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”…
As a top personal injury law firm, the law office of Barry P. Goldberg in Woodland Hills receives many inquiries from victims who have been injured in an accident—often wondering who can be held liable. The responsibility of persons directly involved in the accident is often clear: of course, they can be held liable. What…
Attorney Barry P. Goldberg recently wrote a spooky article for the San Fernando Valley Bar Association’s monthly publication, the Valley Lawyer magazine. His article, A Scary Lesson: Terror in the Courtroom, discusses a 2015 California Court of Appeals decision that says haunted houses and other scare events can frighten you and your friends to the point of serious injury — and not be held liable for your injuries.
Barry knows that many of you will be heading out to haunted houses and fright festivals this Halloween season and provides some caution when doing so! Read the full article here.
Congratulations to attorney Barry P. Goldberg who, because of his “profound legal experience, solid reputation and demonstrated ethics” achieved the Lead Counsel Rating in Personal Injury Law – Plaintiff.
Congratulations to Barry P. Goldberg and Team BPG. For the second year in a row, Team BPG, led by Woodland Hills personal injury attorney Barry P. Goldberg, has been named as one of the Fastest Growing Law Firms in the country! With an almost 77% rate of growth over the last year (wow!), Barry attributes…
Attorney Barry P. Goldberg, a native of the San Fernando Valley, is running for the Secretary of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association (SFVBA), a local organization dedicated to serving the Valley’s legal community since 1926. Barry has sat on the Board of the Association for the last three years and is currently the Treasurer. After being voted in by his peers as Secretary, Barry intends “to carry on the fine work started by outgoing President Kira Masteller and the progressive vision of the incoming President, Alan Kassan”. Seeing firsthand “the importance of connecting great San Fernando Valley lawyers with deserving legal consumers”, Barry is looking forward to continuing to contribute his experience, expertise, and understanding of the local Valley community.
Attorney Barry P. Goldberg was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley, where he now practices personal injury law and helps victims of auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, slip and falls, dog bites, and more recover the financial compensation they deserve. Barry has always felt that his hometown city has given him so much, and offered a beautiful place to raise his family.
With that in mind, Barry is devoted to giving back to his community. You might recall Barry’s December Charity Donate-a-Thon, where he donated $1000 to four different local charities, picked by you, his fellow community-members!
San Fernando Valley, CA – Attorney Barry P. Goldberg and Team BPG are excited to announce the fourth and final recipient of their December Charity Donate-a-thon. The last recipient of $1000 for the month of December is:
San Fernando Valley, CA – Attorney Barry P. Goldberg and Team BPG are excited to announce the third recipient of their December Charity Donate-a-thon. This week’s recipient of $1000 is:
This wonderful organization is dedicated to providing “programs and services that meet the urgent and ongoing needs of grandparents and other relatives raising children at risk. We seek to positively impact that Third GenerationTM and the grandparents and adults who love and care for them, so caregivers and children alike can grow and thrive.”
San Fernando Valley, California – Attorney Barry P. Goldberg donated $1,000 on December 12, 2016 to the LA Family Housing (LAFH) – Christmas Gift Card Program as part of his law firm’s December Charity Donate-a-Thon.
Mr. Goldberg recently met the director at a Blanket the Homeless Program with the San Fernando Valley Bar Association, of which he is the Treasurer. The director shared that the LA Family Housing facility was “transitional” for 90 days and that the organization has been placing families in reasonably priced housing around the Valley after the 90 days. There are hundreds of local families that are scraping by to make rent and buy food, and Christmas gifts for children are at the bottom of the list. The LAFH is trying to get $20 gift cards to give to the parents for each child that is part of the placement, so the parents can provide a Christmas gift.