Woodlands Hills Car Accident Attorney Articles

Barry P. Goldberg Quoted Extensively in SFVBJ “Will LegalZoom Grow Post IPO?”

Woodland hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg was interviewed by the San Fernando Business Journal regarding the giant story about the Glendale located LegalZoom’s IPO and subsequent $7.3 billion valuation. Although the IPO and valuation is a big story in and of itself. Barry P. Goldberg asked if the colossal strength of this “para-legal”…

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Mastering Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Arbitrations

Mastering Uninsured and Underinsured Motorist Arbitrations Initiating arbitration, conducting discovery, obtaining an enforceable award, and recovering allowable costs in UM/UIM arbitrations. Uninsured and underinsured motorist arbitrations should be relatively straightforward and self-executing. However, they are not. The California Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Law, Insurance Code section 11580.2, set out to provide a prompt and relatively inexpensive resolution…

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Lawyers can be Heroes!

Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg is trying to fight the negative lawyer stereotypes by attempting to live up to high ideals.  By being active in the San Fernando Valley Bar Association as an elected trustee and performing with the Los Angeles Lawyers Philharmonic and Big Band of Barristers, Mr. Goldberg meets several…

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Why Can’t I Get My Traffic Collision Report?

Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer Barry P. Goldberg gets this question all the time.  In fact, sometimes the failure to obtain a police traffic collision report is the motivating reason why accident victims decide to contact a personal injury lawyer in the first place.  Because the traffic collision reports are more than just information, this…

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Should California provide driver’s licenses regardless of immigration status?

A Public Safety and Uninsured-Motorist Coverage Perspective Published in the Advocate 2013 Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg believes California has a growing problem with record numbers of unlicensed, and therefore uninsured, drivers on the road. Undocumented immigrants drive every day and present a deadly risk to California motorists because they cannot get…

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