Friedmann Goldberg LLP has been giving free fire insurance consultation and advice to victims of the recent fires in Sonoma County. Everyone on our team was directly or indirectly affected by the fires. We may have as many as 200 clients who have lost their homes and most of their worldly possessions. We know that many people in our community are facing similar loss and devastation. Please know that we are here to help. If you, or anyone you know, has been victimized by the fires, Friedmann Goldberg is offering our services as a fire insurance attorney.

The Fire Insurance Attorney You Can Trust

In addition to fire insurance consultation, we will be offering free clinics to help people complete insurance claims and make further insurance decisions. You may need help in filing the insurance claim, figuring out what your coverage is, and fighting for your entitled settlement. A fire insurance attorney can help you through the business negotiation of your insurance claim. In an ideal world, you would be paid in full and would not need an attorney at all. However, you may need professional assistance from a fire insurance lawyer to make sure you get a fair settlement. That’s when the expertise Friedmann Goldberg offers is crucial. Our team is experienced in representing policyholders in insurance claims. We can walk you through each step of the process including counseling you on your next move, securing coverage, and, when necessary, suing insurance companies for coverage and insurance bad faith.

Friedmann Goldberg has served Sonoma County and the North Bay since 1999. Our boutique firm prides itself on offering quality professional service with flexibility and responsiveness. We are experts in insurance and fraud matters, and are here to help our neighbors, family, and friends. We will remain Sonoma Strong. Call (707) 543-4900 to schedule a free fire insurance consultation.

Team Members

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John Friedemann has more than 30 years experience representing banks and lending institutions.

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Christopher Haws is experienced in matters of tax litigation.

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Casey Edmondson is experienced in matters of business law, litigation, land use/real estate, and highly-regulated industries.

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