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Law Firm Opens Office to Better Serve the Inland Empire

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 | 2415 | 0 | min read

The law firm of Gordon, Edelstein, Krepack, Grant, Felton and Goldstein, LLP (GEK) is proud to announce the opening of its newest office, which is located in Ontario to service Riverside and San Bernardino counties.

“We have spent more than 30 years protecting and enhancing the quality of life for members of our communities who have been injured on and off the job,” explains Workers’ Compensation Partner Steve Scardino. “By having an office in the Inland Empire, not only can we make it easier for our existing clients in the area to consult with us, but we also hope to more easily reach out to new clients who are in need of legal help.”

Scardino and attorney Alvaro Lizarraga will be heading the Ontario office, while also maintaining their practices in the firm’s Los Angeles office.

Branching out to various areas in the Southland is not new to GEK; the firm also has offices serving Camarillo, Ventura and Santa Barbara as well as Orange County.

“Because we have a deep understanding of how an injury can be a life-altering event not only for the person involved, but also for his or her family, we utilize all of our expertise and resources to fight for justice for the injured both on and off the job,” says Scardino.

GEK is known for working tirelessly to maintain and advance the legal rights of those the firm represents, including, but not limited to, retail clerks, peace officers, firefighters, teachers, warehouse workers, nurses and construction workers.

Our Ontario office is located at 3602 Inland Empire Blvd., Suite C-160, Ontario, CA 91764. Please call us at 909-752-3528 to make an appointment for a free, confidential consultation.

To learn more about GEK, please click here.

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