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Souren A. Israelyan

“My heroes are my clients, who against all odds, persevere and believe in the justice and civil society, and the juries who restore balance in the society.”

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“In our times, the attacks on human values have assumed new dimensions,” says Mr. Israelyan. He represents people, who were victims of negligent conduct, against rich and powerful interests. “My heroes are my clients, who against all odds, persevere and believe in the justice and civil society, and the juries who restore balance in the society.”

Mr. Israelyan has obtained multiple verdicts that have been listed in the Top New York Verdicts by American Legal Media, is a life member of Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and holds leadership positions in several bar associations.

“Every day we see victim bashing by rich and powerful interests and their servants, we see victims of negligence being blamed for the injuries caused by the negligent parties, we see all kinds of manufactured ‘defenses’ generated to assist negligent parties to avoid accountability and carry on doing business at the expense of people’s safety, health and lives. This is the environment within which personal injury attorneys labor to bring justice for individual victims of negligent conduct.”

Mr. Israelyan regularly tries cases to verdicts, writes his own appeals, and is intimately involved in every aspect of each case he undertakes, from the beginning to the end. The stories of his clients is what drives him to relentlessly seek justice on their behalf.

Every case is different, but each case tackles the issue of the true values what makes us human. “The age old fight between humanity and inhumanity is still carried on every day in our courts. This is the fight that our generation cannot afford to lose.”

Law Office of Souren A. Israelyan
39 Broadway, Suite 950, New York, New York 10006
PH: 646.459.7556 | FX: 888.217.1948 | Email: info@israelyanlaw.com


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