Are you looking for a business or banking attorney in Sacramento? Fortunately, you are in the right place. Friedmann Goldberg LLP is a boutique law firm of experienced and accomplished lawyers who can help you. We have several areas of practice, including:

Within our firm, we have practice groups surrounding certain aspects of law, such as our Trust and Estates practice group or Business and Banking practice group, so you can be sure that the lawyer your corporation is working with is an expert.

Northern California's Best Law Firm

Friedemann Goldberg is made up of some of the most successful trial practitioners in Northern California. Our attorneys are actively involved in the community, working with various non-profits throughout Northern California. They also have been acknowledged by many different organizations and publications for their skill and dedication. These recognitions include three Lawyer of the Year awards from Best Lawyers Magazine and more than thirty individual Super Lawyer awards.

That’s not the only reason to pick us as your attorney in Sacramento. In addition to experience and thorough knowledge of the law, our firm offers personalized service. We are able to provide top quality legal representation and professionalism that you would expect from a large firm, with the efficiency, responsiveness, and flexibility of a smaller association. With Friedemann Goldberg, you get the advantages of both.

There’s no need to frantically search for a competent and trustworthy attorney in Sacramento. The experienced and accomplished professionals at Friedemann Goldberg are on hand to help with your legal inquiry. Call (916) 573-6900 to schedule an appointment in our Sacramento office to discuss the details of your case. We look forward to speaking with you.

Team Members

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Kyle Fisher has large amounts of experience with a wide range of insurance matters.

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Marci Reichbach is a experienced in insurance matters relating to bad faith litigation, coverage analyses, and proofs of loss.

Recent Articles

Insurance reduces risk. If you suffer a loss because something happens to you or your business, “first person” insurance comes into play. Examples include homeowner’s insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, and an employee fidelity bond. If something happens to someone else and you face potential liability, “third person” insurance comes into play. This blog post and several more to follow focus on third person insurance.

In the last post on insurance, we talked about types of insurance. In this post, we dig into what you will see in your insurance policy itself.

The declarations page provides key information about your coverage.

Last time we reviewed the content of the declarations page. We pick up here with the coverage provisions of your liability policy. Next time, it’s coverage limitations and insurance company defenses.

An earlier post regarding insurance policies left off with insuring clauses. This last post in the series addresses the remaining key portions of your insurance policy and the defense of claims.