ABOUT PARAGON LAW FIRM
EXPERIENCED ACCIDENT AND PERSONAL INJURY FIRM
Located in Vienna, Virginia, Paragon Law Firm focuses exclusively on personal injury cases, such as those related to car accidents, driveshare accidents, slip & fall accidents and many others. We graciously accept clients throughout Fairfax County, all of Northern Virginia, Maryland & D.C.
Attorney Arash Zarei along with his professional staff have been advocating for personal injury victims for over a decade. Together, they go above and beyond for each client and are dedicated to seeking maximum financial compensation in each case.
JD - JURIS DOCTOR | WESTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY THOMAS M. COOLEY LAW SCHOOL
Attorney Arash Zarei received his Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School at the age of 25, making him the youngest graduate of his class.
BA, GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
Mr. Zarei attended George Mason University in Fairfax County, Virginia, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Government and International Politics.
VIRGINIA PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY
Mr. Zarei is admitted to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia, U. S. Eastern District Court of Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Virginia Bar Association, Member
Maryland Bar Association, Member
D.C. Bar Association, Member
Mr. Zarei’s exposure to the legal field began as an undergraduate during a summer internship. There he had the privilege of assisting attorney Bruce Aitken, managing partner of Aitken, Irvin, Berlin, & Vrooman in Washington, DC. The internship converted into a summer job and then to a year round part time position until 2004.
Mr. Zarei received his Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley Law School at the age of 25, making him the youngest graduate of his class. He completed his externship at the 30th Judicial Circuit Court of Ingham County. Upon being admitted to the Virginia Bar, Mr. Zarei decided to pursue his passion and enter the private practice of law.
Paragon Law Firm, PLLC | 2012-2014
The Zarei Law Firm | 2009-2011
Aitken Irvin Berlin & Vrooman | 2002-2004