When you need an attorney in San Francisco, you have a plethora of options. There are plenty of lawyers, but how do you choose the one that is right for you? Friedmann Goldberg is a law firm focusing in:

  • Banking law
  • Bankruptcy & creditors’ rights
  • Business law
  • Cannabis law
  • Electronic discovery
  • Insurance law
  • Intellectual property
  • Litigation
  • Real property law
  • Sports & entertainment
  • Tax law
  • Trusts & estates

If your inquiry is within these fields, we have a lawyer that can help.

The Boutique Law Firm For You

Let us introduce you to our team. Friedemann Goldberg has 5 partners and 5 associates. Our firm is perfectly poised to offer the high quality professionalism you would receive from a large firm, with the attentiveness and flexibility you’d expect from a smaller operation. We have been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work in the Bay Area” for seven consecutive years by the North Bay Business Journal, and are grateful that in addition to being the best place to work, we have the best working here! Our law firm is proud of our recognitions: two Certified Specialists in Estate, Trust & Probate Law by the State Bar of California; three Lawyer of the Year awards by Best Lawyers Magazine; and more than thirty individual Super Lawyers awards. We have quite the team of accomplished attorneys! You can read the latest articles, on a variety of relevant legal topics, from our partners and associates here. For a qualified and experienced attorney in San Francisco, all you need to do is contact us.

Each lawyer in our firm has different specialties and experience, but each is passionate about the community and the law. Working with Friedemann Goldberg guarantees you work with a highly qualified and dedicated attorney in San Francisco. Our office is conveniently located not far from the Columbus/Broadway intersection and is easily accessible. We would be pleased to meet with you to discuss the details of your case and provide advice. Please call (415) 362-6598 to schedule a consultation.

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.