Haig specializes in professional and general liability matters, with an emphasis in representing healthcare providers
including physicians, nurses, skilled nursing facilities and residential care facilities, as well as acute care
hospitals against claims of medical negligence, personal injury, elder/dependent abuse and wrongful death. His other
practice areas include employment law as well as various general liability matters including premises liability,
motor-vehicle accidents, catastrophic injury and products liability. Mr. Arabian has also defended physicians and nurses
regarding investigations and accusations by the Medical Board and Nursing Board.
Haig received his law degree from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles where he served as Editor on the Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review and was a recipient of both the Dean’s Service Award and Bridge to Practice Fellowship. Prior to attending law school, Haig graduated with honors from the University of California at Berkeley. Haig is admitted to practice before all Courts in California including the United States District Court - Central District of California.