Sepehr Daghighian is a partner with CCA that is well-versed in all aspects of lemon-law litigation. A 2005 graduate of Loyola Law School, Mr. Daghighian has been practicing litigation throughout the state of California for over 13-years. In this time, Mr. Daghighian has advocated on behalf of California consumers in hundreds of lemon law cases throughout our great state. Mr. Daghighian has also successfully tried numerous such cases to verdict in both Federal and State Court.
Mr. Daghighian’s practice has included preparing hundreds of cases for trial against FCA (Fiat, Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep, and other vehicles), Ford Motor Company, Hyundai Motor America, Kia Motors America, BMW North America, Mercedes-Benz USA, and several other major manufacturers. Mr. Daghighian’s litigation philosophy is that, while the vast majority of cases settle before trial, all cases should be prepared with the diligence and thoroughness needed to prevail at trial before a jury. Therefore, all aspects of a case are handled meticulously; knowing that the lawyer’s work may ultimately form a part of a closing argument. Mr. Daghighian is also sensitive to the human aspect of lemon-law matters – recognizing that ultimately CCA’s cases are about ordinary consumers that have been mistreated by major corporations with vastly superior resources. Mr. Daghighian’s practice is focusing on leveling the playing field by matching the Song-Beverly Act’s strong consumer protections with unparalleled advocacy to achieve exceptional results for CCA’s clients.
Prior to attending Loyola Law School, Mr. Daghighian graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics.