ASAF AGAZANOF, ESQ.
Asaf Agazanof majored in Psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He received his law degree from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles and was admitted to the practice of law in California shortly thereafter. While at Loyola Law School, Asaf took advantage of all of the legal opportunities available to him knowing that the knowledge he acquires will one day help those he desires to advocate for. Asaf externed for the Honorable Gregory Alarcon, served as Vice-President of the Loyola Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles Chapter, and was the Speaker Chair of Loyola’s Student Bar Association.
Asaf believes that everybody deserves the right to take advantage of the protections they are afforded by the Law. Consequently, his entire practice is devoted to taking on contingency fee cases. Asaf's desire to help the underdog is deep rooted and he has a track record of helping the working class. Asaf has volunteered at Neighborhood Legal Services and assisted low-income families with unlawful evictions, volunteered with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles' Consumer Law Division and assisted low to no-income litigants file for bankruptcy, and volunteered with A New Way of Life's Expungement Clinic to assist former convicts obtain employment.
Asaf has been admitted to practice in all California state courts and all United States district courts of California. Asaf's practice areas include employment, labor, personal injury, consumer protection, and Social Security Disability assistance.
He is a member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles and the California Employment Lawyers Association.