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Alex Feldman

Senior Attorney

Alex Feldman

Biography
Alex was first drawn to the legal profession so that he could protect the rights of society’s most vulnerable members. A career in Elder Law brought his mission to fruition, as the elderly are acutely susceptible to abuse and neglect.

Before joining Gharibian Law, APC, Alex worked as a senior attorney for a prominent civil litigation firm where he worked tirelessly on behalf of victims of elder abuse and neglect. Driven by his desire to defend one of the most vulnerable demographics in the United States, Alex has secured several seven figure settlements and over $20,000,000 on behalf of his clients since joining Gharibian Law, APC in 2019.

Alex’s extensive knowledge of elder abuse and nursing home law has resulted in two significant appellate decisions on behalf of nursing home residents:

Daniels v. Sunrise Senior Living, Inc., (2013) 212 Cal.App.4th 674, where the court held that a non-signatory wrongful death plaintiff was not bound by an arbitration agreement between the decedent and Defendant facility, when the wrongful death Claim is brought against a residential health care facility, a non-licensed healthcare provider.

Holley v. Silverado Senior Living Mgmt., (2020) 53 Cal.App.5th 197, where the court held that temporary conservators cannot bind a conservatee to arbitration agreement absent consent or lack-of-capacity ruling.

Juris Doctorate – Chapman University’s School of Law – 2011

Bachelor’s Degree – San Diego State Universit

State Bar of California, 2011

United States District Court, Central District of California, 2011

Daniels v. Sunrise Senior Living, Inc., (2013) 212 Cal.App.4th 674

Holley v. Silverado Senior Living Mgmt., (2020) 53 Cal.App.5th 197

Juris Doctorate – Chapman University’s School of Law – 2011 Bachelor’s Degree – San Diego State Universit

State Bar of California, 2011

United States District Court, Central District of California, 2011

Daniels v. Sunrise Senior Living, Inc., (2013) 212 Cal.App.4th 674

Holley v. Silverado Senior Living Mgmt., (2020) 53 Cal.App.5th 197