for his clients and see justice served.
Have you been hurt in a car accident, pedestrian accident, truck accident or any other type of avoidable accident? To arrange a free case consultation with Mr. Boles or any of our personal injury lawyers, submit a contact form today. The sooner you reach out to our law firm, the sooner our legal team can work towards securing you fair compensation for the damages related to a severe injury. With more than 30 years combined legal experience, we have helped victims like you recover millions of dollars for hospital bills, prescription medicine, surgery, physical therapy, lost wages, disfigurement, loss of quality of life, reduced earning capacity, and pain and suffering.