Abogada Vivian

Personal Injury & Auto Accidents.

She has handled a wide variety of personal injury matters and automobile accidents.
Abogada Vivian
Bilingual Business



  • UCLA(1992)
  • Southwestern Law School (1996)



Personal Injury

  • Brain Injury
  • Birth Injury
  • Slip and Fall Accident
  • Workplace Injury

Car Accidents

  • Trucking Accident
  • Motorcycle Accident
  • Railroad Accidents

About Abogada Vivian

Vivian Yochelson is a UCLA graduate (’92) with a Bachelor of Arts in History and a minor in Business Administration. She attended Southwestern Law School (’96) and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 1996. She is currently the principal of Yochelson & Associates, A professional Corporation located in Woodland Hills, California.

Mrs. Yochelson was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley and speaks fluent Spanish thanks to being raised in a bilingual family of Chilean descent. Additionally, she is a licensed real estate broker and Notary Public. Mrs. Yochelson prides herself in giving her clients the personal attention their case deserves and always being available to speak with them personally, something that is not always available at larger law firms.

In her fifteen years of practice, she has handled a wide variety of personal injury matters ranging from automobile accidents, premises liability, products liability, dog bite incidents and assault and battery cases. She has had numerous successful results, including settlements of seven figures, but most importantly she will fight for her client’s rights and tell them the truth about their case.

With her numerous professional contacts in the community, as well as membership in the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA), Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC), Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) and Encino Lawyers Association (ELA), she is able to provide referrals to clients for any legal issues outside of her field of practice.

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