Ka'ren V. Ketendjian

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Practice Areas:

  • Civil Law, Contracts, Immigration 5%


Ka'ren V. Ketendjian, is an attorney at law who has practiced in the City and the County of Fresno for over 28 years. Mr. Ketendjian graduated from the State University of Languages and Social Sciences in Armenia and majored in Linguistics and English (ESL) at California State University in Fresno, earning there his Master's Degree. He earned his JD degree in Law at Fresno San Joaquin College of Law. After working for a large firm in town, Mr. Ketendjian created a partnership with Mr. Hal P. Farley and practiced law at the law offices of Farley and Ketendjian through 2006. Thereafter, Mr. Farley opened his own office in Santa Maria, California, while still associating himself with Farley and Ketendjian of Fresno. Currently in association Mr. Ketendjian, Mr. Farley is successfully representing the injured workers of the Counties of Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo of California, while Mr. Ketendjian primarily practices worker's compensation out of the County of Fresno. Mr. Ketendjian's experience lies in the field of Workers' Compensation. His approach is very personal and client oriented. Results will follow quickly, and each case will be reviewed and processed on its merits.

People with issues of injury at work and workers' compensation, disability payments, disability levels, ratings and percentages, settlements, medical care and medical providers and primary doctors, job training, safety violations and discrimination, and relatives in death cases may apply for help and assistance. Mr. Ketendjian also has cases in other areas of law, such as civil, personal injury and immigration.

The firm provides services in numerous languages including Spanish and Armenian.

The initial consultation is always free, and if there is no recovery, there is no fee.

"We win your case with you."

Current Employment Position

  • Associate Partner


  • San Joaquin College of Law, Fresno, California


  • English
  • Spanish
  • Armenian
  • Russian

Bar Admissions

  • California, 1992