Car accidents, slip & falls, and the like can cause great interruption to our lives. It is best to quickly address these injuries before it is too late, or the injury worsens.
Sometimes when we are injured by commercial products, we are one of thousands injured people. It is important that with these injuries that we join the mass group to recover.
As our population ages it is important that we care to the needs of the elder and vulnerable. Whether physical or emotional there are steps that can be taken to prevent and report abuse.
Too often our civil rights are violated by people entrusted to act on the behalf of either the government or private business. When your rights are violated it is important to act.
Some companies take advantage of hard-working people by not upholding contract terms, supplying inferior products, or other unethical business tactics
Hamid Saahir is an attorney barred in the District of Columbia and Indiana. He is a 2020 graduate of the University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law, where he served as president of the Student Bar Association.
Mr. Saahir cares about the concerns of his clients. He does not simply want to win cases; he wants to win cases that his clients deserve providing them the results they need. Whether the issue is big or small Mr. Saahir puts his best foot forward.
In addition to serving his clients, Mr. Saahir also serves on the Board of Advisors for The Nation’s Mosque, Masjid Muhammad. He is a consultant with WCP Communications where he has helped with public relations on cases including police brutality cases of Jacob Blake and Joel Acevedo, cases led by attorneys Ben Crump and B’Ivory LaMarr.
Before the law, Mr. Saahir was an educator in the District of Columbia Public School System, a freelance graphic designer, a photographer, and owned and operated 4Cast Magazine. Mr. Saahir speaks to students to provide mentorship and academic advice.
Currently, Mr. Saahir serves as the Social Media Chair for the American Bar Association’s Litigation Section Family Law Committee and served as the past Vice-Chair of the Law Student Division of the National Bar Association.
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