Steven R. Vartazarian

Steven R. Vartazarian

The Vartazarian Law Firm
  • Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Products Liability
  • California
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Steven R. Vartazarian is a founding principal attorney of The Vartazarian Law Firm in Sherman Oaks, California. Steve specializes in medical malpractice and personal injury litigation.

Steve takes each case personally and spends time getting to know his clients and their case. Each case is then worked up with no stone left unturned. It is this type of dedication that is the hallmark of his work ethic and resulting verdicts, arbitration awards and settlements.

Steve recently won a rare favorable ruling on a California medical malpractice and fraud claim that will allow his client to not only proceed, but will also allow the jury to award punitive damages against the defendants.

Steve graduated cum laude from Oklahoma City University and cum laude from Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

Steve serves on the Board of the Encino Lawyers Association and is a member of California Attorney's Association of Los Angeles, Consumer Attorneys of California, Cowboy Lawyers Association, and the Armenian Bar Association. He is admitted to practice before all the California Courts and the United States District Court.

Practice Areas
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury
  • Products Liability
Additional Practice Area
  • Litigation
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Languages
  • Armenian: Spoken, Written
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Partner
The Vartazarian Law Firm
- Current
Associate
Cheong, Denove, Rowell & Bennett
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Education
Oklahoma City Univ
Undergraduate Degree
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Law Degree
Professional Associations
Encino Lawyers Association
Board Member
- Current
Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles
Member
- Current
Consumer Attorneys of California
Member
- Current
Cowboy Lawyers Association
Member
- Current
California State Bar # 227635
Member
- Current
Armenian Bar Association
Member
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5 Questions Answered

Q. During lung surgery surgeon ruptured my breast implants. permanent damage involved to breast and lungs
A: Medical malpractice cases are probably the toughest cases to pursue. You really need to request all of your medical records and speak with a Medical Malpractice attorney about this.
Q. Is there any recourse for having an allergic reaction from an Absorbine Jr back patch, and then getting respiratory failure?
A: First thing first, you need to make sure that the patch contains what you are allergic to. You should probably see an allergist about this. If it does, then you need to make sure that nothing else could have caused the reaction, such as a food allergy. Second, you should look at the box to see if there are any warnings about possible allergic reactions to the contents of the patch. This is the first thing a products liability attorney would do. My advice, if you would like to pursue this, would be to get the ball rolling on these things and also contact a product liability attorney to see if any are interested. However, you should also know that some attorneys will not take cases when the injury was short lived and there was a full recovery.
Q. In a slip fall case at major grocerer, I did not seek a medical opinion for 2 ½-3 weeks while bedridden from the accident
A: Absolutely. This delay is not that significant, but it also depends upon what your doctor found when you finally did go.
Q. My lawyers are trying to persuade me to settle for less. Should I be concerned about this behavior?
A: It depends on how much less, but usually, no. The alternative is to not settle, which can result in receiving less than what is currently being offered or maybe nothing at all. The best advise if you are that concerned is to seek a second opinion regarding the value of your case.
Q. I fell on a "owner builder" job site and broke bones. does the owner of the building have any responsibility
A: The owner of the building may have responsibility depending upon the condition of the property that caused you to fall and where you were on the property at the time. More information is needed to fully answer this question.
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The Vartazarian Law Firm
15250 Ventura Blvd., Suite 505
Los Angeles, CA 90067
USA
Telephone: (818) 990-9949