Attorney Kevin Biniazan joined Breit Cantor as an associate in 2017. Never shy to take a case to trial, Kevin has won a successful verdict in over 75% of the cases he’s presented to jurors. On average, these verdicts exceeded the final settlement offers by more than five times. Between jury trials and settlements, Kevin secured more than $15 million for his clients in his first two years of practice. Kevin has been recognized as a Rising Star (2019-2021) by Virginia Super Lawyers®, Ones to Watch by Best Lawyers® (2022) and a Top 40 under 40 Trial Lawyer by the National Trial Lawyers since 2019 . Kevin is the youngest trial lawyer in Virginia to be recognized by the National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 under 40.
Kevin believes individuals who have been wrongfully injured deserve the most dedicated, passionate, and tireless attorneys who will fight for their interests against large corporations, organizations, and insurance companies. No matter how many clients Kevin represents, he appreciates that each and every client only has one chance to achieve justice for themselves and their family. At Breit Cantor, he focuses his practice on motor vehicle collisions, defective products, and tractor-trailer collisions, as well as sexual assault and child sexual abuse cases.
Kevin is an active member of the American Association for Justice and a graduate of its 2019 Leadership Academy. He was recently 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.
A native of Tempe, Arizona, Kevin joined the firm immediately following his graduation from William & Mary Law School where he graduated cum laude. While he spends most of his time in Virginia, Kevin also represents clients who have been injured in Arizona. While at William & Mary Law School, Kevin served as the President of the school’s National Trial Team taught by Jeffrey Breit. He was inducted into the Order of the Barristers for exceptional oral advocacy after winning several trial competitions throughout the country, including the National American Bar Association Trial Advocacy Competition. 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.