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Lusine V. Coppock

Lusine is managing attorney for one of the personal injury litigation teams at PARRIS.

Lusine specializes in medical malpractice as well as personal injury cases, including those involving auto collisions, slip and fall incidents, and traumatic injuries. Having immigrated to the U.S. from Armenia as a teen, Lusine spent her adolescence serving as a translator and advocate for her family as they navigated life in a foreign country. This experience deeply influences her present-day commitment to guiding clients through the complexities of the legal system, and helping them obtain the best results possible.

Since joining the firm’s personal injury practice in 2020, Lusine has recovered more than $20 million in verdicts and settlements for injured parties. Among these are a $1.7 million wrongful death settlement for a patient who was misdiagnosed with COVID-19; and a $3.5 million settlement for a client who suffered a stroke that was misdiagnosed as a drug overdose, ensuring client’s access to funds to pay for his medical care.

Prior to her personal injury practice, Lusine specialized in environmental mass torts at PARRIS and was part of the litigation team that obtained a $1.8 billion settlement from SoCalGas and Sempra Energy following the 2015 Aliso Canyon gas well blowout. Lusine was one of the attorneys who represented thousands of impacted families living near Porter Ranch, in one of the largest mass tort settlements in United States’ history. Throughout her time at PARRIS, Lusine has obtained over $55,000 in sanctions from opposing parties for discovery abuse.

Lusine was named an American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) fellow in 2017. The same year, she was a fellow for Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Stephen M. Moloney.

Lusine was a pro-bono attorney volunteer for the Los Angeles chapter of Christian Legal Aid, from 2018 – 2020. She frequently mentors Lancaster YMCA’s Youth and Government program. Since 2018, she has also served as a judge scorer at the Antelope Valley School District’s mock trial competition.

She is fluent in Armenian and Russian.

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