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Alex Behar

Alex Behar

Alex Behar is a trial lawyer at Panish Shea & Boyle LLP, specializing in automobile accident, product liability, and wrongful death cases in Los Angeles, Orange County, and across Southern California. He has extensive experience with back and spinal cord injuries. Alex prioritizes his relationship with his clients, getting to know them on a personal level and ensuring good communication throughout the course of their case and beyond.

Alex provides unique insight on the litigation process, having started his career as a defense attorney. Alex has represented the interests of the nation’s largest insurance carriers and understands how they value claims, interpret policies, and litigate actions. Alex also has represented Fortune 500 Companies including the U.S. Bank and the Bank of New York Mellon in both state and federal actions.

Prior to entering the civil practice, Alex clerked at both the Los Angeles and Ventura County District Attorney’s Offices. He graduated from UCLA with a degree in Political Science. At UCLA, he was a JusticeCorps volunteer, assisting low income litigates with divorce and custody proceedings at the Los Angeles Superior Court. Alex is a graduate of Loyola Law School, where he was a member of the Hobbs Trial Advocacy Program.

Alex became a member of the State Bar of California in 2010. He is an active member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles. Alex regularly volunteers his time to various pro-bono legal programs.

Articles by Alex Behar:

Curbing Improper Use of the Fifth Amendment

  • Advocate – How to Keep Your Civil Case Moving Forward in the Face of Speculative Stays and Blanket Refusals

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