Harout Greg Keosian

Harout G. Keosian is one of the founding Partners of Keosian Berberian LLP which he helped launch in 2014. Prior to the partnership, Mr. Keosian operated as the principle attorney of Keosian Law Group, APC which he established in 2009. Mr. Keosian has excelled in representing his clients in a variety of civil matters, achieving success and growth in a short amount of which led to the formation of Keosian Berberian LLP. The Firm was founded along with Richard Berberian, an attorney with extensive experience in medical malpractice and elder abuse, after the two collaborated on a number of cases.

Prior to starting his own firm, Mr. Keosian was an associate attorney at a plaintiff’s law firm, where he began his legal career.

At Keosian Berberian LLP, Mr. Keosian specializes in personal injury, property damage, insurance bad faith and business litigation. He fights to protect consumer rights against big insurance companies. His goal is to safeguard clients, work closely with them to navigate the complex legal process and arrive at a just and beneficial resolution. In addition, Mr. Keosian is a licensed real estate broker, giving him a unique perspective especially in matters dealing with property, business and contracts.

Mr. Keosian earned his Bachelor of Science in Business and Economics from California State University, Northridge, in 2001. He received his Juris Doctor from Southwestern Law School in 2004. Mr. Keosian was admitted to the California State Bar in May 2005. He is an active member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, American Bar Association, Los Angeles County Bar Association, Armenian Bar Association and Consumer Attorneys of California.

When Mr. Keosian is not working, he can be found serving his community. He was elected to and served on the Encino Neighborhood Council from 2008 to 2010. In addition, he has served on several boards for community and charitable organizations.

In his free time, Mr. Keosian enjoys sports, cars, travel, politics and cigars.

Languages Spoken
English, Armenian