Zareh Jack Keosian joined Keosian Law Group in 2009 as a law clerk while completing his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Law at California State University, Northridge, where he was on the Dean’s List. He later attended Southwestern Law School and received a Juris Doctorate degree in 2014. He joined Keosian Law LLP at its inception and was admitted to the State Bar of California in 2015.
Passionate about fighting for individuals and businesses who have suffered property damage losses, Mr. Keosian zealously represents Plaintiffs in insurance bad faith, property damage, personal and catastrophic injuries, wrongful death, and mass tort cases. Mr. Keosian has achieved exemplary results for his Clients through his valuable knowledge and willingness to tackle and solve difficult problems.
Mr. Keosian currently represents hundreds of property and business owners in Property Damage and Insurance Bad Faith cases against large insurance companies. Additionally, he is actively representing thousands of Clients in mass tort cases. For example, he was part of the legal team which represented thousands of Clients who were affected by Porter Ranch Gas Leak. This case recently settled for $1.8 Billion. Currently, Mr. Keosian is part of the legal team which represents thousands of individuals who were affected by Dominguez Channel Contamination in Carson, California, the Woolsey Fire in Malibu, California and the Ohio Train Derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
Outside of work, Mr. Keosian enjoys traveling with his wife and their two young boys.