Barry P. Goldberg grew up in the Woodland Hills/Tarzana area and attended the University of California at Los Angeles, obtaining the degree of Bachelor of Arts, with a major in Political Science. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School Los Angeles in 1984 and was licensed to practice in California that same year. Mr. Goldberg was admitted to practice in all the courts in California, including all federal district courts and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Mr. Goldberg has successfully handled numerous trials, hundreds of arbitrations and mediations, and argued matters before the California Court of Appeal and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition, Mr. Goldberg has acted as a volunteer mediator and CRASH settlement officer for the Los Angeles Superior Courts.
He was recently completed an assignment to the Los Angeles Superior Court Civil Settlement Conference Panel and will volunteers about once per month as a Voluntary Settlement Conference Officer. Mr. Goldberg is a tenacious negotiator and brings this skill to the mediation context.
Since establishing his Woodland Hills personal injury practice, Mr. Goldberg has dedicated himself to personal injury litigation and trial work with a unique emphasis on insurance coverage. He has obtained millions of dollars for his injured clients from brain injury and spinal injuries to broken bones and whiplash.
After working for 17 years in a personal injury practice with his brother, Lawrence Goldberg, in Beverly Hills, Mr. Goldberg founded Barry P. Goldberg, A Professional Law Corporation in 2005.
That practice has been devoted to “fighting and winning” for the injured consumer and has garnered a reputation among defense counsel, insurance companies, and in professional circles as a “high end” personal injury firm that gets great results for its clients. Mr. Goldberg trademarked the phrase “The Injury Law Professionals,” which accurately characterizes his unique blend of expertise, client care and professional approach to injury law.
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