In the Community
Super Woman Super Lawyer Maryam Parman values her clients and the communities that they are a part of. Maryam gives back by being an active member in her community and those that are important to the clients she represents.
Maryam Parman Foundation for Injured Children
Maryam is the founder of her foundation – the Maryam Parman Foundation for Injured Children (MPFIC). Being a personal injury attorney for so long, Maryam realized the extreme hardship that children and parents endure when a child was involved in a catastrophic accident. MPFIC helps pay for medical expenses, medical devices, therapy, and more for children who have serious injuries. Find out more about MPFIC and see how you can help.
Trauma Intervention Program
The Trauma Intervention Program (TIP) is a nationwide program that links up victims of accidents with those in their community that are best suited to help them through this traumatic time. Maryam Parman has been a board member of TIP for years, providing her knowledge of accidents and the trauma that individuals face after an accident and applying this to the program. TIP is a non-profit organization that aims to make the aftermath of an accident as smooth as possible for those involved in accidents, as well as their families.
Chino High School Girls Basketball Team
Maryam Parman has been an active sponsor in Chino High School’s girl’s basketball team. Coach Joe, her former client, is the head coach for the girl’s varsity basketball team there. Coach Joe was involved in a very serious accident that left him permanently injured. His story touched Maryam and she felt the need to help his community, so she decided to sponsor his team each year!
Pep Rally – Orange Vista High School, Perris, CA
Super Woman Super Lawyer, Maryam Parman, along with iHeart Media’s 102.7 KISS FM’s Jesse Lozano and Dillion Francis, hosted a massive Pep Rally for the students at Orange Vista High School in Perris, CA. At the Pep Rally, Maryam Parman donated a $5,000 check to help with the class of 2018 Associated Student Body programs. Maryam Parman has always had a place in her heart to help the youth.