Kevin Biniazan is a trial attorney who passionately represents individuals injured or harmed by the carelessness of others. Between jury trials and settlements, Kevin has secured more than $55 million for his clients in his first five years of practice.

Since 2019, he has been recognized as a Rising Star by Virginia Super Lawyers®. In 2021, he was honored with the Ones to Watch award by Best Lawyers® as well as receiving the distinction of Up & Coming Lawyer by Virginia Lawyers Weekly. Kevin is the youngest trial lawyer in Virginia to be recognized by the National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 under 40.   

When You Need Justice, Kevin Doesn’t Back Down

Kevin, who graduated cum laude from William & Mary Law School in 2017, traces his thirst for success back to childhood. Raised by immigrants in Tempe, Arizona, Kevin’s ambition was colored by the sacrifices his parents made. “I have always lived by the phrase, ‘Pressure is a privilege,’” says Kevin. 

This fierce internal drive is what sets Kevin apart from other trial lawyers. He never backs down, no matter the cunning tactics employed by the defense. 

“Our clients are the outsiders. They aren’t the sophisticated insurance companies or big businesses that understand how to navigate the legal world,” says Kevin. “Our clients are in the fight of their lives, and there is nowhere I would rather be than in that fight with them.”

Helping the Innocent and Wronged

Kevin discovered his passion for personal injury litigation in the summer of 2015 when he served as an intern for the New York City Law Department. He was assigned a case in which a young boy had suffered a terrible brain injury at school. The plaintiff claimed that the city was negligent and was seeking recoveries. 

“I had an opportunity to write a brief that would have effectively won the case for the city,” says Kevin. “As I wrote the brief, I remember thinking, ‘I hope I lose.’”

In that moment, Kevin realized his true calling was to help innocent families seek the fair compensation they deserved. Kevin has since dedicated himself to a tireless fight for justice, focusing his practice on motor vehicle collisions, defective products, and tractor-trailer collisions. He also represents survivors of sexual assault and child sexual abuse

To Kevin, each client is more than a case number: they are an individual worthy of his time, undivided attention, and dogged pursuit of success. 

Before attending William & Mary Law School, Kevin earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Grand Canyon University where he played varsity soccer, graduated summa cum laude, and earned the university’s highest academic honor by selection of the faculty: the Ray-Maben Scholar award. While he spends most of his time in Virginia, Kevin also represents clients who have been injured in Arizona through our Breit Biniazan office in Phoenix.

Kevin is an active member of the American Association for Justice and a graduate  of its 2019 Leadership Academy. In 2020 he was awarded the Above and Beyond Award which recognizes members who have made exceptional contributions to sustain and strengthen the organization. In addition, he serves as the New Lawyer Division’s representative on the Board of Governors for the Association. At home, Kevin serves on several committees for the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and on the Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Virginia.

You can find Kevin on most socials sharing legal pro tips and insights with the handle @kevinbiniazan. His YouTube channel features his Legal Lunchbreak show where he dives deeper into legal issues as they pertain to entertainment and pop culture.

 


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Awards

Education

  • J.D. William & Mary Law School, cum laude (2017)
  • B.S., Grand Canyon University, summa cum laude (2014)

Bar Admissions

  • Virginia
  • Arizona

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia

Honors & Awards

  • Listed, Super Lawyers® – Rising Stars in Virginia (2019-2022)
  • Top 40 Under 40, National Trial Lawyers (2019 & 2020)
  • Best Lawyers® Ones to Watch (2022-2023)
  • Up & Coming Lawyers, Virginia Lawyers Weekly (2020)
  • Above and Beyond Award, American Association for Justice (2020)
  • New Lawyers Division Excellence Award, American Association for Justice (2020) 

Professional Associations

  • American Association for Justice, Member
    • Board of Governors, Member (July 2020 – Present)
    • National College of Advocacy, Board of Trustees (July 2022)
    • Leadership Academy (July 2019 – July 2020)
    • Membership Oversight Committee, Member (July 2020 – Present)
    • Diversity and Inclusion Committee, Member (July 2018 to Present)
    • National Finance Council (July 2018 to Present)
    • New Lawyers Division
      – Executive Committee (July 2020 – Present)
      – Representative to the Board of Governors (July 2020 – Present)
      – Co-Chair of Membership Committee (July 2019 – July 2020)
      – Representative to the Diversity and Inclusion Committee (July 2018 to Present)
    • Minority Caucus
       -Co-Chair of Scholarship Committee (July 2018 – July 2020)
  • American Bar Association, Member
  • Arizona Association for Justice, Member
  • National Crime Victim Bar Association
    – Young Lawyers Council, Member (December 2019 – Present)
  • Norfolk-Portsmouth Bar Association, Member
  • State Bar of Arizona, Member
  • Virginia Beach Bar Association, Member
  • Virginia State Bar, Member
  • Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Member
    – Board of Governors, Member (March 2020 – Present)
    – Membership Committee (March 2020 – Present)
    – Tort Law Legislative Subcommittee, (March 2019 – Present)
    – Annual Convention Planning Committee (March 2019 – Present)
    – Young Trial Lawyer Leadership Committee (March 2018 – Present)
  • Public Justice, Member (2019 – Present)

 

 

 

 

Publications/Presentations

  • Technology at Trial: How to Shine a Light on your Best Practice
    – Winter Convention, American Association for Justice (2019)
  • It’s a Game Change: Tips for Using the Latest iPad Software
    – Winter Convention, American Association for Justice (2020)
  • Faculty Workshop Leader
    – Advanced Depositions College, American Association for Justice (2020)
  • Successfully Getting Medical Records into Evidence
    – Tort Law Seminar: Med School for Attorneys, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (2020)
  • Voir Dire – Begin with the End in Mind
    – Advanced Auto Retreat: Sharpen your Focus, Virginia Trial Lawyers Association (2020)
  • A Trial Lawyer’s Guide to iPad Technology
    – Boardwalk Seminar: Technology for Litigators, New Jersey Association for Justice (2020)
  • Faculty Workshop Leader
    – Remote Depositions Workshop, American Association for Justice (2020)
  • Depositions are Trial
    – Winter with the Stars Webinar Series, American Association for Justice (2021)
  • Technology at Trial: How to Shine a Light on your Best Practice
    – Winter Convention, American Association for Justice (2021)
  • Trial Advocacy College
    – Depositions College: Implementing the Tools, American Association for Justice (2021)
  • New Lawyers Boot Camp
    – Voir Dire Goals and Pitfalls, American Association for Justice (2021)
  • Remote Depositions College
    – Perfecting Remote Depositions, American Association for Justice (2021)
  • Staying in Control During Depositions
    – Annual Convention, American Association for Justice (2021)
  • Depositions College: Sharpening Your Skills
    –  Trial Advocacy College, American Association for Justice (2021)
  • When To Bury A Witness – Deposition or Trial?
    – Annual Convention, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association (2021)
  • Statute of Limitations Reform: Passing Laws and Serving Survivors
    – Mass Torts Made Perfect Webinar (2021)
  • Abuse Victims at Residential Treatment Centers
    – The National Crime Victim Bar Association (NCVBA) National Conference  (2021)
  • Lay Witnesses: Exhaustion, Boxing-in, Restating and Summarizing
    – AAJ Advanced Depositions College (2022)
  • Building and Using Case Specific Rhetorical Questions
    –  AAJ Advanced Depositions College (2022)
  • Deposing Experts – Silver Bullets for any Expert
    –  AAJ Advanced Depositions College (2022)

Community Involvement

  • Boys & Girls Club of Southeast Virginia, Board of Directors
    – Chair of the Virginia Beach Unit Board (December 2017 – November 2019)

Wrongful Death

$15 Million

Birth Injury

$11.5 Million

Brain InjuryCar AccidentsWrongful Death

$11 Million

Premises Liability

$10.75 Million

Personal Injury

$1.67 Million

Truck Accidents

$1.44 Million

Motor Vehicle Accident

$250,000

Car Accidents

$250,000

Motor Vehicle Accident

$220,000

Personal Injury

$165,000

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