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KAASS LAW Westwood

Business, Intellectual Property, Accident & Injury, Criminal, Litigation

  • Office Hour: Monday - Friday, 9:00AM - 5:00PM
  • Language: English, Armenian, Spanish, French, Farsi, Russian

310-943-1171

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Armen Kiramijyan

Personal Injury, Accident & Injury, Car Accident, Business, Trademark
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Armen Kiramijyan graduated from USC Dornsife College (formerly Letters, Arts & Sciences) in 2007 with a accelerated B.A. and M.A. in Economics. After ... (more)

"I am very pleased with my experience with Armen Kiramijyan.nIf you have any problems, these are the people you can trust. I am very happy to meet this lawer. The staff here is very professional and they were always able to help accommodate my needs.nThank you for your work!"

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"Thank you for the valuable business consulting your attorneys provided. Helped me save much time and heache."

  4 months ago     Grigori Kokchyan


"Another one bites the dust thanks to Kaas Law! nnBefore meeting with an attorney from Kaas Law, I had lost all hope in getting my motorcycle accident case resolved. I made several attempts in finding a law firm which I felt at ease with and luckily a friend of mine referred me to Kaas. They accommodated my work schedule by setting my initial appointment after their office hours with no issues. Unlike other personal injury attorneys, Gary was very informative through out the process with communication by email and phone- whatever it took to set my mind at ease. Initial court documents were completed in a timely matter with out the run around or hidden fees, fact finding and discovery process was a breeze, and most important my policy limits were all recovered! Only downside was it took longer than I had expected but hey Rome wasn't built in one day. I'm a happy biker with Kaas Law"

  1 year ago     Lily Dzhandzhukyan


"This Los Angeles law firm with a location in Glendale knows their stuff well. They have depth, personality, experience, and most important for me, perseverance. Had 2 difficult business cases brought to this firm after other respected attorneys took a jab. Took more time than I expected but appreciate all that they have done. They have a structured organization very much committed to client satisfaction. Fair warning, they are not cheap and, but for me, well worth it. n"

  2 years ago     Mark Jewel


"This Law firm has been very good to me! I was first introduced to them by a friend and brought an auto accident case and also discovered that they also handle business law. After finding this out, I asked them to consult me on a new business venture I had; I needed help with contracts, accounting, and management, and they definitely came through for me. Everything was successful! I currently have them on a retainer, which is affordable I must say. I will continue to use them in the future. Thank you KAASS LAW!!!"

  2 years ago     Jeff Payman


KAASS LAW Westwood
11111 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90025
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